Mat:-) ! It was Londubh and yourself who started the Coleman clips going. I have his book of Rumi translations but had never seen or heard him before this week. I love this place.
Here's another Rumi I really like, Say I Am You. I am never sure whether I like text superimposed on a randomish collection of images, but reading it on this does pace it very nicely. Be sure to follow the instruction at the end..: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqVBGv2hpQ4
Kush wrote:Rudresh Mahanthappa
Kush - I wonder if I can pick your brain (again) - I have a 26 min piece by Kadri Gopalnath that crops up on the iTunes every now and then - Ragam Thanam Pallavi. Also, Convergence by Rudresh Mahanthappa, from his Kinsmen album, where he is having a most delicious and intricate musical conversation with Kadri G. I think these two saxophone pieces are Exquisite, and I seek similar wonders. But I looked up Rudresh this morning, and find he is no longer working with Kadri, and that his latest album sounds a bit muzaky, from a brief listen to some samples. Any advice?