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Between East and West

Featuring musicians from different corners of  Balkan Gibonni, Oliver Dragojevic, Toni Cetinski, Zeljko Joskimovic and Tose Proeski (recently was anniversary of his death on 16th of October 2007).... tracklist Oliver & Gibonni - Sreca Gibonni - Onako, od oka Tony Cetinski-Kad zena zavoli. Tose Proeski - Cija si Tos?e Proeski & Gianna Nannini - Aria Toni Cetinski Zena nad zenama Gibonni Mirakul Zeljko Joksimovic & Toni Cetinski - Zabluda Gibonni - Libar Tose Proeski - Zena Balkanska Miso Kontrec - Zaigrajte mi cigani Tose Proeski - Igra bez granica Gibonni Cinim pravu stvar

Comments: 0 Date: 23 Oct 2016

“In C and Beyond…” Concert

Students from Australia’s Queensland Conservatorium of Music,
currently visiting Auroville with their Professor Kim Cunio and Charulatha Mani, Chennai’s highly acclaimed Carnatic singer.

Hear selections from Bach, fine South Indian classical music,
new music from some of Australia’s brightest young composers,
and a special treat: an interactive version of Terry Riley’s famous minimalist Indian homage, “In C”.

Sweet Sound of Latin Jazz

It's not exclusive, but inclusive, which is the whole spirit of jazz. Herbie Hancock
Unlike many musical genres, jazz by its own nature is a large tent that welcomes many forms and styles. latin jazz is not the exception and consequently, in latin jazz we usually find a broad assortment of musical influences and styles; often within the same song.
Try not to get caught up in judging a style of music for the moral/religious values/lifestyle that you might associate with it. Remember that stereotypes don't always apply, and learning to appreciate a style of music might give you a window into someone else's way of life and culture. Enjoy the music.

Batacumbele, an amazing outfit of musicians thoroughly steeped in Afro-Caribbean traditions and also fully conversant with the jazz idioms of the day, are a very important group in Puerto Rican history. The Latin jazz world is sometimes unappreciative of Puerto Rico's contributions to the world of Afro-Caribbean music, Featuring some of the day's best percussionists, including Giovanni Hidalgo, Richie Flores, and Angel "Cachete" Maldonado.

Batacumbele - Sin Egoismo
Truco & Zaperoko -El Cuarto de Tula
Batcumbele - Batcumbele
Zaperoko - No Quedo Ni El Gato
Batcumbele - Hot Blood
Truco & Zaperoko-En el Café
Grupo Latin Vibe - Bombele
Juan Amalbert's Latin Jazz Quintet - Jackie's Mambo
Dave Pike - Montuno Orita
Patato Valdes - A Los Pianistas
Cal Tjader - Ritmo Caliente
Nerio Degracia Mas Cambio
The New Swing Sextet - La Rumba se Acabo

5th LUYE festival at Solitude

Solitude farm is coming up with its 5th Eco Music Festival called "Lively Up your Earth" on the 24th of September 2016, which is on a Saturday from 2pm-11pm..

It is the festival of Creativity, Joy and Music and values about mother Earth. They will be conducting Workshops on various topics like Permaculture, Organic Cooking, etc and also have activities for the kids like face painting, t-shirt painting and many more. Also they will have live bands playing their music, followed by a nice jam session and a organic dinner..

So inviting all, and especially Aurovilians, to join and contribute in the celebration and workshops done by our very fellow family members from other Auroville communities.
Time to come together and cherish the values and gifts showered by mother earth, in a fun-filled, joyous and creative way.

Jazz Cafe

"Return of our American Brothers" was the working title of last night concert at Visitor's Centre and was put together with enthusiastic energy of Amando and Dhani. ....and others.
Three sets of musicians with different musical styles, starting with Edo's Band rendering some classical rock pieces, Amando and Dhani with Peter on drums continued in it but at the last set jazz lovers came on their expense.
In this one we heard Dhani on guitar, Shanks on guitar and trumpet, Matthew on saxophone, Rolf on bass, Shakti on piano and Suresh on drums.
We know that we have some great "home" musicians which has been proven over and over but last night went even higher that that. Amazing

kudos to Matthia for sound

Calypso in Early Years

Today's musical edition features tracks from Cyril Diaz, The Mighty Sparrow, Lord Invader & His Calypso Rhythm Boys, Mighty Dougla, Round Table Knights Vs Bauchamp and more .... Carlos Malcom , the father of reggae, and more. Calypso is a style of Afro-Caribbean music that originated in Trinidad and Tobago during the early to mid 20th century. Its rhythms can be traced back to West African Kaiso and the arrival of French planters and their slaves from the French Antilles in the 1600s.
The music, which drew upon African and French influences, became the voice of the people, and was characterized by highly rhythmic and harmonic vocals, which was most often sung in a French creole and led by a griot.

Cyril Diaz & His Orchestra - Voodoo
Young Tiger - Calypso Be
Mighty Dougla .- Exchange No Robbery
Dandy Crawford - Matilda Matilda
Lord Kitchener, London Is the Place for Me
Young Tiger - I Was There (At the Coronation)
Azie Lawrence & Carib Serenaders - West Indians In England
Lord Creator - Independent Jamaica
Carlos Malcom & His Afro Jamaican Rhythm - Elena
John Buddy Williams Band - Saturday Night Blowout
Mighty Bomber - Mamaguy
Lord Nelson - King Liar
Small Island Pride- Taxi Driver
Lord Creator - Kingston Town
Carlos Malcolm & his
afro jamaican rhythms - Skaman
Count Lasher and His Calypso Quintet - Perfect Love [10
Don Drummond -
The Mighty Sparrow- Congo Man
Baron - Feeling It

Rare Roots, Reggae Gems

Jesse King aka Dubmatix mix - Rare Roots, Reggae Gems
This upload features tracks from Dennis Hamilton, Cultural Roots, Billy Joe Morga, PSALMS, Dennis Brown + Ranking Joe and more.

Dubmatix having imprinted his name in the minds of reggae fans Worldwide with his debut release Champion Sound Clash in 2004, the Toronto-born producer is now firmly established as one of the top reggae producers worldwide - with four award-winning, chart-topping releases, that includes the 2009 JUNO Nominated “Renegade Rocker”, "System Shakedown" and the 2010 JUNO Award Win for Best Reggae Recording plus International acclaim and a list of collaborations that include some of reggae’s most influential legends such as the late Alton Ellis (The Godfather of Rocksteady), The Mighty Diamonds, Michael Rose, Horace Andy, U Roy and many more.

Somewhere In Heaven

Memories, reflections on time of the Supramental descent.....farewells tracklist Rainbow-Temple of the king Lynyrd Skynyrd-Coming Home Santana - Angel (with Sarah McLachlan) Santana - Somewhere In Heaven Bon Jovi - I'll Be There For You Led Zeppelin-Since I've Been Loving You King Crimson Heartbeat Kid Rock - Only God Knows Why Eagles - Best of My Love Black Crowes - She Talks to Angels Scorpions - Send Me An Angel Carlos Santana - Angels All Around Us_Spirits Dancing In The Flesh Michael Bolton - Said I Loved You...But I Lied Eagles - New Kid in Town Lynyrd Skynyrd-Free bird

Comments: 0 Date: 16 Oct 2016


" Lively Up Your Earth " , a festival of creativity and community consciousness, held at Solitude Farm. An interview with Krishna regarding the festival. The Ups'n'Downs , special vote of thanks and what is happening in the future.

Peace Day Sound Meditation

Sound meditation played by Aurellio and Andreas from Svaram for the International Peace Day celebration at the Unity Pavillion on the 21st of September.

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