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7 thoughts on “ Aloha, Part 2 - Rachel Flowers - Listen

  • Nerisar
    01.11.2019 at 06:54
    Apr 27,  · Rachel Flowers performing the Frank Zappa song "Montana" with Dweezil Zappa and the Zappa Plays Zappa Band. 25 April at Brooklyn Bowl Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada Category Music. Reply
  • Karamar
    02.11.2019 at 09:06
    Composer and multi-instrumentalist Rachel Flowers began her musical life at two years old when her mother showed her how to play Twinkle Twinkle Little Star on the family piano. Twenty years later, her life continues to be consumed by music. Rachel gained her first notoriety for her YouTube interpretations of the music of Emerson, Lake and Palmer. Reply
  • Kabar
    06.11.2019 at 14:06
    Nov 25,  · Rachel Flowers is very excited to tell you that her first album, Listen, is now available! Is it jazz? Is it classical? Is it rock? Yes! Continuing in the tradition of her idols Keith Emerson and Frank Zappa, Rachel creates music that defies the boundaries of categorization. Reply
  • Zulkilar
    31.10.2019 at 23:35
    “Dawn Points” and “Memories of You” literally sound as if they could be part of a movie score for a feature film, while “Goes to Eleven” and “Aloha Part 2” would fit on the main stage at any major jazz festival. There are also more instruments happening than you can name, all of which are played by Flowers. Reply
  • Dujora
    04.11.2019 at 06:12
    Listen free to Rachel Flowers – Listen (Greg's Favorite, Dawn Points and more). 8 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at conjunngrinradthunderfire.infoinfo Reply
  • Mezisida
    04.11.2019 at 16:23
    Aloha, Part 2 by Rachel Flowers, released 25 November Reply
  • Zolor
    05.11.2019 at 06:05
    Listen by Rachel Flowers, released 25 November 1. Greg's Favorite 2. Dawn Points 3. Run For Miles 4. Memories of You 5. Goes To Eleven 6. Aloha, Part 1 7. Aloha, Part 2 8. Conversations Eclectic music that defies categorization, influenced by Claude Debussy, Jaco Pastorius, Herbie Hancock, Miles Davis, Esperanza Spalding, George Cables, and Taylor Eigsti. Reply

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