Bandyopadhyay, Sangeeta / Bhakti: Sound Of The Soul
Album:Bhakti: Sound Of The Soul Collection:World
Artist:Bandyopadhyay, Sangeeta Added:Mar 2006

A-File Activity
Add Date:2008-04-20 Pull Date:2008-06-22 Charts:Reggae/World
Week Ending:Jun 8Jun 1May 11May 4Apr 27

Recent Airplay
1.Jan 24, 2017:Emergency Crew - For Kamla
Bhaji Mana Nandanandana Charana
4.Jul 18, 2009:Music Casserole
Jagata Me Jhuthi Dekhi Prit
2.Mar 04, 2014:Global Bollywood Carnaval
Bhaji Mana Nandanandana Charana
5.Feb 21, 2009:Music Casserole
Rama Simara
3.Aug 14, 2010:Music Casserole
Jagata Me Jhuthi Dekhi Prit
6.Jun 06, 2008:Memory Select
Darasa Bina Dukhana Lage Nayan

Album Review
Craig Matsumoto
Reviewed 2008-04-19 
Indian vocal music. Sweet yet powerful singer backed by a small combo including santoor, violin, tabla. Most tracks develop a solid mid/fast beat but carry a proud, slowish feel. Bandyopadhyay is the daughter of tabla master Pandit Sankha Chatterjee, who plays on here.

UPDATE: Wow, apparently she's on the new William Parker jazz album, "Double Sunrise over Neptune."

... and also

1- Processional: Steady mid/fast beat that feels slowish. Interesting minor-key tones
2- Steady midtempo beat, after a floating intro, quite nice
3- Patient and grand. Builds energy after a placid start.
4- Slowish and sparse; crooning vocal and splashes of sitar. Tabla joins later for a mildly driven beat.
5- Mid/fast tempo but a slowish feel, maybe a bit melancholy.
6- Grand swirling feel, slowish.

Track Listing
1.Bhaji Mana Nandanandana Charana 4.Rama Sumirana Karaho Jagachari
2.Jagata Me Jhuthi Dekhi Prit 5.Rama Simara
3.Darasa Bina Dukhana Lage Nayan 6.Pravu Maye Ghulam