Randolph Noel

Elements and Orbits (Randolph Noel Music)

Brooklyn born pianist, composer, arranger, conductor, and educator Randolph Noel has released his second album as a leader, “Elements and Orbits” His first album “Hands on the Plow”, as founder and director of the Brooklyn Arts Ensemble, was released in 2003 Randolph’s work can also be heard on several of the late Abbey Lincoln’s Verve recordings: “You Gotta Pay the Band, “The Devil’s Got Your Tongue, “A Turtles Dream” and “Who Used to Dance” He co-arranged the aforementioned “The Devil’s Got Your Tongue” and wrote the string arrangements for some of her most iconic compositions; “Down Here Below” and “Bird

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Personnel

Clifton Anderson, Lance Bryant, Kenny Davis, Donald Eaton, David Glasser, James Haddad, Earl McIntyre, Ato Noel, Craig Rivers, Jarrett Walser

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