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 Post subject: Re: International/World Music discussion
PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2012 1:30 pm 
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I know I keep pimping Hemanta songs, but I really cant help it.....such spellbinding stuff, so lucky to grow up with this stuff, really .....



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 Post subject: Re: International/World Music discussion
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I've always thought so, though that title usually goes to Kishore Kumar, who I adore as well, but Hemanta's approach to singing just cant be beat.


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On loop for a while now, I dont know how others would react to it. I guess George loves this stuff, and Rashed's pretty well versed too as always.



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Noon Chill by Arto Lindsay
-http://www.mediafire.com/?nzqynongz2f

Basically what this is is brazilian downtempo with some really cool bossa nova type rhythms. Pretty much the best thing I've discovered in a long time. The guy has actually had a really interesting career, he started out in a no wave band called DNA which was on that No New York comp Brian Eno produced. Later on he was with another group called Lounge Lizards who merged no wave with jazz(I've got a link for that also if anyone wants). That no wave background actually shows up a few times here also and its great. For real, no one should skip out on this if you've not heard it.


I can finally endorse this as well, took a few listens to sink in, but I love this now. Thanks Gray :mrgreen:


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yousha, i've seen that clip before, and like everything else i've heard from ustad bismillah khan, it is godly.

and here again is my man vladiswar nadishana and his trio...



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vladiswar playing duclar, a duduk/clarinet hybrid...





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Looking for suggestions for any Italian singer/songwriters


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vladiswar nadishana is god's gift to mankind...



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Fado | Art of Amalia | Amália Rodrigues
http://grooveshark.com/#!/album/Art+Of+Amalia/5126190


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^^ fado is some of the most heartfelt music i have ever heard in my life, i've only heard so little. from the wiki:

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Fado (Portuguese pronunciation: [fadu], "destiny, fate") : In popular belief, fado is a form of music characterized by mournful tunes and lyrics, often about the sea or the life of the poor, and infused with a characteristic sentiment of resignation, fatefulness and melancholia (loosely captured by the word "saudade", or longing). However, although the origins are difficult to trace, today fado is by many regarded as a simply a form of song which can be about anything, but must follow a certain structure. The music is usually linked to the Portuguese word 'saudade' which symbolizes the feeling of loss (a permanent, irreparable loss and its consequent life lasting damage).


on a similar note, this was voted chile's greatest song recently. it's pretty great:



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On loop for a while now, I dont know how others would react to it. I guess George loves this stuff, and Rashed's pretty well versed too as always.



holy shit that was awesome. I really have neglected Hindustani Classical music. Time to change that a bit.


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Indian fusion band, rock and classical. Possibly the best band in the country, at least, I think so.



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