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    Wednesday, 21 May 2008

    Saddhu Brand - 1970 - Whole Earth Rhythm
    (Anna Chakraborty's Musical Sewing Machine Records MSM101)

    Four hippies go to India in the 1960's, stay for two years & then return to the San Francisco Bay area & this would be the outcome.

    Tracks:
    A1 Whole Earth Rhythm 3:25
    A2 Dhun 4:23
    A3 Babu Shoda 8:30
    A4 Ha Ha Modi 6:08

    B1 People Brittle 4:38
    B2 I Give You Johnee The Truth 5:53
    B3 Dabi Das' Song 12:39


    Personnel :
    Michael Bell : Sador, Acoustic Guitar
    Josh Collins : Tabla, Percussion
    Peter Van Gendler : Sitar, Guruji
    Kenny Wilson : Esraj, Bamboo Flute

    With Peter Van Gelder (ex-Great Society) after the long trip to India.
    Cosmic sitar folk and psych, trippy female & male vocals, chanting in English and Hindu, lots of ethnic instruments.
    An early example of a genre that would become common during the 1970's.


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    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 3924 | Added by: Opa-Loka | Date: 21 May 2008 | Rating: 5.0/2


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