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Yimba Rudo

by Yimba Rudo

“Yimba Rudo” unfolds like a story, narrated by 3 experienced musical raconteurs: Kevin Norton, Jim Pugliese and Steve LaSpina have collectively performed with Anthony Braxton, John Zorn, Jim Hall, Chet Baker, Joëlle Léandre, Marc Ribot and Philip Glass.
Genre: Jazz: Progressive Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Reconcile the Classical View
5:23 album only
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2. Toronto
4:51 album only
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3. Moonstruck
6:33 album only
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4. Winter Retreat
2:33 album only
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5. Over and Inside the Rainbow
3:00 album only
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6. The Faustian Bargain
3:27 album only
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7. Treace
4:43 album only
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8. Morph
4:19 album only
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9. Tearing Down Walls
3:46 album only
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10. Sacrifice Zone (Ahead) [For Chris Hedges]
3:11 album only
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11. Polar Oscillation
5:46 album only
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12. I Dig Facts, Man
4:52 album only
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13. Walking the Dogma
4:40 album only
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“Yimba Rudo” unfolds like a story, narrated by 3 experienced musical raconteurs: Kevin Norton, Jim Pugliese and Steve LaSpina have collectively performed with Anthony Braxton, John Zorn, Jim Hall, Chet Baker, Joëlle Léandre, Marc Ribot and Philip Glass. Meaningful melodies, original forms and a unique take on jazz/new music improvisation guides the listener on this movie for the ears.
Kevin Norton: vibraphone & percussion
Jim Pugliese: drums & percussion
Steve LaSpina: bass

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