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Album: Road Movies

Artist: John Novacek, Leila Josefowicz, Nicolas Hodges & Rolf Hind

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • Copyright: ℗ 2005 Warner Stategic Marketing

Tracklist For Road Movies By Artist John Novacek, Leila Josefowicz, Nicolas Hodges & Rolf Hind

Title Artist Time
Road Movies: I. Relaxed Groove John Novacek & Leila Josefowicz 4:54 USD 1.29
Road Movies II. Meditative John Novacek & Leila Josefowicz 5:38 USD 1.29
Road Movies III. 40% Swing John Novacek & Leila Josefowicz 5:00 USD 1.29
Hallelujah Junction: I. 1st Mo Nicolas Hodges & Rolf Hind 7:09 USD 1.29
Hallelujah Junction: II. 2nd M Nicolas Hodges & Rolf Hind 2:35 USD 1.29
Hallelujah Junction: III. 3rd Nicolas Hodges & Rolf Hind 6:44 USD 1.29
China Gates Nicolas Hodges 4:34 USD 1.29
American Berserk Nicolas Hodges 6:08 USD 1.29
Phrygian Gates: I. Part 1 Rolf Hind 14:22 USD Album Only
Phrygian Gates: II. Part 2 (A Rolf Hind 3:24 USD 1.29
Phrygian Gates: III. Part 3 Rolf Hind 7:28 USD 1.29

Reviews For Road Movies By Artist John Novacek, Leila Josefowicz, Nicolas Hodges & Rolf Hind

  • Minimalism at its best.

    By Ocean&Sky&Land
    This is a fine transcendental album about different philosphies, such as water, or sound waves, as manifest within his Hallelujah Junction, a plentiful piece for two pianos. In his China Gates, Adams takes us to a different emotion to describe his piece in recurring yet absolutely engaging notes and patterns. His music is a lot like math; some can be solve by a simple equation, but the rest-the rest is left to the dark mysterious profundity of unsolved answers.

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