Susheela Raman ‎– Salt Rain

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Narada World ‎– 72438-50955-2-8, Virgin ‎– VNDC109
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1 Ganapati
Drums – Marque GilmoreSinging Bowls – Aref Durvesh
6:40
2 Maya
Clarinet – Manos Achalinotopoulos
4:35
3 Mamavatu 3:52
4 Woman
Percussion [Egyptian Percussion] – Hossam RamzyVocals [Vocal FX Solo] – Sandhya Sanjana
4:24
5 Mahima
Drums – Marque Gilmore
7:30
6 Trust In Me
Harp – Julia ThorntonPercussion [Egyptian Percussion] – Hossam Ramzy
3:21
7 Bolo Bolo
Lyre [Nyatiti] – Ayub Ogada
2:10
8 Salt Rain
Keyboards – Don Dieu Le Divin*Percussion [Cajon] – Michel Fernandez
4:40
9 Kamakshi
Clarinet – Manos Achalinotopoulos
4:51
10 Nagumomo
Acoustic Bass – Hilaire PendaElectric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Don Dieu Le Divin*
4:47
11 O Rama
Vocals, Lyre [Nyatiti] – Ayub Ogada
4:52
12 Song To The Siren 3:16

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Recorded, edited, and mixed at Real World Studios.
Salt Rain edited at Bellaphonix.
Manos Achalinotopoulos recorded at Bellaphonix.
Cello recorded by Rob Keloch at The Sound Studio, London.

(P)(C) 2001 Narada Productions, Inc.

Printed in the EU
Made in the EU

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 24385 09552 8
  • Barcode (String): 724385095528
  • Label Code: LC 03098
  • Distribution Code (UK): VNDC109
  • Price Code (France): PM502
  • Matrix / Runout: EMI UDEN 8509552 @ 1 1-1-22-NL
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L045
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1534

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72438-50955-2-8 Susheela Raman Salt Rain(CD, Album) Narada World 72438-50955-2-8 US 2001 Sell This Version
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Cyrilnoya

Cyrilnoya

February 8, 2017
It will be very interesting to reissue this album in vinyl
Snowball69

Snowball69

August 21, 2015
I don't know how people listen to music, but the central foundation of this CD aren't in the styles. Vocals and instrumentations are based strictly on traditional indian music, There are no Lounge here, a bit too hard edge even in the smooth parts. There is no orchestration of acid jazz, which require hip hop and i still search. Ethearal maybe, neofolk in a way. This is pure fusion world music pop. some roots in the 50 and 60 french jazzy pop, last word being more important than jazz. The fact that the styles written refutes the foundation of the indian music and put many others that aren't visceral to here makes me feel bad for this superb production and creation.