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  1. The multimedia work is a “Photo Symphony” featuring projected photographs by “American’s Photo Historian” Joseph Sohm, accompanied by the music of Grammy Award-winning composer Roger Kellaway. Oxnard Performing Arts Center, Hobson Way, Oxnard; and Saturday at Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks.
  2. Roger Kellaway Recordings. Help us complete the Roger Kellaway discography. Learn how here. The Many Open Minds Of Roger Kellaway. IPO Recordings, buy. The Center Of The Circle. EFZ, buy The Roger Kellaway Cello Quartet. IPO Recordings, buy Remembering You ("All In The Family" Closing Theme) EFZ,
  3. Roger Kellaway / The Center Of The Circle (US, A&M Records, SP) (Side 1) A&M SP RE-1 P1(Side 2) A&M SP RE-1 P1Roger Kellaway (born November 1, ) is an American composer, arranger, and pianist.どこに分類すればいいのか分からないような、ジャンル不明の音楽です .
  4. American jazz pianist, born 1 November in Waban, Massachusetts, USA, who has been playing since the age of 7. He has appeared on more than two hundred albums and has performed with everyone from Elvis to Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie to Yo Yo Ma, Joni Mitchell to Mancini and Quincy Jones to Michael Tilson Thomas.
  5. Jun 25,  · Roger Kellaway Cello Quartet - Come To My Meadow I don't remember who recommended this record. I don't even remember why it stuck out in my memory but it must have because when I ran across it in the folk section at some off the beaten path music shop, a light went off and I took it home with me along with about a half dozen bluegrass records.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Center of the Circle - Roger Kellaway Cello Quartet on AllMusic - - Out to shock and surprise everyone who loved the 8/
  7. Kellaway wrote and played the closing theme, "Remembering You" for the TV sitcom All in the Family, which ran from to , and its spinoff Archie Bunker's Place (). In , Kellaway formed the Roger Kellaway Cello Quartet with cellist Edgar Lustgarden, bassist Chuck Domanico and percussionist Emil Richards.
  8. Now this is the same Roger Kellaway who got it on with an assortment of strings called the "Roger Kellaway Cello Quartet," on his last album but one. And who, on his most recent album, fiercely ambushed the heads of those who expected more amber tranquility. Center of the Circle is as much a physical experience as, say, Led Zep or Deep Purple.
  9. Kellaway, who is eighty years old as this is being written, embodies the boundless exuberance, creative power and impeccable technique of any player half his age, all of which he displays unfailingly on The Many Open Minds of Roger Kellaway, recorded in concert nine years ago at the Jazz Bakery in Los Angeles and released on Kellaway's.

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