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by Tasa

World music influenced by the traditions of India
Genre: Jazz: World Fusion
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1. Amravati
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2. Megh
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3. Udav
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4. Soma
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5. Shyamanand
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6. Rahu
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7. Tara's Lullaby
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Album Notes
Tasa is a world music ensemble that performs original music based on the traditions of India. Weaving ancient traditions with a modern
attitude, Tasa is charting new rhythmic and melodic frontiers. Their debut release entitled Bhakti won the 2002 Urban Music Award for Best World Music Recording. In 2003 Tasa toured Europe as part of SonicWeave a new initiative sponsored by the Canada Council to promote Canadian talent in Europe. Tasa’s seamless blend of world traditions has attracted the attention of music lovers and critics all over the globe. The band features some of the top musicians in the world music scene including Samidha Joglekar, Ravi Naimpally, Chris Gartner, Ernie Tollar, John Gzowski and Alan Hetherington. Together, they weave a rich tapestry of sounds that are a delight to the ear. Their new release Urban Turban has already received critical acclaim and is available in stores across Canada or online at www.tasamusic.com.



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Roland Kreuscher

Discover Shakti's unknown cousin (sister?, brother (in law)? )!
First I thought I miss the highest energy and highest speed and those sharp edges that you can listen to on the 70s Shakti recordings (which I like much more than all this Remember Shakti Stuff).
But now after several months I find there's enough energy and speed on this album. And there are so many fine melodies(compositions) which dont' get boring with many times of listening, no they're getting bigger, deserving more respect. Of course Tasa's instrumental skills are not on the giant's level of McLaughlin, L. Shankar, Z. Hussein or of Trilok Gurtu. But they're playing far more than "well". And there is this fretless bass, constantly. If you like the other names I mentioned, as well as Charly Mariano's or Larry Coryell's indian affairs and if you like the samples, GET IT here!! You'll probably love it.