SEA OF JOY
Once again audiopharmaceutical travel agent Genetic druGs headed out for musical expeditions in India and Egypt. He met the indian singer Chinmoy Adak from Kolkata, who focused his lifetime on the exploration of West Bengal folk tradition. Chinmoy sang a Baul “Bamboo Song” and poetry from the Bengal philosopher Rabindranath Tagore “Ebar Tor Mora Gangé”.
What started with Genetic druGs first indian trip in 1992 and the album KARMA CLUB in 1994 continues with two more chapters “Karma Club Part 8 & Part 9” with devotional recordings from a puja for the Goddess Sakthi, performed by Chandra Palani and Parameshwari in a local Hindu temple in the South Indian village Mamallapuram near Chennai.
Mohamed Mounir the egyptian pop singer and Genetic druGs friend from Cairo delivered musical poetry from Salah Jahin, “Edaya (Hands in my pockets)”.
The story of the album is framed by two South Indian devotional songs, “Ananda Sagara (Sea Of Joy)” feat. Parameshwari and Kamala Murugasan, dedicated to Lord Krishna and “Namaste Sharada Devi feat. Parameshwari, Kamala Murugasan and Chandra Palani”, dedicated to the Goddess of art Sarasvati.
|01||Ananda Sagara (Sea of Joy)||2:43|
|03||Karma Club Part 8||4:32|
|04||Ebar Tor Mora Gangé||3:12|
|05||Kerala Trip Hop||2:49|
|06||Karma Club Part 9||3:40|
|07||Edaya (Hands in my pockets)||4:05|
|08||Namaste Sharada Devi||1:49|
|09||Ananda Sagara (Sea Of Joy) instrumental||2:43|
|10||Bamboo Song instrumental||3:34|
|11||Ebar Tor Mora Gangé instrumental||3:12|
|12||Edaya (Hands in my pockets) instrumental||4:05|
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