Malcolm Galloway | Transitions

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Transitions

by Malcolm Galloway

Transitions is the fifth contemporary classical/minimalist album by Malcolm Galloway, singer/multi-instrumentalist and composer of award winning progressive rock band Hats Off Gentlemen It's Adequate
Genre: Classical: Minimalism
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1. Pattern Jugglers
7:40 $0.99
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2. Slow
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3. Transition
32:40 album only
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Transitions is the fifth contemporary classical/minimalist album by Malcolm Galloway, singer/multi-instrumentalist and composer of award winning progressive rock band Hats Off Gentlemen It's Adequate.

The album consists of two bubbly minimalist pieces, filled with joyfully intricate interlocking and interacting patterns. Sandwiched between these is a slow, contemplative atonal contemporary classical piece with a peaceful resolution.

Recommended for fans of Steve Reich, Philip Glass, Mike Oldfield, Tangerine Dream.


"A couple of words to describe MINIMALIST PERFECTION. When I close my eyes images of Milla jovovich spring to mind along with Blade runner, fifth element and other Sci fi movies. The songs are a joy to listen to. Thanks for creating another masterpiece" Jason Maddock (host/producer of Revolutionary Radio Show, Phonic.FM)

"I love the Oldfield vibe and the way those driving ostinatos create an almost hypnotic sense of the music driving forward and floating AT THE SAME TIME. Bravo!" Julian Haylock, classical music critic, former editor of CD Review and International Piano Quarterly, and author of acclaimed books on Mahler, Puccini and Rachmaninov.

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