The Cynic is the debut studio album by English jazz composer Zoe Rahman, released in 2001 by Manushi Records. 4 Awards and nominations.
Melting Pot (Zoe Rahman album). Melting Pot is the second studio album by English jazz composer Zoe Rahman, released on 1 July 2006 by Manushi Records
Following the success of her debut CD, Zoe was nominated in the 'Rising Star' category of the 2001 BBC Jazz Awards.
In 2001, her debut album The Cynic was released, in July 2006, her second album Melting Pot was released. Melting Pot was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize Album of the Year, in September 2008, her third album Where Rivers Meet was released. In May 2009, her fourth album Zoe Rahman Trio, Live was released, in January 2012, her fifth album Kindred Spirits was released. Kindred Spirits won the Best Jazz Act award at the 2012 MOBO Awards, Rahman was sought out by music producer Paul Vlcek sought to play with George Mraz. 5. Where Rivers Meet – Where Rivers Meet is a studio album by English musicians Zoe and Idris Rahman, released on 22 September 2008 by Manushi Records. Zoe became intrigued by the sounds and subsequent trips to Bangladesh allowed her to learn about her background through music.
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Album · 2013 · 8 Songs. George Mraz & Zoe Rahman. Released: 1 Jan 2013.
The Cynic, young British pianist Zoe Rahman’s debut trio album, is a remarkable achievement, because it seems that she already has her own sound and style. Bassist Jeremy Brown and drummer Winston Clifford are superlative musicians and although Rahman deploys them in the conventional rhythm-section manner, she devises different ways of interplay and creating light and shade.