Kamal Heer | Jinday Ni Jinday

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Jinday Ni Jinday

by Kamal Heer

Kamal Heer is one of the best singers Punjab has ever produced. His latest album Jinday Ni Jinday shows a huge spectrum of his musical ability. The songs of this album range from heart pumping beats to semi-classical live recording with Ustad Tari Khan.
Genre: World: Indian Pop
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1. Pendu Jatt
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3:46 $0.99
2. Jinday Ni Jinday
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5:01 $0.99
3. Mul Morta
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3:58 $0.99
4. Haal Puchh Lai
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4:57 $0.99
5. Ik Boli
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4:04 $0.99
6. Chetay Kareen
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5:25 $0.99
7. Nashedi Dil
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8. Punjab
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Album Notes
Jinday Ni Jinday is a versatile album of a versatile artist. The music of this album is quite different than Kamal Heer's other albums. Jinday Ni Jinday may establish a new mile stone in Punjabi Bhangra music 'sound'. The composer Sangtar has already proved it many times before that his whims can start trends.
This album has five dance songs, Pendu Jatt, Mul Morta, Ik Boli, Haal Puchh Lai and Nashedi Dil, two ballads Jinday ni Jinday and Chete Kareen and one live recording with world famous Tabla virtuoso Ustad Tari Khan. This is the first time when any classical tabla player has ever played this famous 7/4 Punjabi folk beat called dhaia. The division of this taal is interesting, 4 beats in first 3 and last 4 divided into two sections. As always Ustad tari Khan took his liberties to add color to the flow of this taal and made it much more beautiful.
The bulk of this album was recorded with world class live musicians in Bombay. To read more about the recording process please visit this link: http://blog.sangtar.com/?p=746
To view videos of this album, please visit our site or our You Tube channel at youtube.com/plasmarecords.


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