Paradigm - Melodies for Uncertain Robots mp3 downloadPerformer: Paradigm
Title: Melodies for Uncertain Robots
Released: March 11, 2008
Size MP3 version: 1892 mb
Size FLAC version: 1776 mb
Size WMA version: 1721 mb
Format: AC3 AHX MOD DXD MPC MP3
Genre: Pop Rock
Paradigm - Melodies for Uncertain Robots mp3 download
Album · 2007 · 11 Songs.
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Paradigm's second album roams the free range of progressive jazz-rock fusion to harvest, thresh and bale every kaleidoscopic color and sound. It also clearly reflects the disparate makeup of this electric quintet with the band members hailing from Maine, New York, New Jersey, Kentucky and Tennessee; everyone met while studying jazz at the University of Louisville; and contributed to jazz projects led by Clark Terry, Andy Narell, and Paquito D'Rivera, before coming together into this fusion Paradigm. Melodies for Uncertain Robots was financed, produced and released on CD by Paradigm; Ropeadope Records, strong carriers of the progressive hip-hop jazz torch, is handling its digital release. Track Listing: Scanning; Firefly; Orbit; Laurette; Pomegranate Eater; Signs of Life; Melancholy Collide; Mourning Dancers; Particles; Smokey; Littlejohn Island.
Melodies for Uncertain Robots by Chris M. Slawecki.
Melodies for Uncertain Robots. Melodies for Uncertain Robots. Paradigm Records 41220.
How can I write melodies that feel more professional and give it a catchy feel. I don't feel that modern day rap producers such as Southside use chords that much so I try to make melodies with no chord progressions.
I Robot is the second studio album by British progressive rock band The Alan Parsons Project, released on 1 June 1977 by Arista Records. The album draws conceptually on author Isaac Asimov's science fiction Robot trilogy, exploring philosophical themes regarding artificial intelligence. It was re-released on vinyl and cassette tape in 1984 and on CD 2007.