Tunes of the Day...What are You Listening to?

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#31 Feb 23rd, 2006, 22:57
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Originally Posted by Darmabum Ithen a real find, a tape I made of my flute teacher playing the Raga Hamsadhwani on my birthday six years ago . . .
Hey, a closet carnatic music listener? or NOT? I think hindustani music also has Hamsadhwani raga.
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DDrifter - my teacher is of the the Varanasi gharana, born and raised there. (A very, very talented shenai player from a musical family he could only play bansuri when his father was away from the house.) That's where I studied six years ago and where I head back to the day after tomorrow . . . the day after tomorrow!?! I'm comin' Ma! I'm comin'!!
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Rotation Wise

Robyn Hitchcock - The Cheese Alarm & No, I Donít Remember Guilford (tracks)

Nitin Sawhney - Nadia
Jeff Beck - Nadia (Nitinís version in a guitar stylee)

Horace Andy - Dance Hall Style - CD

Orchestra Baobab - Pirates Choice - CD


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Smile

Listening to 'The Return of Jack Splash' by Plantlife at the moment.

My stepdad's just bought it and I think it'll be finding it's way on to my mp3 player somehow. I've never heard them before. Very funky.
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"Rythmscape" by Bikram Ghosh is definatly worth a listen, and I still remember "shakti"
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Originally Posted by john.sw I'm listening to Astrud Gilberto (and Joao) with Stan Getz. This particular recording of Girl From Ipanema is so delicious, it's almost edible!
This song is so soft you can feel its texture in your ear canals. Listening to it. Loving it.
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good thread!

A good thread maaaaaan!

Listening to HBR1.com on Itunes "dream factory" Track: Volljude - "Tangents". Verry nice chillout track with a trippy touch of asia ambient.

I would reccomend hbr1.com to anyone looking for a melodic trance kind of ambient vibe... Check it before you wreck it!

Big up!
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Bossa Nova Fans Unite!

john.sw and vasko -
Just wanted to say "ola" to some fellow bossa nova lovers
The voices of Astrud and Joao are so sensual and "edible" (good description, john.sw) - I never get tired of listening to them. I remember the first time I heard Astrud singing "The Girl from Ipanema" - I was maybe 12 or 13 years old and it was on some distant AM station, the sound fading in and out, but I heard her voice through the scratches and static and I was hypnotized...
Another great album is "Joao Voz e Violao" - just him and his guitar - great bedtime listening
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Ok :Flexi

Rare time bit of (flexi) off of work

Chores to be done, vets for Lardboy & Chox the (cats)

Whilst after food shopping & housecleaning & on Rotation

Jackie Leven - Fairy Tales for Hard Men - CD

Kouyate Sori Kandia - Tour d' Afrique de la Chanson - CD

Omar Faruk Tekbilek - One Truth - CD (Brilliant)

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Earlier when i wanted to jump around and listen to some beats - 'LCD Sound system'
and now cos i want to relax and unwind - Bonnie Prince Billy (ease down the road)

Are there any Bonnie Prince Billy fans out there?
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im listening to "The Knife" a swedish band, are you in to electronic music? Kraftwerk etc than you HAVE to check this out, there sooo good sooo gooood!
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Roy Harper - Royal Festival Hall, London June 10th 2001 - 2cd

Off later on to see the Violent Femmes in Shepherds Bush, London


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depeche mode "early works"... Great stuff...
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Carnatic Music Genre... These elaborate raga sketches and explorations by these two artists are fantastic. Madurai TN Seshagopalan (TNS) is an old hand while Sanjay Subramanium has a beautiful voice as well!...I just picked these two CDs...if you like carnatic...i would definitely recommend specially the one by TNS!

Ragam Tanam Pallavi (RTP) on Raga Chakravaham
By Sanjay Subramanium

Ragam Tanam Pallavi (RTP) on Raga Nattai, Raga Kurunji, Raga NattaiKurunji
By TNS

This can be heard online as well at the following link and scrolling down for (Natakurunji Enbar - Ragam Tanam Pallavi - a three raga Pallavi)

MusicIndiaOnline - TNS
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