Adam Rudolph Podcast 273

Adam Rudolph will be joining host David Ellenbogen on WKCR 89. FM-NY  from noon-3pm on Tuesday July 24.  This is in anticipation of the Go:Organic Orchestra’s collaboration with the Brooklyn Raga Massive this Friday July 27th 2017. http://rma.cm/2nq

You can listen live to the stream here,  and check out their 2011 chat and an exclusive live performance from Adam Rudoph’s Moving Pictures in the podcast above.

Adam Rudolph, “a pioneer in world music” (New York Times) and a “master percussionist” (Musician), has a creative, forward-thinking vision. He is inspired by his work with countless legends of music including Yusef Lateef, Pharoah Sanders, Philip Glass, L. Shankar, and Zakir Hussain. His collaboration with Brooklyn Raga Massive, known as “leaders of the Raga Renaissance” (New Yorker), promises to open new avenues of sonic exploration.

 

T live performance featured here is from Moving Pictures at the Painted Bride in 2010 and has an astounding lineup.

Adam Rudolph – handrumset (kongos, djembe, tarija, zabumba) thumb piano, bata (itotele), mouth bow, percussion

Ralph M. Jones – hulusi, bass clarinet, alto and c germanic flutes, soprano and tenor saxophones, bamboo trumpet, bamboo flutes

Joseph Bowie – trombone, organic/electronics, vocal, harmonica, congas, bamboo trumpet, percussion

Graham Haynes – cornet, flugelhorn, bamboo trumpet, percussion

Brahim Fribgane – oud, cajon, bendir, tarija, percussion

Kenny Wessel – electric and acoustic guitars, banjo

Jerome Harris – acoustic bass guitar, slide guitar, vocal

Matt Kilmer – frame drums, kanjira, bata (okonkolo), percussion

 

Kiran Ahluwalia’s 7 Billion – Podcast 266


We hang with the great Kiran Ahluwalia and she shares selections from her new album 7 Billion. Originaly broadcast live on WKCR 89.9 FM-NY.

Kiran Ahluwalia is a modern exponent of the great vocal traditions of India and Pakistan which she honors intensely yet departs from in masterful, personal ways. Her original compositions embody the essence of Indian music while embracing influences from Mali and Western blues, rock, R & B and nuances of jazz. With her 5-piece group of electric guitar, accordion, organ, tabla and drum kit, Ahluwalia creates boundary-breaking songs that invite us to explore the human condition, transcending the self by losing ourselves in a trance of groove and melody.