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martes, 9 de octubre de 2018

VA • Psych Funk Sa-Re-Ga! Funk Music in India 1970-1983



Review by John Bush 
By the end of the 2000s, compilations of non-Western psychedelic music were becoming a dime-a-dozen propositions, while Bollywood compilations were getting even cheaper yet. Psych-Funk Sa-Re-Ga! Seminar outdoes the low expectations of both, stretching the boundaries of Bollywood exploitation music, and also featuring a set of '60s/'70s Indian pop at its finest, courtesy of producers extraordinary R.D. Burman and the brothers team known as Kalyanji Anandji (with multiple tracks each). Unlike most discs of this sort, the compilers at World Psychedelic Funk Classics are experts, well used to digging deep into the dustbins of history throughout Southeast Asia. Aptly, this collection is structured more like a film soundtrack than a run of singles, beginning with two scene-setting instrumentals (including a surfsploitation gem by a group called X'Lents) before splashing in with five tracks from the producers above in all their frenetic, chaotic multi-layered glory. True playback singers aren't common here (just Asha Bhosle on several tracks), but that serves the disc well; digging as deep as this, and providing a seminar on Bollywood soundtracks and the psychedelic scene around India during the '70s makes for a much more distinctive compilation. Highlights will vary from listener to listener based on whether your tastes lie in traditional Bollywood, psych-funk curios, or '60s exploitation (here courtesy of some remarkably garagey instrumentals), but shining above the pack are discoveries like Burman's "Freak Out Music" (which is exactly that), and Bappi Lahari's "Everybody Dance with Me" (reminiscent of "In A-Gadda-Da-Vida" gone Indian). https://www.allmusic.com/album/psych-funk-sa-re-ga%21-seminar-aesthetic-expressions-of-psychedelic-funk-music-in-india-1970-1983-mw0002082661


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Tracks:
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 Hara Rama Hara Krischna        
6 - R. D. Burman – 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 – Meri Aakhon Mein Ek Sapna Hai (Edit)        
14 - Keith Kanga – Butterfly (Version Two)        
15 - Atomic Forest – Mary Long        
16 - Usha Khanna – Tera Jasia Pyara Koi Nahin        
17 - Hemant Bhosle – Phir Teri Yaad        
18 - R. D. Burman – Aaj Mera Dil        
19 - Kalyanji Anandji w/ Manhar & Anand – Hum Tumhe Chate Hain (Edit)        
20 - Ilaiyaraaja – Thabimayil

Label: World Psychedelic Funk Classics ‎– WPFC 103, World Psychedelic Funk Classics ‎– TIF 103
Released: 2010
Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul, Pop, Folk, World, & Country, Stage & Screen
Style: Funk, Psychedelic, Bollywood, Soundtrack



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