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Exodus by John Moulder

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Album Title: Trinity
Label: Origin Records
Released: 2006

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About the Album

Inspired by themes taken from the Judeo-Christian tradition with such titles as Creation, Chaos and Resurrection, the Chicago guitarist presents his interpretations in a suite of original sacred music. Along with his guests including Lawrence Hobgood, Paul Wertico and Paul McCandless, Moulder creates a work that is as adventurous and expansive as it is meditative and intimate.

Track Listing

Part 1: Chaos; Creation; Exodus. Part 2: Incarnation (Intro); Incarnation; Proclamation of the Unexpected (Intro); Proclamation of the Unexpected; Sorrowful Mysteries (Intro); Sorrowful Mysteries. Part 3: Pieta; Resurrection (Intro); Resurrection; Freedom.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

John Moulder: electric guitars, acoustic guitar, nylon string guitar, dobro guitar; Rich Corpolongo: soprano saxophone (2); Laurence Hobgood: piano (1-3, 5, 7-9, 11-13); Eric Hochberg: bass (1-3, 5, 13); Paul Wertico: drums (1, 6, 7, 11, 13); Tito Carrillo: flugelhorn and trumpet (2, 3, 6, 12); Jim Gailloreto: alto flute and soprano saxophone (2, 12); Geof Bradfield: tenor saxophone (2), soprano saxophone (12); Eric Montzka: drums (2,3); Dane Richeson: udu drum, cymbals, frame drum, berimbau, washboard, cowbell (2, 5, 6, 9, 13); Ken Hall: vibraphone (3); Paul McCandless: English horn and bass clarinet (5, 9, 10); Brad Wheeler: tenor saxophone (7); Kelly Sill: bass (7); Hans Sturm: bass (9); Rob Amster: bass (12).

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September 6, 2006

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