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Adam Rudolph / Moving Pictures / Go: Organic Orchestra

Adam Rudolph / Moving Pictures / Go: Organic Orchestra
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Adam Rudolph (born September 12, 1955) is a jazz composer and percussionist performing in the post-bop and world fusion media, probably most notable to date for his work with Yusef Lateef. Rudolph has released several albums as leader (with ensembles known as Moving Pictures and Go: Organic Orchestra) and has also recorded with such musicians as Sam Rivers, Omar Sosa, Wadada Leo Smith, Pharoah Sanders, Bill Laswell, Herbie Hancock, Foday Musa Suso, Shadowfax, and Massimo Laguardia.
Photo by Richard Conde
Website
http://www.metarecords.com/adam.html
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Releases on file (28)
Dave Liebman / Tatsuya Nakatani / Adam Rudolph — The Unknowable Dave Liebman / Tatsuya Nakatani / Adam Rudolph — The Unknowable
(RareNoise RNR, 2018, CD)
Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures — Glare of the Tiger Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures — Glare of the Tiger
(META 020, 2017, CD)
Adam Rudolph — Morphic Resonances Adam Rudolph — Morphic Resonances
(META 021, 2017, CD)
Wadada Leo Smith — Najwa Wadada Leo Smith — Najwa
(TUM Records 049, 2017, CD)
Masahiro Shimba / Bill Laswell — Dubopera Masahiro Shimba / Bill Laswell — Dubopera
(M.O.D. Technologies , 2015, DL)
Hu Vibrational — The Epic Botanical Beat Suite Hu Vibrational — The Epic Botanical Beat Suite
(M.O.D. Technologies META019, 2015, CD)
Adam Rudolph / Go: Organic Guitar Orchestra — Turning towards the Light Adam Rudolph / Go: Organic Guitar Orchestra — Turning towards the Light
(Cuneiform Rune 406, 2015, CD)
Adam Rudolph / Go: Organic Orchestra — Sonic Mandala Adam Rudolph / Go: Organic Orchestra — Sonic Mandala
(META 017, 2013, CD)
Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures with Organic Orchestra Strings — Both / And Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures with Organic Orchestra Strings — Both / And
(META013, 2011, CD)
Bob Belden — Miles Español: New Sketches of Spain Bob Belden — Miles Español: New Sketches of Spain
(Entertainment One EOM-CD-210, 2011, 2CD)
Yusef Lateef / Adam Rudolph — Towards  the Unknown Yusef Lateef / Adam Rudolph — Towards the Unknown
(Meta 011, 2010, CD)
Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures — Dream Garden Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures — Dream Garden
(Justin Time JTR 8537-2, 2008, CD)
Adam Rudolph / Go: Organic Orchestra — Thought Forms Adam Rudolph / Go: Organic Orchestra — Thought Forms
(Ruby Red RR18, 2008, CD)
Adam Rudolph / Go: Organic Orchestra — 1 Adam Rudolph / Go: Organic Orchestra — 1
(META 006, 2002, CD)
Adam Rudolph / Go: Organic Orchestra — Web of Light Adam Rudolph / Go: Organic Orchestra — Web of Light
(META 007, 2002, CD)
Yusef Lateef & Adam Rudolph — Beyond the Sky Yusef Lateef & Adam Rudolph — Beyond the Sky
(Meta 005, 2000, CD)
Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures — 12 Arrows Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures — 12 Arrows
(META 003, 1999, CD)
Yusef Lateef & Adam Rudolph — The World at Peace - Music for 12 Musicians Yusef Lateef & Adam Rudolph — The World at Peace - Music for 12 Musicians
(Meta 753, 1997, 2CD)
Adam Rudolph — The Dreamer Adam Rudolph — The Dreamer
(META, 1995, CD)
Jon Hassell & Bluescreen — Dressing for Pleasure Jon Hassell & Bluescreen — Dressing for Pleasure
(Warner Bros 9 45523-2, 1994, CD)
Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures — Skyway Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures — Skyway
(Soul Note 121269-2, 1994, CD)
Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures — Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures — Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures
(Flying Fish FF70612, 1992, CD)
Jon Hassell — City: Works of Fiction Jon Hassell — City: Works of Fiction
(Opal 7599-26153-2, 1990, CD)
Shadowfax — The Dreams of Children Shadowfax — The Dreams of Children
(Windham Hill WD-1038, 1984/1989, CD)
Mandingo Featuring Foday Musa Suso & Herbie Hancock — Watto Sitta Mandingo Featuring Foday Musa Suso & Herbie Hancock — Watto Sitta
(Celluloid CEL 6103, 1984/1987, CD)
Shadowfax — Shadowdance Shadowfax — Shadowdance
(Windham Hill WD-1029, 1983/2011, CD)
Mandingo Griot Society — Mighty Rhythm Mandingo Griot Society — Mighty Rhythm
(Flying Fish FF 269, 1980, LP)
Mandingo Griot Society — Mandingo Griot Society Mandingo Griot Society — Mandingo Griot Society
(Flying Fish FF70076, 1978/1992, CD)

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