Leon Muhudinov | Three Odd Numbers: Themes from Psycho, Halloween, and Exorcist

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Three Odd Numbers: Themes from Psycho, Halloween, and Exorcist

by Leon Muhudinov

A haunting group of bizarre and thrilling soundtracks driven by rock guitars and exotic instruments, including works by Herrmann, Morricone, and Carpenter.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Prelude (Theme from "Psycho")
2:02 $0.99
2. Halloween Theme
2:44 $0.99
3. Magic and Ecstasy (Theme from "Exorcist 2: The Heretic")
3:23 $0.99
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Three Odd Numbers: Themes from Psycho, Halloween, and Exorcist, is a Halloween-themed EP featuring a group of bizarre classic horror/thriller film scores driven by rock guitars and exotic instruments.

1. Psycho Prelude
Theme from the film Psycho (1960) Composed by Bernard Herrmann

2. Halloween Theme
From the film Halloween (1978) Composed by John Carpenter

3. Magic and Ecstasy
Theme from Exorcist 2:The Heretic (1977) Composed by Ennio Morricone

Album Credits:
Leon Muhudinov: acoustic/electric guitars, bass, charango, electric sitar, keyboard, synth, percussion, vocals, arrangement

Oliver Stöckert: drums
vintage drums: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-wkjdLb8AI

Leon Muhudinov is a guitarist-composer-educator based in NJ and NYC. Described as “an artist worthy of well-earned name recognition and one of the most versatile guitarists around” by 20th Century Magazine, he can be heard performing classical guitar, boom chick, world fusion, prog rock, cinematic soundtracks and jam band music.

Introduced to a wealth of music by his parents, Leon took up the guitar at an early age and built a strong foundation with classical guitar teacher, George Glock. He later met luthier/fingerstyle extraordinaire Tom Doyle, who inspired another dimension in his playing. Other influences include Agustin Barrios, John Williams, Julian Bream, Steve Howe, Phish, Queen, Deep Purple, Jeff Beck, Slash, Brian May, and Chet Atkins.

Leon’s 2003 solo album, Tasty Guitar Treats, was a mix of classical, new age, and country-jazz influences; an assortment of originals, and popular covers by the Beatles, Chet Atkins, and Scott Joplin. He later formed The Adventures of Leonid, an instrumental group featuring a rotating lineup of friends and great musicians on various projects. AoL’s self-titled debut was released in 2005 on Mad Hands Records and features veteran drummer, Mad Mike Cullens (Chuck Berry, Mick Taylor). Combining elements of rock, classical, funk, surf rock, and Eastern melodies, journalist Dmitry Epstein called it “a highly enjoyable record of rare elegance.”

Leon has contributed music to independent films and National Geographic documentaries dealing with animal rights, environmental, and humanitarian issues. In 2011, he was featured as a composer for Project Oliver, a series to build improved spaces for rescued primates such as Oliver, "the missing link" chimpanzee. He also performed for the Global Human Rights Torch Relay and Edison Wetlands restoration benefit.

In 2012, Leon was featured on the Van Halen Tribute album, Take Your Whiskey Home, alongside current/former members of Aerosmith, Journey, Black Sabbath, Dio, and Yngwie Malmsteen band, released on Versailles Records. Other compilations include Guitar Wizards Vol 3 in 2014 and upcoming tributes to Queen and Deep Purple.

Leon has worked and appeared on recordings alongside members of Chuck Berry, Journey, Dio, Whitesnake, Garden State Opera, and Metropolitan Opera. He performs solo, with his duo Combo Combo, and other ensembles regularly throughout the Tri-State area. Passionate about sharing the gift of music, he maintains a busy schedule of guitar students.

For more information, visit: www.AdventuresOfLeonid.com



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