Friday, May 7, 2010

Tagore



This record has been dwelling up in the shelf for more than 10 years without futher notice. Back in the days when I tried to find as much Dauner as possible (he's a genius) I also found this goodie, but I was more into Dauner's freaky LPs like Oimels or Output and so I probably wasn't listening to this here LP more than once. Just a little too relaxed for my imago of Mr. Dauner at that time (also I have avoided Charlie Mariano LPs back then ;). Times have changed and so has taste. For heaven's sake the record was still up there and to heaven the ears went when the record finally got some play and a patient listener. Don't know if this will appeal to the "masses" of downloaders, but if you can take some spiritual and calm music with indian influences, you're definitely not going wrong with this one.
Wolfgang Dauner and Charlie Mariano - Tagore.
Music from the film ICH WOLLTE SEIN EINE LANDSCHAFT
in rememberance of RABINDRANATH TAGORE.
A Film by Durga Shankar Ghosh, produced by SDR T.V. Stuttgart.
Cheers!

19 comments:

Alexey said...

wow... have been waiting for this one! thank you, man. where's the link? : )

basso said...

it's coming ...

basso said...

http://rapidshare.com/files/384076285/TAGORE.zip

Alexey said...

a thousand thanks, basso. you're the man!

basso said...

Enjoy : )

nastyskimmedmilk said...

heavenly! thanx!

Reza said...

looks just my cuppa tea , am a total Dauner fan , have you heard him on Kenyatta's Martinique album

basso said...

Yes! The second part of "Thank you Jesus" sounds like it has been recorded in the Output session.... plus Kenyatta'S lovely flute that I prefer to his sax ; )

H.K said...

cool... don't know who the artists are but i'm looking forward to this one... cheers Basso!

timothy said...

looks rad! thanks basso.

Solomon said...

Thank you.

Amacord said...

missed this one, thx for putting it up :)

Zeroy said...

This is a beauty. These jazz cats are leaning way toward the East. This would have been a fascinating session to catch live. Badly need to get my time-machine repaired . . .
Thanks Basso!

Michael said...

Many thanks!

Anonymous said...

Many Thanks - That's the music I would like to listen to while I'm concentrated to study. Right post dude. Ale55

Anonymous said...

Oh this is great! It totally goes in the spirit of ECM label. I like it.
God bless you!

Anonymous said...

Since i have this cd in my stock - maybe 15 years - this is one of my alltime favorites! when i take it one or two times a year, it stays in the cd-player for some days. great meditative stuff.

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