Al Gromer Khan | KULA JAZZ    Tantric Miniatures

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KULA JAZZ Tantric Miniatures

by Al Gromer Khan

an ambient jazz album, seductive and cool that honours the female principle
Genre: Jazz: Cool Jazz
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1. Marva Jazz
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2. What Is Here (Is also There)
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3. Black Raga
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4. Mother of Pearl (Keep This Dog Warm)
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5. Paisley Malhar
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6. Kula Jazz (She Gave Me The Fruit And I Have Eaten)
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7. A Marva Miniature
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8. Ahir News
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9. "O meine Königin (möge der König langer Tage sich an deinem heiligen Schoß erfreuen)"
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10. Urban Blue
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11. Kula Devi (Flowers for)
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12. Procession for Aldous Huxley
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an ambient jazz album, seductive and cool that honours the female principle

Review Chris Spector MIDWEST RECORD:
AL GROMER KHAN/Kula Jazz: While some hide behind ars gratia artis, others have the touch and depth to continue to confound and surprise no matter where the muse takes them and aren't bounded by time. The companion piece to an art installation, this is like the 50s world jazz east meets west stuff as filtered through contemporary ears and electronics by and old pro that doesn't let the dust settle on him. Less mainstream than his creations for American, mainstream new age labels, this is straight up incense, colored lights and tea music that has mellow and head music tattooed all over it. Get out the silk robes and pillows and let the buzz begin.
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