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Mynta - Indian Time FLAC album

Performer: Mynta
Genre: Jazz / Rock / Folk and World music
Title: Indian Time
Country: Sweden
Released: 1988
Style: Jazz-Rock, Contemporary Jazz, Folk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1464 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1868 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1812 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 545

Indian Time ‎(LP, Album). Indian Time ‎(CD, Album). Intuition Music & Media GmbH.

Listen free to Mynta – Indian Time (Indian Time, Yellow Fellow and more). Sweden and India find a common place in music through the ears and imagination of the group Mynta. Founded in 1979, the group has created their own genre of music, while preserving the integrity and traditions of their root sounds. The Swedish-Indian fusionists define world music, by extracting the organic elements that runs through the vein of centuries-old musical histories.

Indian Time ‎(LP, Album).

A true cultural exchange between Indian tabla player Fazal Qureshi and classical vocalist Shankar Mohadevan and Swedish musicians. Mix in Swedish hammered dulcimer, the Indian santoor and tanpura, and the North African saz and this becomes an exotic sort of orchestra. With groups like Mynta, it's clear that Scandanavia is turning out the most fascinating and enjoyable world fusion around. by Craig Harris, AMG. Tracks: 1. Yellow Fellow 6:28 2. Indian Time 4:19 3. Simply, It Is! 3:09 4. Bala Nak 6:48 5. Is It Possible? 4:44 6. Seventh Heaven 5:03 7. Vapor Suite: A. To Fazal 5:05 8. Vapor.

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Indian Time; Seventh Heaven; To Fazal; Hymn of India; Hot Madras; Banfora; Nandus Dance; Sounds; Hey-Ho; first Summer; Rapatal; Serra Yeah Yeah; Teabreak; Fuzzy; Red Departure. Fazal Qureshi: tabla; Shankar Mahadevan: vocal; Nandkishor Muley: santoor; Sridhar Partasarathy: mridangam; Anders Hagberg: soprano, flute; Max Ahman: guitar; Christian Paulin: bass; Michael Hedenquist: percussion; Mikael Nilsson: percussion; Ola Bothzen: percussion; Johan Soderqvist: keyboard; Jan Radesjo: keyboard; Stefan Blomquist: keyboard; Magnum Coltrane Price: rap; Santiago Jimenez: violin. Meetings in India by Chris Mosey. Mynta - Hot Days by Bhasker Gupta. Prophone Records 2009.


A1 Indian Time 4:20
A2 Yellow Fellow 6:20
A3 Simply, It Is! 3:05
A4 Bala Nak 6:40
A5 Is It Possible? 4:40
B1 Seventh Heaven 4:55
Vapor Suite
B2a To Fazal 5:15
B2b To Sandhya 6:50
B3 Shruti 5:15
B4 Pahadi 3:50

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Kroon Recorder


  • Acoustic Guitar, Sarod – Max Schultz
  • Cymbal [Cymbals] – Michael Hedenquist
  • Electric Bass, Tambura, Percussion, Producer – Christian Paulin
  • Engineer – Kent Kroon
  • Keyboards – Johan Söderqvist
  • Mridangam – Parthasarathy Sridar
  • Santoor – Nandkishor Muley
  • Soprano Saxophone – Jonas Knutsson
  • Tabla, Percussion – Fazal Qureshi
  • Violin – Shiram Iyer
  • Vocals – Sandhya Sanjana, Shankar Madevan


Recorded November 1987, April - May 1988.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
INT1367 2 Mynta Indian Time ‎(CD, Album) Intuition Music INT1367 2 Sweden 1990
Vbr 2037 1 Mynta Indian Times ‎(LP, Album) Verabra Records Vbr 2037 1 Germany 1990
Vbr 2037 2 Mynta Indian Time ‎(CD, Album) Verabra Records Vbr 2037 2 Sweden 1990
INT 3167 2 Mynta Indian Time ‎(CD, Album) Intuition Music & Media GmbH INT 3167 2 Denmark Unknown