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release from the first ever classical musician to be signed to Warner Brothers Records. Rhodes has forged a career through a resolutely unconventional. Bullets & Lullabies by James Rhodes () - Music. James Rhodes's first release since signing with Warner Classics and Jazz encompasses two distinct and relatively brief recitals made up of short pieces and.
25 Dec With a TV series on Sky Arts, a recent BBC4 Chopin documentary and a high- profile social networking identity, pianist James Rhodes is forging. 13 Dec Find a James Rhodes (4) - Bullets & Lullabies first pressing or reissue. Complete your James Rhodes (4) collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. 13 Dec Bullets & Lullabies is a two-CD album that allows you to pick the disc to suit your mood. Disc one features fast and furious "Bullets", whilst the.
Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Bullets & Lullabies - James Rhodes on AllMusic - This one almost killed me. Some stupidly difficult virtuoso pieces with the counterpoint of more mellow lullabies alongside them. This album was more like a DJ. Bullets and Lullabies CD1 Maurice RAVEL () Toccata, from Le tombeau de Couperin  Moritz MOSZKOWSKI () Etude in F, Op 72 No 6. 10 Dec British pianist James Rhodes has gained considerable renown, not only because of his unorthodox programming ideas combined with. Bullets & Lullabies by James Rhodes. Reviewed by Kate Rockstrom, Readings Carlton. 29 Sep I've been hearing a lot of this name recently, James.
Readings — independent Australian retailers and online merchants of fine books , music and film. James Rhodes – Bullets & Lullabies. By reb_dj. 14 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Ravel: Le Tombeau de Couperin: VI ToccataMaurice Ravel, James Rhodes. 16 Jan Album: James Rhodes, Bullets and Lullabies (Warner). Reviewed by Anna Picard; Sunday 16 January GMT. 7 Jan The Bullets are fast, tricky pieces that Rhodes likens to triple-espresso shots, such as Ravel's Toccata from Le tombeau de Couperin, upon.