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9 thoughts on “ The Beat Goes On - Talvin Singh - Ha (CD, Album) ”

  1. Nelabar says:
    Mar 26,  · The Beat Goes On Cello – Laura Fairhurst Keyboards, Programmed By – Talvin Singh Keyboards, Programmed By, Arranged By [Strings], Vocoder – Brad Somatik* Percussion [Egyptian] – Roni Barrak* Viola – Sophie Sarota Violin – Ingrid Button, Sarah Button Vocals – Samar Estaphane Vocals, Written-By – Cleveland Watkiss: 4: Uphold/5(70).
  2. Groktilar says:
    Dhol [Dholak], Tabla, Programmed By – Talvin Singh Keyboards, Vocoder, Programmed By – Brad Somatik* Other [Swarleen] – Rajendra Singh Percussion – Deepak Borkar Vocals, Sarangi – Ustad Sultan Khan Written-By – B. Munn*, T. Singh*, S. Khan* 3: The Beat Goes On Cello – Laura Fairhurst Keyboards, Programmed By – Talvin Singh.
  3. Muramar says:
    Check out Ha! by Talvin Singh on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on talsympwalibuli.puttvabwallveponcisolezytofouli.co The Beat Goes On (/10): The strangest of the lot. And probably the most likeable. (8/10): Not a really great song, but very amusing to listen to. It is more offbeat than all others in the album. Probably Talvin wanted to add a /5(28).
  4. Mer says:
    13 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Talvin Singh - Ha at Discogs. /5().
  5. Mell says:
    Find Talvin Singh discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Talvin Singh discography, albums and singles on AllMusic Tabla Beat Science. Submit Corrections. Ha! Island Back to Mine: DMC Vira: Navras Records.
  6. Keshicage says:
    The Beat Goes On (/10): The strangest of the lot. And probably the most likeable. It starts so weirdly and then blends seamlessly with the main music. This is definitely a perfect set up for some retro dancing. Cool song really. Uphold (/10): Wow. The beat is simply tremendous/5(28).
  7. Kigabar says:
    Singh created a fusion of Indian bhangra music and drum'n'bass electronica in addition to achieving fame his remixes for Bjork, David Bowie and LTJ Bukem to name a few. This release features a whole host of musicians from the classical music scene of India. 11 tracks including the /5(27).
  8. Vurn says:
    But none can come up to the critical acclaim of Talvin Singh as the maestro of fusion. And if a man follows up with something so original as Ha, then you know he is something special. And special he is. I'll rate the songs individually so that you will get a good idea of Talvin's versatility/5(27).
  9. Jushakar says:
    The Beat Goes On (/10): The strangest of the lot. And probably the most likeable. It starts so weirdly and then blends seamlessly with the main music. This is definitely a /5(27).

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