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Sound Of A Flower by Majid Khaliq

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Album Title: Sound Of A Flower
Majid Khaliq (BMI)
Released: 2018
Duration: 58:34

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Fiona's Comments

On the wavelength of tears, here's an all night show; melancholic glitter to dust off faces for sun welcoming. Shimmering with Saudade, Tango, Celtic, Erhu and Gypsy vibrations, 'The Sound Of A Flower' is mesmeric and beautiful.

About the Album

Ma*JiD's music is defined by its angelic string sounds, aboriginal electric bass grooves, lush harmonic textures layered with a combination of acoustic/electric sounds and its heavy hip-hop influenced drums. The album itself is music that chronicles the development of jazz music from a New Orleans juke joint, a highly technical musical view of a modern city, a gospel bound violin with orchestra in a great hall and a socially conscience street anthem with the trap music swag to match.

Song Listing

Bundao; Chance; Black Star; Thoughts Linger; Forever More; Visage; Up & In; All Sun; Be What You Want; Sound Of A Flower.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Majid Khaliq: composer, violin, baritone violin, voice, bandleader; Charles Porter: trumpet; Willerm Delisfort: piano; Conun Papas, Andrew Freedman: aux keys; Rafal Sarnecki: guitar; Ameen Saleem: acoustic bass; Alex "Busby" Smith: elec bass; McClenty Hunter, Darrell Green: drums; Khalil Kwame Bell: percussion; Sfumato Symphony: Curtis Stewart, HyunJa Ji, Chelsea Winter: violins; Dale Stuckenbruck, Leonor Falcon Pasquali: violas; Loren Dempster, Brandee Younger: cello; :harp....

Date featured

April 20, 2018

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