Filled with intimate footage, moving stills and a powerful original score by Joseph Patrick Moore, Path To Geshe is an entertaining introduction into the lives of the devoted monks who spends up to 25 years mastering revered Buddhist texts before taking teaching and leadership roles in their communities. Feel free to watch the trailer here.
“I was honored to be asked by film-maker Bill Judge to compose and arrange the music for his documentary film, Path To Geshe. Bill shot in Tibet/India and his vision, provided a very inspiring visual framework to compose from. Unlike my previous works, I think the music will surprise some, as I only picked up my bass on two of the seventeen songs.” Writes Joseph Patrick Moore
For more than a decade Joseph has been touring, recording, and establishing himself as an artist with a unique voice and a diversity of talents. His skills as bassist, composer, arranger, producer, author, educator and founding partner of Blue Canoe Digital illustrate why he is a highly sought after musician. Moore’s music and creative vision echo the spirits of Quincy Jones, Herbie Hancock and Miles Davis to name a few.
Moore has recently played with Stewart Copeland of The Police and is currently slotted as sideman for Earl Klugh and Bob James in their upcoming tour of the western United States including, Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Festival 2010.
We now leave you with the samples from the soundtrack to give you an idea of the type of sound and mood that was synced to the documentary.
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GENRES: Ambient, World
MOODS: Chilling, Cultural, Intense, Meditative, Mysterious, Suspenseful, Thrilling
SIMILAR ARTISTS: John Huling, Logical Drift
KEY ELEMENTS: Bass Drum, Brass Horns, Cymbols, Flute, Hand-bells, Percussion, Singing Bowls, Synth