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Redman (born Reggie Noble on April 17, 1970 in Newark, New Jersey) made his rapping debut on the EPMD songs "Hardcore" and "Brothers on my Jock", after Erick Sermon of the seminal group spotted him freestyling in a New York club and added him to their crew of aspiring emcees (along with K-Solo among others). Redman's 1992 Def Jam debut Whut? Thee Album broke into the US Top 50, achieved gold status in the United States, and prominent hip-hop magazine The Source subsequently named Redman Rap Artist of the Year for 1993. Redman's solo career continued throughout the remainder of...
In 1967 San Francisco's tenor saxophonist Dewey Redman (1931), who had already recorded an original Look for the Black Star (january 1966) for piano-based quartet, moved to New York and joined Ornette Coleman's quartet (1967-74). While his huge tenor counterpoint to Coleman's alto was mesmerizing the audience of free-jazz, Redman penned more originals for a trio session with the Art Ensemble of Chicago's bassist Malachi Favors and Don Cherry's drummer Ed Blackwell, Tarik (october 1969), particularly Paris? Oui!, Lop-O-Lop and Related and Unrelated Vibrations. Besides featuring three of the most creative minds of the free-jazz movement, it was moody and...
Matt Redman is a British Christian songwriter, and was one of the main worship leaders associated with the Soul Survivor organization. He is now with Passion Conferences and an artist for Six Steps Records. He has authored and edited multiple books on Christian worship, including "The Unquenchable Worshipper" and the book Facedown which accompanied the album. Some of his most popular songs include Heart Of Worship, Let Everything That Has Breath, Once Again, and Blessed Be Your Name, the latter winning the "Worship Song of the Year" award in the 2005 GMA music awards. He has since launched another album,...
Redman (born Reggie Noble on April 17, 1970 in Newark, New Jersey) is an American rapper who became recognized as a solo artist on the Def Jam label in the early 1990s. Method Man (born Clifford Smith, April 1, 1971 in Staten Island, New York) is also an American rapper and is a member of the highly successful hip-hop group the Wu-Tang Clan. When producing music together, they are known simply as "Red and Meth". Together, they are one of the most successful, influential and well respected Hip-Hop duos to have surfaced in the highly competitive Hip-Hop/rap scene. The pair...
Joshua Redman (born February 1, 1969) is a prominent American jazz saxophonist who records for Nonesuch Records. Redman, who is Black and Jewish, was born in Berkeley, California. He is the son of jazz saxophonist Dewey Redman. He is a graduate of Berkeley High School. Then in 1991 he graduated summa cum laude from Harvard University, where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa Society. Redman won the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Saxophone Competition the same year and began focusing on his musical career. Redman continued to develop his style through the 1990s, beginning with a sideman appearance on...
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Red Chinese Dragon
Red Dragon
Red Dragon in a Möbius Strip
The Great Red Dragon And The Woman Clothed In Sun
Red Dragon
Pick It Up
Down Wit Us
Red Shift
The Eve of the War
A Great Red Dragon (feat. Malcolm Muggeridge)
The Red Dragon: The Gift of Love
Land Of The Red Dragon
Dragon Rising - Intro Beat
The Magic of the Red Dragon
Red Dragon Honors
Red Dragon
Red dragon
Red Dragon
Red-Dragon
Red Dragon
Red Dragon
Red Dragon
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Red Dragon
The Magic of the Red Dragon
Red Dragon
Red Dragon
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Red Dragon Tavern
Land of the Red Dragon
Red Dragon vs. Phoenix
Red Dragon vs. Phoenix
The Order of the Red Dragon
Red Dragon
Red Dragon
Red Dragon
Red Dragon
The Red Dragon Inn
Red Dragon
Call Red Dragon (Feat. Blaise Siwula)
Persida and the Red Dragon
The Veritable Red Dragon
The Red Dragon's Call @ London Paddington
Red Dragon