2005
Label: Angel Records - 0946 3 54950 2 7 • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic • Style: Breakbeat, Ambient
Sinister Grains - Anoushka Shankar - Rise (CD, Album)

Anoushka Shankar ‎– Rise. Label: Angel Records ‎– srcd, EMI ‎– SRCD Format: CD, Album. Country: Europe. Released: /5(1).

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Rise" on Discogs. Everything Releases Artists Labels. Advanced Search. Menu. Explore Anoushka Shankar – Rise. Label: Angel Records – 5 2 9. Format: CD, Album. Country: US. Released: Rise (CD, Album)Angel Records: 3 2 7: Europe: New.

 · There are prodigies and there is progeny. Anoushka Shankar is both. As the daughter of sitar legend Ravi Shankar, she's got bloodlines and a teacher who is one of the greatest to ever play sitar. While Anoushka has pretty good classical chops (not the best, but pretty good), Rise shows her versatility and growth as a composer, arranger, and producer. The nine-song album features her sitar .

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 · Anoushka Shankar. Asia · On her third studio album, Rise, Anoushka Shankar achieves an impressive, moving fusion of her sitar’s drone with a variety of tempos and outside influences. The set opens with the quiet, meditative “Prayer In Passing” before leaping into the roiling chants of “Red Sun” and “Mahadeva.”.


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3 Replies to “Sinister Grains - Anoushka Shankar - Rise (CD, Album)”

  1. Anoushka Shankar Rise () Ancient Love Beloved Red Sun Sinister Grains Solea Voice of the Moon Beloved (Karsh Kale .

  2.  · While her CD, Rise, is not a solely classical recording, her ability to mix traditional Indian and western influences similarly follows the innovative leanings of her illustrious father. However, for my taste, too much of this recording incorporates jazz stylings, and so it leaves me hoping for more eastern, less western compositions in the future from this rising star and lineage holder/5().

  3.  · At other times, the album seems to float too weightlessly on a cloud of miasma. "Sinister Grains" is a case in point: it's pretty, and certainly well executed. But when it's over, it's hard to remember, as ephemeral as a pleasant summer breeze. "Voice of the Moon" fares somewhat better, more grounded in its Indian-ness, with an arching melody/10(16).

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