Krishna Lila
 : Krishna Lila

variant image

by: DJ Cheb I Sabbah

Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: DJ Cheb, Sabbah
EAN: 0657036106628
Format: Import
Item Dimensions: 4550017575
Label: Six Degrees
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Six Degrees
Model: 2092332
MPN: 1774186
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: June 04, 2002
Publisher: Six Degrees
Release Date: December 10, 2006
Studio: Six Degrees

Disc 1:
  1. Narajanma Bandage
  2. Violin Solo
  3. Maname Diname
  4. Anjali
  5. Raja Vedalu
  6. Lagi Lagam
  7. Tum Bin Shyam
  8. Rupa Tujhe Deva
  9. Govinda
Related Items: Alternate Versions: Click to Display

Browse for similar items by category: Click to Display

Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Krishna Lila marks the latest incarnation of DJ Cheb i Sabbah's unique musical vision in which the beautiful classical music of South Asia is merged with the world of "DJ Science." This long awaited release is the final installment in a triology that began with 1999s immensley popular shri durga and continued with the remix collection MahaMaya released the following year.
Unlike many who enter the treacherous realm of dance that combines club rhythms with world music aesthetics, DJ Cheb I Sabbah forgets about "synergy" and trusts the source material and his own musical voice to provide the dance floor impetus. Long stretches of Krishna Lila are lifted straight from the sitar-driven classical-folk Indian traditions of Ravi Shankar, Ashwin Batish, and the Middle Eastern tabla rhythms of master percussionists like Zakir Hussain. Even more so than 1999's Shri Durga, Sabbah lends only very subtle production touches to his ragas and drones, spending Lila's running time in a confident glaze. The approach succeeds by recognizing the inherent beats already present and implied in the rich texture of Hindustani musical culture. Durga had its more mix-oriented follow-up in Maha Maya, so perhaps Sabbah will release a similar companion piece for this record. Until then, he leaves a pack of confused DJs in his wake, while he tries to liberate the tin from some of dance music's more robotically compliant ears. --Matthew Cooke

Average Rating: none

Home | Reviews | Artists | Video | Shop | Links | Contact Us | Cozmik Toys | Indigo Tunes | Taliesin Records | In Association With |
Copyright 2010-2014 CD Maximum
CD Maximum Metal and Rock Video
    View Cart / Checkout  
    Hobby Shop  
    Kitchen & House  
    Musical Instruments  
    Office Products  
    Outdoor Living  
    Sporting Goods  
    Studio Equipment  
    Tools & Equipment  
    Video Games