Rhythms of Paradise

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All Music Guide - Jim Brenholts
Rhythms of Paradise is a deeply moving CD by Daniel Paul with Dean Evenson. The focal point of the disc is Paul's tabla drum set. These ancient drums create "lyrical rhythms" that become the melodies of the compositions. Paul created 12 pieces on the tabla tarong -- "the harp of drums." He then transcribed them to be performed on dotar, sarod, and tabla -- all from India -- accompanied by Celtic harp, hammered dulcimer, African drums, flute, violin, and keyboards. Guest performers are Bruce BecVar, Lorelei, Evenson, Jai Uttal, Steve Kindler, Raphael, Michael Pluznick, and Glenno Falkenberg. The music is vibrant and full. Paul's sound design incorporates worldbeat and new ...
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All Music Guide - Jim Brenholts
Rhythms of Paradise is a deeply moving CD by Daniel Paul with Dean Evenson. The focal point of the disc is Paul's tabla drum set. These ancient drums create "lyrical rhythms" that become the melodies of the compositions. Paul created 12 pieces on the tabla tarong -- "the harp of drums." He then transcribed them to be performed on dotar, sarod, and tabla -- all from India -- accompanied by Celtic harp, hammered dulcimer, African drums, flute, violin, and keyboards. Guest performers are Bruce BecVar, Lorelei, Evenson, Jai Uttal, Steve Kindler, Raphael, Michael Pluznick, and Glenno Falkenberg. The music is vibrant and full. Paul's sound design incorporates worldbeat and new age sensitivities. The atmospheres drift along the soundscapes. Deep listeners will feel the warmth of the gentle sound worlds as the music caresses and guides. This CD will appeal to fans of Al Gromer Khan, Anugama, Tom Barabas, and Jonathan Goldman.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/6/1996
  • Label: Soundings Of Planet
  • UPC: 096507716520
  • Catalog Number: 7165

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Daniel Paul Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Gong, Keyboards, Tabla, Tambourine, Tamboura, Bells, Timpani, Bayan
Steve Kindler Violin
Michael Pluznick Bongos, Conga, Djun-Djun, Djembe, Shaker
Bruce BecVar Guitar
Dean Evenson Flute
Don Lax Violin
Paul Marchetti Cymbals, Drums
Solomon Conch Shell, Bird Calls
Jai Uttal Harmonium, Dotar, Gubgubbi, Kartals
John Zangrando Flute, Soprano Saxophone
Donny James Regalmuto Keyboards
Lorellei Vocals
Glenn Falkenberg Harp, Hammered Dulcimer
Tanmayo Shaker, Doumbek
Nicholas Kern Bongos, Conga, Claves, Cabasa
Kohala Doumbek
Lehua Altemus Doumbek
Don Lopez Bass
Technical Credits
Bruce BecVar Composer
Dean Evenson Producer, Executive Producer
Dudley Evenson Producer, Executive Producer, Art Direction
Daniel Paul Producer
Jai Uttal Contributor
Donny James Regalmuto Engineer
Joel Lindheimer Engineer
Bob Paltrow Graphic Design, Imaging
Phil Heaven Engineer
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