26 March 2005

  Chandra, Sheila

In the earlier recordings, Sheila Chandra illustrates the idea of moving between various traditions in one person: in the later ones, she develops "attentive waiting" for harmonies and melodies emerging from the singer.


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With the Ganges Orchestra.

Total Playing Time: 47:29
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2001          £15  

Out On My Own

The highly anticipated re-issue of Sheila Chandra's first solo album (1984). Tablas, keyboards, guitars, sitars provide the backing for Chandra's evocative vocals, pointing the way forward to her ground-breaking experiments with voice and sound.
2000          £14  

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1996          £15  

Moonsung

Compilation.
1994          £15  

The Zen Kiss
1994          £15  

Weaving my Ancestors' Voices
1992          £13  

Quiet

The highly anticipated re-issue of agroundbreaking recording (1984) by Sheila Chandra, an early pioneer of British Indipop music and one of the most recognised world music artists.

close your eyes and delve into the mesmerising stream of beguiling wordless vocals blended seamlessly with instrumentation in ten incredible ambient soundscapes.
          £14  



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