MP3 05 Tala Matrix.mp3 (12.83 MB)

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4 Responses to “TABLA BEAT SCIENCE / “Tala Matrix””

Marian Says:
August 24th, 2005 at 11:41 am

When I’m working after 6 pm, I slip CDs into my PC and exchange the headphones for miniature speakers. Well, this is the CD that brought my Indian co-workers running to my cubicle. They loved it and it is still my favorite for exercising that part of my mind that insists on wandering when I am trying to work.

It is hypnotic, taking control of the back brain and issuing it flamingly happy commands. I take it with me when running the treadmill and a half-hour passes unnoticed. This is my type of meditation music.

ekere Says:
August 25th, 2005 at 11:05 am

I think quite a few musicians in London are not afraid to make stew of ingredients we might never think to put together on the other side of the pond.

My friend, Marque Gilmore, does some beautifully wild stuff with live drum and bass and flutes and chanting from Mali and tablas and cellos and poetry and vocals. It works. Just like this selection.

okyeame Says:
August 26th, 2005 at 5:11 pm

this is by far some of the tightest and must fluid scratching i have ever heard. as with basketball, other folks are showing that conscious discipline can produce phenomenal results and that the american negro does not have a monopoly on greatness in these endeavors. this is really happening.

Feral Says:
July 6th, 2010 at 6:42 am

Well done! In few parts the laya of the tabla floats and is not really pacca according to the beat position.
Sorry to be critic, it is not a question of Zakirbhai or whom have played . It shows that we are human and that ultime and sublime creation can only be done by God!!! We are trying to imitate him….. lol …. We’ll never succeed in that!!! Good luck to us the humans .

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