Rafael  Rudd

Born : 1956

Died : 1st April 2002

AMERICAN

RAFAEL WAS THE SON OF HAROLD & VIRGINIA RUDD

Courtesy of LSLP 1996
Courtesy of LSLP 1996
Courtesy of Kendra's Blog site
Courtesy of Kendra's Blog site

THIS PHOTO WAS TAKEN AT MYRTLE BEACH. BABA IS HOLDING LARRY KARRESCH'S HAND, LOOKED ON BY ERUCH AND ADI K.

HAROLD RUDD HAS RAPHAEL ON HIS SHOULDERS AND WATCHING THEM IS VIRGINIA RUDD.

 

 

Courtesy of Kendra's Blog site
Courtesy of Kendra's Blog site

THIS PICTURE WAS TAKEN AT MYRTLE BEACH. BABA IS EMBRACING WENDY CONNORS, ERUCH IS LOOKING ON.

HAROLD RUDD HAS RAPHAEL ON HIS SHOULDERS

 

 

1969 : India ( R - L ) Raphael Rudd, Gregg Rosen, Leslie Rosen & Unknown
1969 : India ( R - L ) Raphael Rudd, Gregg Rosen, Leslie Rosen & Unknown
Rafael and his mother Virginia. Photo from the White Horse Journal.
Rafael and his mother Virginia. Photo from the White Horse Journal.

Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 16, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: 1979
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rhino / Wea
  • ASIN: B00005Q468

Track Listings

 
1. Raga - Raphael Rudd
2. Drowned - Pete Townshend
3. The Seeker - Pete Townshend
4. Magic Grace - Raphael Rudd
5. Who Is Meher Baba? - Raphael Rudd
6. The Ferryman - Pete Townshend/Raphael Rudd
7. Kitty's Theme - Raphael Rudd
8. A Little Is Enough - Pete Townshend/Raphael Rudd
9. Contact In Solitude - Raphael Rudd
10. Sleeping Dog - Pete Townshend/Raphael Rudd
11. Sound Barrier - Raphael Rudd
12. Bargain - Pete Townshend
13. Longing For The Beloved - Raphael Rudd
14. Tattoo - Pete Townshend/Raphael Rudd
15. Let My Love Open The Door - Pete Townshend/Raphael Rudd
16. Awakening - Pete Townshend/Raphael Rudd
17. Western (American) Arti - Raphael Rudd
18. O' Parvardigar - Pete Townshend/Raphael Rudd

Editorial Reviews

Amazon.com

Longtime admirers of Who guitarist Pete Townshend know that, as an artist, he is something of a paradox--at once the embodiment of his band's Sturm und Drang but also by turns introspective and spiritual, restlessly experimental, and deeply steeped in folk and jazz traditions. Those facets permeate this previously unreleased compilation of live performances from 1979 and '80, recorded at private in-studio shows for the Meher Baba Oceanic Centre with journeyman harpist-pianist and fellow Baba disciple Raphael Rudd. Using inventive acoustic guitar, Townshend delivers a rich, revealing slate of songs culled from the Who's canon ("Drowned," "The Seeker," "Bargain," "Tattoo") plus solo gems ("The Ferryman," "Sleeping Dog," "O' Parvavardigar," "Let My Love Open the Door" and "Little Is Enough"), while graciously showcasing his collaborator's own skills as a composer and musician. (Rudd would later score parts of the Quadrophenia soundtrack and collaborate on "Rough Boys.") It's a warm, welcome surprise for Townshend and Who fans alike. --Jerry McCulley

CD front cover
CD front cover
CD ; back cover
CD ; back cover

2018 : Re-released on CD from Casette

Gujerarti Arti

 

Jane Brown, vocals; Raphael Rudd, classical harp; Raphael Rudd and Pete Levin, synths and arrangements; produced and engineered by Donny Hahn, Los Angeles; co-engineered by Leslie Mona-Mathus, NYC

 

http://www.jaibaba.com/arts/music/janebrown.html

 


Rafael is playing piano