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Posted by txilar on July 24, 2002 at 16:51:17:

In reply to: Rather O/T... but where better to ask, thinks I? posted by Jenna on July 24, 2002 at 02:55:06:

If you have a local Indian store, check out the music section and
just look for some bhangra, or even as them for suggestions. Bhangra
is easy to find online as well. (link below) It is a fascinating mix
of traditional Indian music with deep deep bass beats. It is found
(primarily in non-traditional settings) mixed with anything from rap,
hiphop, jazz and reggae. Very exhiliarating and wide awake music. For
something calmer, Ravi Shankar is excellent and his daughter Anoushka
is turning out to be quite a protege. Sisters Lata Mangeshkar and
Asha Bhosle both have outstanding music behind them and their vocals
are just amazing. (If you can find the song Oh Haseena, both
tradtional version and remix are Grrrreat!) For a very reggae
influenced Indian sound, check out Apache Indian, Asha sings on a lot
of his music.

: Forgive me for the OT'ness of this, but I've heard several folks
: discuss this before, and I'd thought perhaps I could get some wise
: guidance.
:
: I'm interested in getting a few heads' up about who might be some
: good Indian musical artists to listen to. I don't know any popular
: names or songs - I've heard a few things I've liked, but have no
clue
: as to who or what they might be. I tend to like techno-beat
stuff.
: Anyone got any ideas?
:
: As always, very much appreciated in advance!
:
: Jenna
: who hennaed her hand tonight
: 'cuz she's got a new job and it's cool at last to do it >8-D

 


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