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Author Red Buddha (Musician)

Title Siddhartha in space / Red Buddha.

Published [Stuttgart, Germany] : Black Flame Records, [2005]
℗2005

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 UniM INTERNET music    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Contemporary world music.
Contemporary world music.
Notes Previously released as a compact disc.
Contents Raja-raja (feat. Kabir) -- Veena Bhangra -- Isfahan (feat. Nasrin & Voyage) -- Hawa Mahal (feat. Bahramji) -- Flavored atmosphere -- Evening celebration -- Siddhartha in space -- Mystical tribe (feat. Bahramji) -- Spirit of Ladakh -- Desert Thar -- Al Rashid -- Bororo's dance.
Summary Red Buddha - producer, musician and DJ - musical globetrotter is releasing his second album with "Siddhartha In Space", after his successful debut-album "Tibet Trance". The title of the album also defines the musical route. Modern arrangements and traditional instruments are being united. The globalization of music styles has been taking place, frontiers are torn down and multiple musical facets from Asian and Far Eastern areas are melted together. From this mix, arises the exotic modern attraction, colorful, brilliant, similar to the modern fashion. Red Buddha is not shy in reciting passages from the Indian poet Kabir (track "Raja-raja") and underlining these words with groovy rhythms. The multiple richness of instruments from regions like India and Asia are inexhaustible creative and amount to an enormous band width of sounds on "Siddhartha In Space". Besides the computer programming sequenzes, many musicians and singers from India, Iran, Japan, Taiwan and Turkey are part of this interesting production, giving it a touch of uniqueness.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (Contemporary world music). Available via World Wide Web.
Subject Electronic dance music.