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Posts Tagged ‘Blues’

The Blues Ain't Never Gonna Die

Another musical edition in blues tunes, today more on the relaxed, and emotional side. Featuring Rory Gallagher, Gary Clarck Jr., John Mayall, Jimi Hendrix, SRV, and others.

tracklist
Rory Gallagher – What In The World
Gene Deer – Midnight Healing
Jimi Hendrix -The Wind Cries Mary
Gary Clark Jr. – Our Love
Lal And The People – Eyes On You
The Bluesbones – Voodoo Guitar
JL Fulks – I Believe In Love
Tinsley Ellis – Early In The Morning
John Mayall, The Bluesbreakers – Sensitive Kind
Murali Coryell – Softly Let Me Kiss Your Lips
Mike Griffin – The Blues Ain’t Never Gonna Die
Stevie Ray Vaughan – Riviera Paradise
Rare Earth – Papa Was A Rolling Stone

I Have the Blues

Rainy monsoon days are days to quiet down, while life takes it slower pace. It is a time to meditate, reflect…… and we are featuring some of known blues men such as John Lee Hooker, Buddy Guy, .Ry Cooder, Gary Moore….Ray Charles, and more

tracklist
ZZ Top – Blue Jeans Blues
Magic Slim and the teardrops – How unlucky can one man be
Buddy Guy – A Man & The Blues
Howlin’ Wolf – Little Red Rooster
Floyd Lee – Mean Blues
Blues Brothers – Shotgun Blues
Stevie Ray Vaughan – Ain’t Gonna Give Up On Love
Shemekia Copeland – Married to the Blues
Buddy Guy – I Need You Tonight
Johnny Copeland – Cut Off My Right Arm
Gary Moore – Story Of The Blues
Howlin’ Wolf – Evil
Joe Bonamassa – Sloe Gin
Johnny Copeland – Old Man Blues
John Lee Hooker – Blues Before Sunrise
Stevie Ray Vaughan – Dirty Pool
Ten Years After (Alvin Lee) – The Bluest Blues
Ry Cooder – Feelin’ Bad Blues
Ray Charles – Everyday I Have The Blues

Jazz enseble at Kalabhumi

Kalabhumi Goes Live housed jazz resident musicians Matthew (saxophone), Shanks (guitar and trumpet), Dhani (guitar) who kicked off the event with enchanting instrumental jazz own compositions and renditions of famous tunes. Suresh (drums), Rolf (bass) and Shakti (piano) joined them to stage a big band performing memorable jazz classics like “A Night in Tunisia”. Improvisation ruled the scene as jazz artists fired blue notes out of their instruments. Audience also had the pleasure to see Marlenka join the band for a lovely tune which she sang in full swing!

Divij band at Kalabhumi

The second act of the night starred singer Divij, hailing from Jaipur Rajastan and classically trained in vocals, playing western tunes accompanied by Ray (bass), Saga (drums) and Edo (electric guitar). The band performed 5 songs covering pop, folk, funk and rock-blues. Parnika and Guendaline joined the band and offered a great backup singing to 2015 hit parade track “Uptown Funk”. Blues rendition of “Unchain My Heart” spiked with rock grooves delivering an energetic finale to its crowed.

Can you record me?

Emergence The Band
Emergence has been working towards promoting good organic food, community living and celebrating it through their soulful music.This playlist is a collection of some of Emergence’s top songs to lighten up your Monday morning.

Band Members-
Krishna Mckenzie – Vocals/Acoustic Guitar
Mishko M’ba – Bass
Karthik Iyer – Violin
Soundar Rajanl – Drums/ Percussion

Tracklist:
1. Alone in Joy
2. Kadalay
3. Passumai
4. Who You Are
5. Nambikai
6. Image Song
7. Colour Blind
8. Just For Joy
9. Bad Man
10. Can You Record Me
11. Kuthu Song
12. Love Of My Life
13. Red Apple

The Sky Is Crying

Blues, blues, blues … is the theme of today’s musical podcast, featuring some “oldies”, some new blues men, and women.
Featuring amongst others Samm Henshaw, Gary Clark Jr, Gary B.B. Coleman, …..

tracklist
Gary B.B. Coleman – The Sky is Crying
Samm Henshaw – Redemption
Brian Owens and Thomas Owens – A Change is Gonna Come
Big Mike & The Booty Papas – I’ll Take Care Of You
Ed Sheeran – Make It Rain
Floyd Lee – Mean Blues
Muddy Waters Mannish Boy
Janis Joplin – Call on Me
Samm Henshaw – Only Wanna Be With You
Gary Clark Jr. – When My Train Pulls In
Tracy Chapman – give me one reason
Beth Hart – Caught Out In The Rain
Leon Bridges – River
Blucas – Setting Sun
Corey Harris – Special Rider Blues

He is that DJ that spins all

In this musical edition we are featuring multiple award-winning DJ Spinall(Sodamola Oluseye Desmond ), one of the main forces pushing afrobeats forward from behind the decks .
Earlier this year, Spinall released the excellent album Ten, which has birthed many dance floor hits and which features top-tier collaborations with Mr Eazi, Ice Prince, Sarkodie, Patoranking and more. He’s also recently dropped the massive “Olowo,” alongside Davido and Wande Coal.
And as he says in the interview” I really, really want to take the music around the world, not just in Africa. I want to take the music to Asia; I want to take the music to places that we have Africans at. We have Africans almost in every part of the world.Also, beyond selling my music to Africa, or introducing Africans to the music, I want to introduce the world itself to the music. I’m looking forward to EDM sessions, and sessions in other genres.Basically, I want to push African music but not leave behind the culture. Because I feel like the culture is what lead to the music.”
Dj Spinall is someone who really, really loves music, and he listens to everything. Is a big fan of hip-hop and he really loves R&B. he loves afrobeats, he loves afropop. He loves fuji music, he loves reggae, he loves dancehall. So basically, he is that DJ that spins all. That’s how we came about the name DJ Spinall.

Ziia and the Swing Mates

A lot of people danced and enjoined the Ziia and the Swing Mates exhibition in Solitude Farm last Friday 23rd Feb. A concert of modern swing and blues very well played.

Sound produced and recorded by Joel and Stefano.

Happy Indian Republic Day

We are cordially invited to attend Flag Hoisting Ceremony to celebrate the Indian Republic Day:
Thursday, 26th January at 8.15 am at the :Entrance campus space of Auditorium and Kalakendra Building.Bharat Nivas

Unity Pavilion, Friday Friday January 27th, 4 pm traditional African Medicines and its Role in Today’s Health Challenges , A presentation by Dr Aunkh Chabalala

Sunday 29th January 4 pm at Unity Pavilion African Astronomy and Cosmology by Dr Aunkh Chabalala.

From 26th to 28th of January between 11:00 am and 6:00 pm at the Visitor’s Centre, Auroville Auroville International Potters’ Market

Visitors’ Center, on Saturday 28th of Jan at 7:30 pm Jazz-Café ConcertPresents in collaboration with the Potter’s Market“The funky side of life”

Saturday 28/1/17 at WELL CAFE. Love the dance floor 7.00 PM – DINNER8.30 PM TILL MIDNIGHT -Rock the show with D.J JESSE on the decks. Groovy beats to move your funky feet

Sunday January 29th or Monday January 30thAt 7 pm at The Matrimandir Garden of Unity we are invited to the “Man, sole awake …

On Saturday 28th and 29th January, 2017 (Saturday & Sunday)Time: Play starts at 7 pm at Adishakti TheatreMonkey and The Mobile

Sunday 29th of January at 4pm we can witness New Darkali Sports Track inauguration

Sunday 29th at 4pm at Skate Park near Dehashakti sports ground we are invited to inaguration of the new ramp brought from Aurovelo.

29th January at Solitude Farm at 8pm FUNKY DANCE MUSIC

Capoeira GINGA SAROBA FESTIVAL (27th to 29th of January)Open to regular practitioners only, 3 days of events….With the presence of Mestre Branco, Prof. Pezao, Pé de Bode, Inst. Cameleao, Pierre,… info 9488328435]

Consciousness is a fundamental thing, the fundamental thing in existence -it is the energy , the motion, the movement of consciousness that creates the universe and all that is in it -not only the macrocosm but the microcosm is nothing but consciousness arranging itself. …
SABCL 
Vol 22 236-37

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