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A Tribute to Latin America

On the 18th November 2017, at Pitanga, there was a Tribute to Latin America concert performed by Jivatman (vocals and guitar), Susana (vocals), Rolf (guitar) and Suresh (percussion). It was a very nice turn out and the musicians really took everyone present on a wonderful journey back through time via some classic songs and melodies.

Jazz, Jazz, Jazz#8

Story of classical jazz pieces by jazz masters continues with amazing Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane Epistrophy, Kenny Burrel. Bill Evans, Art Blakey…..and many others.

tracklist
Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane – Trinkle Tinkle
Duke Pearson – Chili Peppers
Ramsey Lewis Trio The ‘In’ Crowd
Kenny Burrell – Midnight Blue
Bobby Timmons – This Here
Gerry Mulligan Quartet – Bernie’s Tune
Coleman Hawkins – Body & Soul
Bill Evans – Waltz For Debby
Benny Goodman – Don’t Be That Way
Jimmy Smith – Walk On The Wild Side
Hank Mobley – Remeber (Irving Berlin)
Art Blakey – Dat Dere
Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane – Epistrophy
Cannonball Adderley – Autumn Leaves
Dave Brubeck – Blue Rondo a la Turk
Jon Hendricks & Friends – Freddie Freeloader
Duke Pearson Trio – Jeannine
Milt Jackson – Bags Groove
Eddie Harris – Theme from Exodus

The Greatest Love Songs of All Time

Tracklist
1. I Wanna Dance With Somebody – Whitney Houston
2. Words – Boyzone
3. Can’t Help Falling In Love – Elvis Presley
4. Baby, It’s Cold Outside – Margaret Whiting and Johnny Mercer
5. Everything I Do, I Do It For You – Bryan Adams
6. Leaving On A Jet Plane – John Denver
7. Hey There Delilah – Plain White T’s
8. I Just Called To Say I Love You – Stevie Wonder
9. Wish You Were Here – Pink Floyd
10. Hey Jude – The Beatles
11. It Must Have Been Love – Roxette
12. Total Eclipse Of The Heart – Bonnie Tyler

Adishakti`s Hindu Nov 2017 Fest Tour by Lail Arad and JF Robitaille

Adishakti is a beautiful place.
As I enter the candle lit area, I feel like coming home, a warm and wordly nest settled in a flourishing garden.
Lail Arad from London and JF Robitaille from Montreal are bringing their `We got it coming` Tour presented by the Hindu Nov 2017 Fest, tonight in Adishakti, an artist and so much more theater hidden somewhere between Pondicherry and Auroville.
A guitar, two voices, a handful of songs, a warmly lit theater, good acoustics and a welcoming audience, is all it needs for an intimate successful evening show.
They set in with a Simon & Garfunkel song, Hello darkness my old friend, which sounds quiet funny and right to the point at 7 pm.
Short songs followed, some written by themselves, some together like We got it coming, some of the old masters as there`s Joni Mitchel, Bob Dylan don`t think twice it`s all right, Smokey Robinson you got a hold on me and Leonard Cohen bird on a wire, all performed with artistry, beauty and wit. Thank you so much.
I can`t wait to see the weekly Adishakti Happenings next February 2018.
So long …..Adishakti!

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, Jazz, Jazz#3

Third part of classical jazz edition features, among others Bud Shank, Nat Afferly, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday….

tracklist
Duke Jordan – Darn That Dream
Bud Shank – All the Things You Are
Al Cohn, Zoot Sims & Phil Woods – Four Brothers
Johnny Otis – Harlem Nocturne
Martial Solal – The Way You Look Tonight
Lennie Tristano – Night In Tunisia
Lionel Hampton – Midnight Sun
Nat Adderley – Work Song
Benny Golson – Killer Joe
Ella Fitzgerald – Mack The Knife
Sergio Mendes – Love for Sale
Eddie Harris – God Bless the Child
Billie Holiday – There Is No Greater Love
Ben Webster – Stardust
Milt Jackson – Love Me Pretty Baby
Don Byas – Laura
Django Reinhardt – I Cover the Waterfront

Electric acts

The second half of the evening proposed Kalabhumi studio residents Swaha Blues Band (Swaha, Edo, Hubert, Ingo, Gerhard and Robert) who tightly performed a soulful set of classic takes on tunes like “House of The Rising Sun”, “Love In Vain” and “Key to the highway” . The closing act of the night featured Dhani Muniz Trio (Dhani, Amando and Suresh) who rocked the house with an array of rock and pop well-known songs.

Unplugged acts

Kalabhumi goes Live this October started off with Shalini and Sandeep offering a delightful acoustic set where tunes in different languages were sang accompanied by classical guitar and accordion. The evening proceeded with Joshua inviting us into his lyrical songwriting and emotional solo performance. The first part of the evening closed with a rhythmical crescendo steeped in Indian traditional music led by Ray on electric veena and Suresh on cajun first and drum kit later on.

Five Twenty One Equals Eight

In today’s music edition we continue with free and avantgarde jazz – Roscoe Mitchell as one of the key figures in the genre, and Antohony Braxton who’s music is difficult to categorize, and because of this, he likes to refer to his works (and the works of his collaborators and students) as simply “creative music”. He has claimed in numerous interviews that he is not a jazz musician, though many of his works have been jazz and improvisation oriented, and he has released many albums of jazz standards.

tracklist
Roscoe Mitchell (with Anthony Braxton) – Composition One (40Q) 1978
Roscoe Mitchell (with Anthony Braxton – Five Twenty One Equals Eight
Rosoce Mitchell & Kikanju Baku
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Roscoe Mitchell / Marco Zurzolo / Famoudou Don Moye Quintet “OM”
Roscoe Mitchell & The Note Factory “Step One, Two, Three”
Roscoe Mitchell Quartet – Tnoona
Roscoe Mitchell Sextet – Ornette
The Roscoe Mitchell Art Ensemble – Tatas-Matoes
Art Ensemble Of Chicago – Theme de Yoyo
Max Roach & Anthony Braxton – Birth
The Art Ensemble of Chicago – Nonaah
Anthony Braxton Quartet: Ju-Ju (W. Shorter)

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