9 thoughts on “ Screaming Head - Jordan Rudess - Explorations (CD, Album)

  • Mar 01,  · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Explorations - Jordan Rudess on AllMusic -
  • Explorations for Keyboards and Orchestra - First Movement (loading lyrics) 2. Explorations for Keyboards and Orchestra - Second Movement (loading lyrics) 3. Explorations for Keyboards and Orchestra - Third Movement (loading lyrics) 4. Screaming Head (loading lyrics) 5. Shouri Now
  • Jordan Rudess is God of Keyboards, there’s no doubting that. Rhythm of Time was released a good 2 years back, sometime in I was somehow never able to get hold of the album. Recently, a friend picked up the album from the US, and got it over last week. I’ve been unable to stop listening to the album .
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  • Explorations by jordan rudess, released 01 March 1. 01 - Explorations for K&O 1st Mvt 2. 02 - Explorations for K&O 2nd Mvt 3. 03 - Explorations for K&O 3rd Mvt 4. 04 - Screaming Head 5. 05 - Shouri Now 6. 06 - The Untouchable Truth 7. 07 - Over the Edge 8. 08 - A Pledge to You Explorations for Keyboard and Orchestra - The story begins back in the s at the Juilliard School of Music.
  • Mar 01,  · Notes on a Dream is an album by Jordan Rudess. It was released on June 2, The majority of this album contains classical piano renditions of Dream Theater songs. Rudess's arrangements include many sections that were not in the original songs, especially solos. Tracks 3, 7, and 11 are original pieces/5(14).
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Explorations on Discogs. Label: Not On Label (Jordan Rudess Self-Released) - none • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Classical • Style: Neo-Classical/5(3).
  • In this album, Rudess covers all musical aspects that he has come to be known for, from the heavy progressive melodies in Explorations and Screaming Head, to lilting piano solos that are greatly enhanced by background strings. I was also thoroughly pleased by the use of odd time signatures in the orchestral pieces/5(12).

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