The story follows Connor Flynn, a CIA Special Ops sniper who wakes up from a 10 year coma to discover that he and his covert special ops team are on the run and hiding after being wrongly accused of selling secret plans to terrorists.
Runtime: 8 minutes
The Rolling Soldier - I Sing the Body Electric (album) - Netflix
I Sing the Body Electric is the second album released by Weather Report from 1972. The album includes two new members of the band: percussionist Dom Um Romão and drummer Eric Gravatt. The last three tracks were recorded live in concert in Tokyo, Japan on January 13, 1972. These tracks have been edited for this album and can be heard in their entirety on Weather Report's 1972 import album Live in Tokyo. The album takes its title from an 1855 poem by Walt Whitman and a 1969 short story by Ray Bradbury.
The Rolling Soldier - Personnel - Netflix
Weather Report Josef Zawinul - Electric and acoustic piano, ARP 2600 synthesizer Wayne Shorter - Saxophones Miroslav Vitouš - Bass Eric Gravatt - Drums Dom Um Romão - Percussion Special Guests Andrew White - English horn (“Unknown Soldier” only) Hubert Laws, Jr. - Flute (“Unknown Soldier” only) Wilmer Wise - D and piccolo trumpets (“Unknown Soldier” only) Yolande Bavan - Voice (“Unknown Soldier” only) Joshie Armstrong - Voice (“Unknown Soldier” only) Chapman Roberts - Voice (“Unknown Soldier” only) Roger Powell - Consultant (synthesizer programming) (“Unknown Soldier” only) Ralph Towner - 12-string guitar (“The Moors” only) Technical Wayne Tarnowski, Susumu Satoh - engineer Ed Lee - cover design Fred Swanson, Jack Trompetter - cover artwork
The Rolling Soldier - References - Netflix