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  • CURRIED JAZZ The Indo British Ensemble

    Anyone have this record, is it any good?
    Looks kinda nice, and it's cheap I believe, always thought about picking it up.
    Last edited by teddyrosso; 04-10-2005, 01:55 PM.
    Buckingham pecker!

  • #2
    Yeah, I'd say it was a good record (assuming you are into that indo-jazz fusion kind of thing).. prices vary widely, so be careful ! I'm sure some of the UK VV'ers should be able to trade you a copy...??



    Personally, I prefer "Ragas & Reflections" on Saga.. Same kinda thing, just I prefer the tracks...
    If you're looking for a pristine copy then this isn't the one for you. The vinyl looks like someone has polished their brickwork with it and the label has been ruined by some fool with a pen.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Sie Vulture
      I'm sure some of the UK VV'ers should be able to trade you a copy...??
      Yeah, I can..
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      • #4
        On a linked point, I prefer Moe's Curried Soul by Moe Koffman (on Kama Sutra). It even has a recipe on the back of the sleeve.

        and a good version of high heeled sneakers.

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        • #5
          Teddy, I have it. It's an OK jazz record.

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          • #6
            i haven't listened to this lp in years, but i always thought that it was very underrated. Maybe something to do with its exploito title and it being on MFP. Anyway, well worth it for Kenny Wheeler's top class input.

            My all time fave Indo-British colab has to be COSMIC EYE on Regal - genius
            http://www.iueke.com/

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            • #7
              Already on the subject of indo jazz. Maybe someone can share some light on this track:

              "Bombay Palace part 1" by Muhavishla Ravi Hatchud & The Indo Jazz Following

              Released on a compilation by outcast, I believe maybe it's just a cover up,
              A phoney track witch might have been recorded not so long ago.

              Linear notes and audio snippet here:
              http://www.outcaste.com/index.cfm?do...e&releaseID=17
              Buckingham pecker!

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              • #8
                cosmic eye - dream sequence

                John Mayer - Violin
                Kesh Sathie - Tabla
                Ray Swinfield - Flute
                C. Taylor - Flute
                D. Wright - Drums
                Alan Branscombe - Saxophone
                Toni Campo - Bass
                Amancio d'Silva - Guitar
                Dave Grossman - Flute
                Viram Jasani - Sitar
                http://www.iueke.com/

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by teddyrosso
                  Already on the subject of indo jazz. Maybe someone can share some light on this track:

                  "Bombay Palace part 1" by Muhavishla Ravi Hatchud & The Indo Jazz Following

                  Released on a compilation by outcast, I believe maybe it's just a cover up,
                  A phoney track witch might have been recorded not so long ago.
                  Those drums sound too modern for a piece they claim is from the mid-70s to me. Compilation sounds good, though - might have to get it!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by iueke
                    cosmic eye - dream sequence

                    John Mayer - Violin
                    Kesh Sathie - Tabla
                    Ray Swinfield - Flute
                    C. Taylor - Flute
                    D. Wright - Drums
                    Alan Branscombe - Saxophone
                    Toni Campo - Bass
                    Amancio d'Silva - Guitar
                    Dave Grossman - Flute
                    Viram Jasani - Sitar

                    What a great line up!!!! Certainly adding that to my want list... Do you know what year it is?
                    "Ridicule is nothing to be scared of"

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                    • #11
                      1972 - its quite rare, a mint copy is usually 250GBP or over.
                      http://www.iueke.com/

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by iueke
                        1972 - its quite rare, a mint copy is usually 250GBP or over.
                        QUITE rare (£250)!!!!! How many REALLY rare LPs do you have????
                        very jealous....
                        "Ridicule is nothing to be scared of"

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by iueke
                          cosmic eye - dream sequence

                          John Mayer - Violin
                          Kesh Sathie - Tabla
                          Ray Swinfield - Flute
                          C. Taylor - Flute
                          D. Wright - Drums
                          Alan Branscombe - Saxophone
                          Toni Campo - Bass
                          Amancio d'Silva - Guitar
                          Dave Grossman - Flute
                          Viram Jasani - Sitar

                          I found this a few month's back on vinyl. Was'nt my cuppa tea so i took a look in the book . Sold it on the bay for £170.00 . The nice part was that the winning bidder was Amancio d'Silva's widow who wrote a letter saying she was on a mission to find all her husbands original releases and to let her know if i came across any in the future.

                          I think that could be one of those one off moments.

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                          • #14
                            Just to fill in a couple of those first names, the flautist is Chris Taylor, the drummer is Dougie Wright - never heard of the LP, but with names like that on it it can't be bad, can it?

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                            • #15
                              It had some good point's but it was just hard work to listen to in that 'oh please just get on with it' kind of way.
                              As you can guess reviewing music is not my strong point.
                              Alright, i thought it was pompous bollocks. There i've said it.

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