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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

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

Obiero

In today’s musical edition we are featuring a mixture some of the Afrikan classical music, and some other,  among others Ba Cissoko, Basekou Kouyate, Chiwomiso, Konono No.1,

tracklist
Ba Cissoko – Bambo
King Ayisoba ft. Kontihene, Kwabena Kwabena & Kwaku T – Modern Ghanaians
Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba – Abe Sumaya
Babadi – les espoirs de coronthie
Fela Kuti – Shakara
Lansine Kouyate – David Neerman – Djanfa Magni
Chiwoniso Maraire – Gomo – Rebel woman
Konono no. 1 – Konono Wa Wa Wa
Emmanuel Jal feat. Abdel Gadir Salim – Baai
Ayub Ogada – Obiero (African Angels)
Sona Jobarteh – Gambia
Toumani Diabates – Single
Ali Boulo Santo – Kaladioula
Ablaye Cissoko & Volker Goetze – Domain Domain
Daoui – Maalem Benaissa
Ali Farka Toure & Toumani Diabate – Sabu Yerkoy
Ba Cissoko with Tiken Jah Fakoly


Comments: 0 Date: 14 May 2017

Unvironments 4: Arcadia

The Unstitute (UK artists Marianna and Daniel) continues its sonic exploration of meditative landscapes, this time invoking the legendary ‘golden country’ of Arcadia, ancient Greece, and latent parallels with the Aurovilian project.

In Arcadia, the artists become resonant chambers of mentation, projecting internal worlds onto external landscapes, and vice versa. The ‘ideal country’ of legend is only a tenuous, transient moment existing somewhere between the interplay of external vibration and internal frequency. The dissolution of the parameters of inner and outer – as the ego recognizes its own displacement into fiction, fear or fantasy – is the frequency which we have tried to bring you.

This new type of semi-audible space, constructed from audible fractals and projections, echoes of selves creating selves, voices trapped in a chamber of perfect reverberation, evolving into Mandelbrotian sound hallucinations, shall be called an ‘Egoscape’.


Comments: 0 Date: 16 Feb 2016

Diwali in Rock

It was a joyful evening in music under heavy rain where the Diwali Celebration has happened at Sri Aurobindo Auditorium past Monday, 9th of November. Anna Taj Band performed a selection of pop, rock, reggae and funky songs from her repertoire. Edo and Pierre accompanied her on guitars, Agni on keyboard, Saga on bass, Ingo on harp, Saravanam on drums and Alejandro on percussion. As a special appearance Margherita has sung with Anna and the band.


Comments: 1 Date: 17 Nov 2015

Awakening of the voice & hearing

This workshop, a part of the Saarang festival, is about how one becomes conscious of one’s own voice and the ear and working on them from within the body to make them useful in any field of work, be it as a singer, an orator, a hawker, a manager, a teacher or lecturer, an actor or any other profession.
It helps to know how and when to use them as an expression or an arm, and also to know the power of silence that lies within our Voice. Tapan introduces the participants to exercises and methods to be conscious of their voice.


Comments: 0 Date: 06 Feb 2015

Songbird Girls

Deepanam School. Ahilya, 14 years old, and Hannah and Meera, 13 years old, are three songbird girls in the forest of Auroville. They love to sing and to share their passion with you.
If you sing, it doesnt mean you have to be famous. If you are a singer you just sing, affirms Hannah. And what better singing school than your own bathroom, adds Ahilya, a self-confessed, self-taught shower singing professional.

Just open your heart again to the simple joy of singing whenever, whatever, wherever, as it will make your day better, all three girls agree.
Here, Meera, the interviewer, joins the other two in singing about youth and strength, love and feelings life. So, welcome to open your ears to the magical voices of the songbird girls!


Comments: 0 Date: 24 Jan 2014

Hand Made Radio Experience

This week end nine people from Auroville participated to an original workshop in CRIPA. They call it handmade radio art. This workshop has been proposed by three sound artists from France (Elisabeth Gilly, Hlne Coeur and Chlo Sanchez) who monthly produce this kind of radio program on Radio Campus Paris (France) and call it : La radio cousue main. They proposed to go back to the early radio days when there were no

recording or editing, where all speakers, journalist, actor, or buzzer were around one mono microphone and everything was live. In this workshop participants were introduced to the principles of Handmade Radio, with exercises that explore distance to the microphone by using only voices and bodies. After that, participants were invited to create a radio program for a live performance.
The event was set as a radio form meaning that the audience couldnt see the performer but only hear them through speakers.
From a hidden space participants were performing live their own compositions by using handmade radio techniques.
Curious ? Get ready and listen Radio CRIPA !


Comments: 0 Date: 18 Aug 2013

12.12.12. for the Unity

Unity Gathering 12.12.12. at Matrimandir Unity Garden last night started with offerings and young children’s unfolding movement dressed in rainbow colored costumes. Some acrobatics accepted joyfully by the gathered community was followed with Aloe and Arthur singing Imagine (John Lennon). While small candles were lithe community slowly moved toward the Banyan tree to offer light for our Unity.The’ Russian Bells resonated at the area interwove children voices, steps, prayers, thoughts …


Comments: 0 Date: 12 Dec 2012

Christmas Carol

In two days of very intense and various Christmas fair events at Youth Center we had a chance to see, participate, taste …so much…and amongst others Suryan into a pleasant surprise to many decided to bring joy with his sweet voice. He accompanied himself on guitar, as usual, and later on Nico joined him with rhythm – percussion part of the performance. Although it was an open show – jam session, no one else didn’t have the courage to join them on the stage. And what started as a sweet soft signing, ended as a lyrics powerful, and rhythmic encouraging mood to the party …


Comments: 0 Date: 25 Dec 2010
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