John Scalici | Rhythms for Movement and Drumming

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Rhythms for Movement and Drumming

by John Scalici

A nice blend of world inspired rhythms for dance teachers as well as drummers who want to "jam" with the tracks. There are elements of W. African, Calypso, Brazilian, and even some New Age sounding grooves to get you in the GROOVE!
Genre: World: Drumming
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Who Dat?
6:36 album only
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2. Bouncy 6/8
6:14 album only
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3. Congaleezarice
5:08 album only
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4. St. Thomas
5:54 album only
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5. 3/4 Groove
5:03 album only
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6. Kinda Samba
7:52 album only
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7. Heartbeat
7:30 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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John has been a founding member of two national touring bands, Gravy (www.http://www.myspace.com/originalgravy) and junkyardmen (http://www.youtube.com/johnscalici). In 1999 junkyardmen were voted one of the best live blues bands in the U.S. by Blues Revue and Blues Access Magazine. John is an artist/endorser and product developer for Remo drum company and Vic Firth drumstick company.
John still performs and records with many local and national musicians and has released two independently produced CDs: RhythmMusic and Rhythms for Drumming and Movement.
He is the recipient of the 2005 Fellowship Grant from the Alabama State Council on the Arts and the 2008 Pauline Ireland Award granted to Individual Artists.

His work with special needs groups has been featured nationally on the Hallmark Channel. He has initiated rhythm-based programs at the Alabama School for the Deaf and Blind, Children’s Health Services, Glenwood, Inc., and United Cerebral Palsy.
John is a member of the Society for Arts in Healthcare and the Percussive Arts Society Recreational Music Making committee.

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