quinta-feira, 15 de janeiro de 2009

Sagram - Pop Explosion Sitar Style From Sagram (1972 UK Psychedelic Sitar Rock)

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EXCELENTE DISCO SOLO DE CLEM ALFORD MEMBRO DA BANDA MAGIC CARPET COM INFLUÊNCIAS ORIENTAIS!! COM O NOME DA BANDA CHAMADA DE "SAGRAM" O CARA TOCA UMA SÍTARA MUITO LEGAL E VIAJANTE!! O ALBUM É BASICAMENTE SÍTARA, TABLA E GUITARRA MESCLANDO PSICODELIA COM MÚSICA ORIENTAL DA MAIS ALTA QUALIDADE!! VENENO CHAPANTE E ALTAMENTE RECOMENDADO PRA QUEM GOSTA DE UMA BOA SÍTARA!! UM INCENSO, UM VINHO...!! PRA VIAJAR NO COSMOS NÃO PRECISA GASOLINA JÁ DIZIA NOSSO GRANDE NEI LISBOA!!

Clem Alford was a classically-trained sitar player who spent time in India to enhance his knowledge of Indian classical music prior to joining the interesting but short-lived Magic Carpet in the early seventies. Upon their demise he recorded two solo albums of sitar music which are not easy to track down. The first is now a collector's item, and has been reissued on CD with additional material. The second, which is even harder to find, was recorded exclusively for use in music libraries. Prior to this in 1972 he'd recorded an album under the name Sagram. ("Tapestry of Delights", by Vemon Joynson)

In 1970 he formed a group named Sargam with two other musicians - Jim Moyes (guitar) and Keshav Sathe (tabla) - and this innovative trio (see picture above) recorded an album inappropriately released as Pop Explosion Sitar Style! under the band name Sagram, misspelt by the Windmill recording company, which issued the recording without the band's consent or knowledge. This LP has since become highly collectable and is offered for sale here today.

01 - Becky's Dance
02 - Morning Glory
03 - Night King
04 - Heavenly Feeling
05 - Floating Haze
06 - The Universal Form

Musicians:
Clem Alford (sitar)
Jim Moyes (guitar)
Keshav Sathe (tabla)

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