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Episode #3158

Indian Music Infusion

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Saturday, April 27, 2013

Chandrika Krishnamurthy Tandon Chandrika Krishnamurthy Tandon

Chandrika Krishnamurthy Tandon, a 2011 Grammy nominee, sings world music fusion, mainly informed by Indian classical music. On her record, “Soul Call,” she set a six thousand-year old eight-syllable chant to music, with each of the eight songs following a different raga.  For this New Sounds, we’ll sample from this record and its mélange of acoustic Indian classical, Indian folk instruments and Western instruments, together with her voice.  Also, we’ll listen to music from Najma, Sheila Chandra, and more.

PROGRAM #        3158, Indian Music Infusion                              (First aired on 1-11-11)                       

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Asha Bhosle & Kronos Quartet

You’ve Stolen My Heart

Dum Maro Dum (Take Another Toke) [4:44]

Nonesuch #79856
www.nonesuch.com

 

Najma (w/Church of Betty)

Forbidden Kiss

Aaj Madhosh Hua Jaye Re [4:00]

Shanachie #64063
www.shanachie.com*

Chandrika Krishnamurthy Tandon

Soul Call

Bhoopali  [7:46]

www.soulchants.com
available at Amazon.com*,
CDBaby.com
or iTunes

DJ Cheb i Sabbah

Shri Durga

Kese Kese Zindegi Meera mix [6;12]

Six Degrees #657036
www.sixdegreesrecords.com

Kiran Ahluwalia

Wanderlust

Merey Mathay [4:41]

Four Quarters Entertainment / Times Square Records 1802
timessquarerecords.net
www.kiranmusic.com

Najma

Qareeb

Apne Hathon [5:25]

Shanachie #64009
www.shanachie.com*

Bombay Dub Orchestra

3 Cities

Junoon [5:33]

Six Degrees Records
www.sixdegreesrecords.com
*

Sheila Chandra

Weaving my Ancestors Voices

Bhajan [7:04]

Caroline 2322 / Real World Records
www.realworldrecords.com

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