"... this work is the first in a series of four ‘chapters’, from whence the original idea was to create an epic sonic from India to Portugal via Morocco. This is due, mainly, to the huge amount of material collected when Martin came to play the clarinet in Pedro’s studio early this year. Together, they realized that to juggle things around it would be better to approach the recordings in sequential EP’s, therefore, taking full advantage of the whole material which has been recorded. At this very moment, Casa Caos proudly releases the beginning of this saga.
Bathed by the Arabian Sea in the extreme southwest of India, Kerala is one of the 28 states of the country, well-known for its coconut palm-lined coasts, a lethargic ensemble of backwaters, stately houseboats and tea-covered hills. Under this laid-back scenario, they put together an intense tropical soundscape blended in quite mysterious timbres and melodies. Pedro played the djembe & congas while the theme in the clarinet was heavenly leaded by Mr. Grozdanoski.
Despite many instances in which they’ve exploited the composition, there is a continual tenseness curving around, which nicely contrasts with the receptive atmosphere between wind instruments and reverberating elements. To complete the package for an all-around downtempo experience the EP includes a trustworthy multi-layered remix by the ancestral futuristic Portuguese producer BirdZzie. "
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Among the Pancha Bhutakritis or songs of the five elements, Ananda Natana Prakasham, sung in Raga Kedaram and composed by Shri Muthuswami #Dikshitar, is dedicated to the Lord of Chidambaram, where he is worshipped as Akasha (space). We hope you enjoy this rendition of Ananda Natana Prakasham by Sounds of Isha.
The one brilliant as countless suns, the giver of enjoyment and liberation, the embodiment of the inner space (in the heart), the one renowned for protection of poor and destitute people, the one with a bent (lifted) lotus-like foot, (that was) displayed (during the dance) to the Devas, Patanjali and Vyaghrapada.
The one bearing the moon (who has cool rays) and the Ganga, the blue-throated one, one who is the foundation of (the sanctity) of sacred places such as Kedara, the lord of the (five) elements, the one wearing a tiger-skin as garment, the lord of #Chidambaram (the firmament of consciousness).
The lord of the three thousand Brahmin sages, the ruler of the universe, the one whose heart is (soft, easily melted) like butter, the father of the merciful Guruguha, the primordial one, the one understood through the Vedas, the one devoid of desire or attachment, the immeasurable one, the one expounded by Advaita. He performs various forms of dances to the accompaniment of music and musical instruments. He imparts knowledge to His devotees and becomes the answer to the questions of his devotees.
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Film: Mr. X in Bombay (1964)
Starring Kishore Kumar
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Hello friends, everyone must have the lyrics of this song totally on their lips, so lets enjoy the melody of this wonderful song. Here the song is being played by Indian Hawaiian Guitarist Sonali Nath and Indian Accordionist Sanjeev Sachdeva. Enjoy the brilliance of R.D. Burman, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar on the two instruments... Cheers...
"Shot on location at the Grand Prix races throughout Europe, using 65mm Cinerama cameras, the film starred James Garner and Eva Marie Saint. The making was a race itself, introduced methods of photographing high-speed auto racing that had never been seen before, mounting cameras on the cars, at full speed and putting the stars in the actual cars, instead of against rear-projections, the film was an international success and won three Oscars, for editing, sound and sound effects"
And..."introducing Francoise Hardy."
[Disclaimer: None of this will mean anything to the non-seniors here.]