|Artist:||Band, Mekaal Hasan||Added:||Aug 2015|
|Add Date:||2015-08-21||Pull Date:||2015-10-23||Charts:||Reggae/World|
|Week Ending:||Oct 11||Oct 4||Sep 27||Sep 20||Sep 13||Sep 6|
|1.||Mar 07, 2022:||Melange (rebroadcast from Oct 1, 2015)
|4.||Aug 21, 2021:||Music Casserole (rebroadcast from Oct 10, 2015)
|2.||Mar 07, 2022:||funk to folk (rebroadcast from Oct 1, 2015)
|5.||Aug 16, 2021:||Melange (rebroadcast from Oct 1, 2015)
|3.||Sep 09, 2021:||funk to folk (rebroadcast from Oct 1, 2015)
|6.||Aug 16, 2021:||funk to folk (rebroadcast from Oct 1, 2015)
If you like Indian classical music fused with electric guitar/flute and rock then you will enjoy listening to this album
**1. Ghunghat means veil, and I guess this is an apt title for an album that lifts the veil on South Asian music scene & show the fusion of traditional music with rock. This track reflects those influences.
2. The soothing & beautiful sounds of bansuri or the bamboo flute draws you in to this track. It alternates between being a soft & melodious track to a rock track esp when you hear the loud, electric guitar riffs.
3. Chatterji’s is a fantastic singer, but I found the electric guitar a bit distracting.
**4. This track has more of a Punjabi influence & it works. Love the flute.
**5. This is an interesting track where the mix of traditional and rock works.
6. Chatterji’s voice draws you into this fusion track,where again the rock & traditional music from South Asia works.
***7. Starts slow & pick up steam. Chatterji is brilliant. The electric guitar does not overpower like it does in some tracks.
***8. Starts of in a soft way, almost like a ghazal with just a piano for accompaniment in the start & is joined by flute & percussion. Flautist Muhammad Ahsan Papu is delightful.
Kamla August 2015