Psych Funk Sa-Re-Ga! Seminar: Aesthetic Expressions Of Psychedelic Funk Music In India 1970-1983

World Psychedelic Funk Classics
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  • 1. The Black Beats – The Mod Trade
  • 2. X'Lents – Psychedelia
  • 3. Kalyanji Anandji – Somebody to Love (Edit)
  • 4. Kalyanji Anandji – Bairaag Dance Music (Edit)
  • 5. R.D. Burman – Dance Music From Hare Rama Hare Krishna
  • 6. R.D. Burman feat. Asha Bhosle and Kishore Kumar – Lekar Ham Diwana Dil
  • 7. R.D. Burman – Freak Out Music
  • 8. Bappi Lahari – Everybody Dance With Me
  • 9. Kalyanji Anandji – Dharmatma Theme Music
  • 10. Asha Bhosle With R.D. Burman – Dum Maro Dum Live (Edit)
  • 11. Usha Khanna – Hotel Incidental Music (Edit)
  • 12. Klaus Doldinger – Sitar Beat
  • 13. Sapan Jagmohan feat. Mohd. Rafi and Pankaj Mittra – Meri Aakhon Mein Ek Sapna Hai (Edit)
  • 14. Keith Kanga – Butterfly (Version Two) (Edit)
  • 15. Atomic Forest – Mary Long
  • 16. Usha Khanna – Tera Jasia Pyara Koi Nahin
  • 17. Hemant Bhosle feat. Asha Bhosle – Phir Teri Yaad
  • 18. R.D. Burman feat. Asha Bhosle – Aaj Mera Dil
  • 19. Kalyanji Anandji w/ Manhar & Anand – Hum Tumhe Chate Hain (Edit)
  • 20. Ilaiyaraaja feat. Vani Jairam and Chorus – Thanimayil

Twenty Indian Psych-funk masterpieces from the label that brought you Psych-Funk 101 and Brazilian Guitar Fuzz Bananas!!!

Much of the music on this compilation that covers the "golden years" of the movement (from approximately 1970 until 1982) and springs from the Bollywood film industry. Thus, Psych Funk Sa Re Ga! compiles some of the work of composers such as R.D. Burman and the brothers known as Kalyanji Anandji – specifically their experiments in the fusion of India's classical traditions of Hindustani and Carnatic music, folk music such as bhangra and dandiya and Western psychedelia and funk music.

Psych Funk Sa Re Ga! also includes off the beaten path Indian experiments in Psych Funk – for example, two songs from the Simla Beat garage-psych albums, and an oft-heard Deep Purple cover by the ground-breaking Atomic Forest – alongside examples of the Indian Psych Funk influence on European 70s musicians. Throughout the extensive liner notes – many of which delve into the history of the musicians and ensembles behind these little-heard classics – World Psychedelic Funk Classics attempts to broaden the definition of global psychedelia and shine light on the Indian progenitors of some of the wildest, funkiest, fuzziest music this world has ever heard.

Includes lavish deluxe 52-page booklet with detaled annotation plus never-before-seen photos and ephemera.