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Album Review

In 2001, 32 years after their original release, Transparent Music requested and received permission to combine two of Paul Horn's greatest CDs into one CD. Inside the Taj Mahal I & II is, just as the title states, two masterpieces in one CD. It is one of the most dynamic two-fers ever. These albums have lost nothing over the years — they still sound as radical and cutting-edge as ever. They are as gentle and serene as ever, too. While electronics, synths, processors, and dozens of other gadgets have made e-music and minimalism the great styles that they are, these albums remind listeners that simplicity is the teacher of complexity. This CD is in a league of its own — still. That statement speaks for itself.

Biography

Born: 17 March 1930 in New York, NY

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

When one evaluates Paul Horn's career, it is as if he were two people, pre- and post-1967. In his early days, Horn was an excellent cool-toned altoist and flutist, while later he became a new age flutist whose music is often best used as background music for meditation. Horn started on piano when he was four and switched to alto at the age of 12. After a stint with the Sauter-Finegan Orchestra on tenor, Horn was Buddy Collette's replacement with the popular Chico Hamilton Quintet (1956-1958), playing...
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