All Roads Are Made Of The Flesh

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All Roads Are Made Of The Flesh 45:42 $11.98
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1 Buddy Bolden's Blues (live) 9:51 44.1/16 Album only
2 ...At The Same Time As The Subway Train Was Pulling Out Of The Station... (live) 5:24 $1.49 Buy
3 The First And Last To Love Me (4, December) 10:32 44.1/16 Album only
4 The September Dawn Shows Itself To Elizabeth And Her Lover On East18th Street In Manhattan 7:41 44.1/16 Album only
5 The Same Dawn, At Almost The Exact Same Moment, Actually Smiles AtDon In Passaic 5:09 $1.49 Buy
6 Within An Hour, In New Orleans, Charles Knows The Light's In The Room Without Even Opening His Eyes 1:02 $1.49 Buy
7 The First And Last To Love Me (2, October) 6:03 $1.49 Buy

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KIP HANRAHAN, JACK BRUCE, DON PULLEN, CHARLES NEVILLE, CARMEN LUNDY, ALLEN TOUSSAINT, LEO NOCENTELLI, ALFREDO TRIFF, ROBBIE AMEEN, JT LEWIS, GEORGE ADAMS, MILTON CARDONA, ANTHONY CARRILLO, CHOCOLATE ARMENTEROS, DINO SALUZZI, RENAUD GARCIA-FONS, MICHAEL REISLER, WOLFGANG PUCHNIK, ANDY GONZALEZ, GIOVANNI HIDALGO, JERRY GONZALEZ, ELYSEE PYRONNEAU, STEVE SWALLOW

Buddy Bolden's Blues; ...and at the same time, as the subway train was leaving thebstation...; The First and Last to Love Me (4, December); the September dawn shows itself to elizabeth and her lover on east 18th street in manhattan; the same dawn, at almost the exact same moment, actually smiles at don in pasiac; within an hour, in new orleans, charles knows the light's in the room without even opening his eyes; The First and Last to Love Me (2, October)

recorded 1982 - 1994
released June 1995
AMCL 1029

Reviews
With it's subtle evocations of the sexual melodrama of ---go, subdued guaguanco rhythms, wisps of Haitian compas and passages of improvisational flair merging together (so that organist Don Pullen's off-kilter keyboard runs heighten the pulse of the 3/2 clave used throughout), Hanrahan's new album All Roads are Made of the Flesh is greater than the sum of its parts.... Where much of the new global fusion is rhythm as an intellectual exercise, the rhythms of Hanrahan's music evoke the many textures of desire and sensuality... - Peter Shapiro, Wire (London)