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God Is a Drummer

Trilok Gurtu

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1.1
Josef Erich
Trilok Gurtu
5:40
1.2
Connect
Trilok Gurtu
0:18
1.3
Obrigado
Trilok Gurtu
6:40
1.4
Connecting
Trilok Gurtu
0:40
1.5
Holy Mess
Trilok Gurtu
6:18
1.6
Still Connecting
Trilok Gurtu
0:25
1.7
Madre
Trilok Gurtu
6:50
1.8
Connected
Trilok Gurtu
0:56
1.9
Samadhan
Trilok Gurtu
7:03
1.10
Indranella
Trilok Gurtu
2:45
1.11
Try This
Trilok Gurtu
4:39
Total Playing Time    42:14
"[God Is a Drummer] combines the playing style that made him so well known in the jazz world with a modern and progressive compositional approach." - Jazz Journal Celebrated Indian drummer, percussionist, and composer/arranger Trilok Gurtu releases his 20th album God Is a Drummer. “Without the drummer, nothing will move. And without movement, the world will stop. The Earth rotates, which is movement. The waves in the ocean, the leaves falling from trees, people talking to each other -- it's all movement, it's rhythm, it's energy. So, with every movement, I say, god is a drummer." - Trilok Gurtu
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