Ranjit Barot - Bada Boom FLAC album
Genre: Jazz / Folk and World music
Title: Bada Boom
Style: Fusion, Contemporary Jazz
FLAC version ZIP size: 1432 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1217 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1151 mb
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BADA BOOM by Ranjit Barot, released 16 November 2010 1. Singularity 2. T 0 3. Revolutions 4. Supernova 5. Dark Matter 6. Origin THE INTERNATIONAL DEBUT ALBUM FROM RANJIT BAROT Visionary composer, drummer, producer, and improviser explores his own personal hybrid of East and West.
Only for completionists (0%). This may be Ranjit Barot's first solo release, but he is hardly a newbie to the recording industry. Barot's background as a film composer serves him well as he is able to seamlessly combine jazz, classical and rock elements in a way that makes most attempts by the progressive rock crowd sound forced and clumsy.
Ranjit Barot – Bada Boom. Label: Abstract Logix – ABLX 026. Format: CD, Album. Arranged By, Concept By, Producer, Liner Notes – Ranjit Barot. Design – Rajesh Kulkarni. Mastered By – Chris Bellman. Mixed By – Ashish Manchanda. Mixed By – Jagdish Mutke. Recorded By – Andrew Tulloch, Sam Devassy. Tracking By – Abhinav Varma, Puneet Samtani.
Angel Studio 1, London. CD - Abstract Logix 026).
Ranjit Barot - Revolutions 08:35. Ranjit Barot - Dark Matter 07:51. Ranjit Barot - Origin 05:55. Ranjit Barot - Singularity 08:00. Seduction - Ranjit Barot. Bombay Makossa - Chingari featuring . hrinivas, Ranjit Barot, Etienne Mbappe, Etienne Mbappe, Ranjit Barot, . hrinivas. The Jazz Raj - Art Metal, Jonas Hellborg, Mattias Ia Eklundh, Ranjit Barot. Oh Darling Yeh Hai India - Ranjit Barot. Holiday - Dj Nasha, Nandini Srikar, Nandini Srikar, Ranjit Barot, Sanjay Divecha, DJ Nasha, Ranjit Barot, Sanjay Divecha.
Bada Boom cкачать бесплатно, как и Ranjit Barot - Origin, Ranjit Barot - Supernova, Ranjit Barot - Singularity, Ranjit Barot - Dark Matter, Ranjit Barot - T 0, Bada Boom - Shakin.
He was the rhythmic center of John McLaughlin's Floating Point (Abstract Logix, 2008)-an album that found the fusion guitar great exploring his decades-long interest in an east/west nexus from the electrified and harmony-centric angle of the jazz tradition, rather than the opposing angle of his longstanding and largely acoustic Shakti and Remember Shakti groups, which weighed more heavily. On Indian music's linearity and polyrhythmic complexity.
Overall I find the concept of the album very interesting and I love hearing how it flows and progresses to the the final conclusion. Being a fusion fan I am no stranger to listening to some of the most low quality "self produced" or "bootlegged but then later" released recordings. Ranjit Barot has been biding his time. But here now, is stage 1 of this outstanding musician's journey into the stratosphere of fusion. When you hear this album from start to finish, which includes fusion legends like John McLaughlin and tabla maestro Zakir Husain, you understand clearly why Ranjit Barot is gravitating right into the centre of the fusion universe ; a part of the universal consciousness of eternal fusion music.
|T = 0||6:41|
|Revolutions - In Memory Of Charlie Mariano||8:36|
|Supernova - In Memory Of 'Abbaji' Ustad Allarakha||10:07|
|50999 070797 2 6||Ranjit Barot||Bada Boom (CD, Album)||EMI||50999 070797 2 6||India||2010|
|KICJ 596||Ranjit Barot||Bada Boom (CD, Album)||Seven Seas||KICJ 596||Japan||2011|
|ABLX 026||Ranjit Barot||Bada Boom (CD, Album)||Abstract Logix||ABLX 026||US||Unknown|