Episode #825

Vaults: Trilok Gurtu

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Friday, August 25, 2006

Our New Sounds From the Vaults series wraps up tonight, after our week of banging and crashing with favorite percussionists. For this show, we revisit a 1992 conversation with Indian tabla master and drummer Trilok Gurtu, where he introduces music from a collaborative project with Jan Garbarek and Nana Vasconcelos. Also, hear Indian classical music featuring Zakir Hussain, and Raja Chatrapati Singh.

PROGRAM #825: With Trilok Gurtu (Original airdate: May 19, 1992)





Trilok Gurtu

Living Magic

"Once I Wished A Tree Upside Down"{8:00}
"Tac E Demi"{6:30}
"Living Magic"{6:00}

Creative Music Productions #20349. OR Available as an import thru *

Raja Chatrapati Singh

Masters of Tala


Wergo #1075 50.

Zakir Hussain

Making Music

"Making Music" {12:00}

ECM #1349 or*

*, ** - Find the recordings you've heard - go to the New Sounds Recordings Information page
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