|Bose, Tanmoy / Solo Tabla|
|Add Date:||2002-09-30||Pull Date:||2002-12-02||Charts:||Reggae/World|
|Week Ending:||1 Dec||24 Nov||10 Nov||13 Oct||6 Oct|
|1.||Oct 04, 2016:||It's Bollywood, It's Hollywood |
|4.||Nov 19, 2013:||It's Bollywood, It's Hollywood |
|2.||Dec 02, 2014:||It's Bollywood, It's Hollywood |
|5.||Dec 17, 2011:||Music Casserole |
|3.||May 13, 2014:||It's Bollywood, It's Hollywood |
|6.||Sep 05, 2009:||Music Casserole |
Tanmoy Bose: Solo Tabla Label: Bol Records (Parag’s label!)|
KZSU's very own Parag Chordia has chosen a virtuoso work by Tanmoy Bose to represent the first release of his Indian classical music label. The liner notes are so informative that there is nothing I can say in this review that would do it justice. All that I know is that this is one of the finest performances of any sort of music I have ever heard. The tabla is taken to new heights by Mr. Bose. Please please play this CD.
1. A long and traditional piece that showcases the full range of tabla capabilities - this is an incredible performance - there are moments of truly inspired tabla play that is out of this world.
2. I get a sense that this piece is more of a technical work; vocal rhythms are matched to the tabla as a sort of supplemental guideline to the rhythmic exploration.
3. This is the most entertaining piece of the CD - it is loose and playful, a real joy to listen to.
4. The ending tabla flourish in this is phenomenal - the rhythmic layers are so dense – is it even possible to move ones hands this fast?