Bill Buchen | Bandit Queen

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Bandit Queen

by Bill Buchen

Journey to the Land of Groove, World Jazz Electronica influenced by India, Funk, New Orleans, and Jazz.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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1. Bombay Boogaloo (feat. Steve Gorn)
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2. Paradigm Shift (feat. Steve Gorn)
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3. Floodplain (feat. Steve Gorn)
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4. Afrosphere (feat. Steve Gorn)
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5. Sockeye (feat. Steve Gorn)
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6. In the Pocket (feat. Dale Kleps)
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7. Bandit Queen (feat. Dale Kleps)
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8. Broadway Boogaloo (feat. Dale Kleps)
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9. Nebulae (feat. Roger Lipson)
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10. Sete Cinqo Seis (feat. Dale Kleps)
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11. Translucent Blue (feat. Dale Kleps)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Journey to the Land of Groove with Bandit Queen. Welcome to Mr. Raga's Neighborhood, filled with tablas and grooves from around the world: Dehli to New York with a stop in New Orleans LIlting Indian Bansuri Bamboo Flute, Sitar, Bass Clarinet and Alto flute round out the sonic tapestry. World Jazz Electronica influenced by India. Funk, Afrobeat, New Orleans, and Jazz.


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Percussionist and pianist Bill Buchen is one of New York City's best kept secrets, a talent deserving of more and
further recognition. I've seen Buchen perform in New York venues and his playing has always been of the highest caliber. This CD, "Bandit Queen" is over due. It will provide music listeners the opportunity to hear, appreciate and enjoy this wonderful musician and his unique compositions on his latest CD "Bandit Queen." Pay particular attention to ”Bombay Boogaloo.”
“Bandit Queen” is a must for listening lists.