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Jai Uttal — Lake Of Exploits
Album: Beggars And Saints
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4.8

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Total ratings: 304









Released: 1995
Length: 4:30
Plays (last 30 days): 1
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Play more Indian music please
perfect tune and title  while I'm working on a cyber security hacking presentation about exploits in websites.....
one of the better jai tracks I've heard. 
 zaebb wrote:
 

Adventure Time is so awesome, and this GIF is nearly perfectly timed to the beat of this tune (only slightly ahead of the tempo).
 percolator wrote:
Originally Posted by ncollingridge: Tracks like this justify the eclectic description of the programming. One of the reasons I listen to RP is to hear new and interesting stuff - where else would I get to hear a track like this?
Ditto ditto! Plus, framed on either side by Loreena McKennit and the Grateful Dead. Find me commercial station on the planet that would/could do that.
 

KCRW Eclectic 24... but Paradise is now LOSSLESS!!!! woo hooooo....
+1 for the shredder 

Might I suggest some A.R. Rahman if we are going to do this genre.

Boring
BillG wrote:
vi humor. doesn't get much geekier than that :-)
Emacs forever!! I think that regular expression format is used pretty widely... Perl... sed... etc.
Jai Uttal is an American born in New York City.
CaptTofu wrote:
s/Turkish/Indian/
vi humor. doesn't get much geekier than that :-)
Seriously guys, there's much better music coming from India. This is what would entice the 'karma-tourist' coming to India for a month, IMNSHO. As for me, this reminds me of some cheap orchestra playing at an Indian wedding. That said, some of the comments here cracked me up. I mean, come on guys... Saddam, Osama? Jeez!
masterhead wrote:
What is wrong? You need the anglo saxon filter for you to digest?
no, those vocals suck though
I love Indian and Arabic music (I've traveled fairly extensively), but there's a much better rendition of this song on a compilation CD put out by the jazz magazine Jazzis. It's purely instrumental except for the background chanting. I have no idea what the lead singer is saying, but his vocals distract from what is otherwise a very cool song. Bill, look for the Jazzis rendition. I can upload it to you if you like. (I didn't pay for it either; it came free with my Jazzis trial subscription.)
bluedot wrote:
c'mon bill, just play ANYTHING from peter gabriel's "passion" instead of this! the solo ain't bad, tho. is that a sitar? :D/ :drummer: :D/
What is wrong? You need the anglo saxon filter for you to digest?
It gets really scary when you read comments like this, next thing you know people is stoning any man with a turbant in the street...So f...ing scary Indian music as well as Middle eastern Music is so delightful, full of centuries of tradition philarktos wrote:
Afraid that's your misfortune. The folks most likely to be dancing to this would be rather more harmless vegetarian Hindus.
After the last song, "White Bird", this is great, so I gave it a 5!
These are the moments when, regrettably, I must turn off RP. :(
Tux wrote:
Simply not my taste. Boring and too turkish. As said, not my taste
s/Turkish/Indian/
Simply not my taste. Boring and too turkish. As said, not my taste
Sounds like he's saying "I'm tired". I am too! Damn this daylight savings!
That is a band and thats all I am going to say right now.
Pardon?...a8o?
Die for Allah by Fearless Iranians From Hell is the best song ever written. You should play that. :P Fecken kids.
Man, you need to get your cultures correct. Our great school system at work... This song -> India, Rama/Krsna, Vaishnavas, Sanskrit, Vindaloo, Naan Ossama/Hussein -> Saudi/Iraq, Allah, Muslims, Arabic, Taboli, Hummuz Actually, the same people singing this song are tormented by Islamists just as much as M'ercins are (kashmiri/pak terrorists) Too bad some M'ercins beat up Sikhs after 9/11, when Sikhs entire history was defined by being persecuted by Muslims (ehem, and later British christians) Ah, you mlechas should be happy to be purified by lord Rama's name ;) Spliff wrote:
Visions of Sadam & OBL dancing in my head.
I would have hated that a lot less if that guy would have just shut up. Just cause it's a different language doesn't make it automatically artistic. I enjoy pretty much all kinds of music, but that almost made me scurry for my MP3s.
c'mon bill, just play ANYTHING from peter gabriel's "passion" instead of this! the solo ain't bad, tho. is that a sitar? \:D/ :drummer: \:D/
Spliff wrote:
Visions of Sadam & OBL dancing in my head.
Afraid that's your misfortune. The folks most likely to be dancing to this would be rather more harmless vegetarian Hindus.
I am from England so I do not see the point...does feck all for me.... Can I give it a 2 please...and be kind?
Spliff wrote:
Visions of Sadam & OBL dancing in my head.
Yes. The Macarena in slow motion.
this is painfull :(
Prefer Talvin Singh's OK...
sweet! I\'ve had this album for some time, and have loved it since I found it. Way to go, RP, for playing this! Always have loved chants. :clap: :clap: But perhaps the tagline of the station should be changed to \"eclectic intelligent music\" ... cos this ain\'t rock. GReat tunes, but it ain\'t rock (and I don\'t mind, btw).
Visions of Sadam & OBL dancing in my head.
This reminds me of Krishna Das but with music added. I like this sort of thing.
But seriously... :roll:
Originally Posted by great_one: Culture is good. This song isn't! :evil: :moon:
Well said, my friend, well said.
Yes - excellent, beautiful and equal air time for all !! Well done Bill - please play more of this - thank you. :hug: :bounce: :bounce: :hug:
:frustrated: :??: :cry: Ummm.....no thanks.
Bravo! Broadcasting someone chanting the name of God on the Web is a good thing!
Unless the motto of the station is changed to \"eclectic intelligent music\" rather than \"eclectic intelligent rock\", I feel that there\'s too much \"world\" music. The guitar is the defining instrument of rock music so I humbly offer my opinion that radioparadise would be a better eclectic ROCK station if there were a lot more rock-guitar music. I don\'t know if it\'s feasible, but I\'d certainly love to see RP add a few more streams - including at least one that\'s more rocked out and veers less into non-rock areas. Thanks. Steven R. Notis srn1@optonline.net
Culture is good. This song isn\'t! :evil: :moon:
i really wish i understood what he was saying.. anyone have a link to the lyrics? I would imagine that they are somehow deep and meaningful (I would hope.. sounds that way) :clap:
DUDE!!! What is this?? :??:
Originally Posted by ncollingridge: Tracks like this justify the eclectic description of the programming. One of the reasons I listen to RP is to hear new and interesting stuff - where else would I get to hear a track like this?
Ditto ditto! Plus, framed on either side by Loreena McKennit and the Grateful Dead. Find me commercial station on the planet that would/could do that.
I like it more each time I hear it. :)
Originally Posted by ncollingridge: Tracks like this justify the eclectic description of the programming. One of the reasons I listen to RP is to hear new and interesting stuff - where else would I get to hear a track like this?
Totally agree!
Absolutely dreadful! This is not pleasant to listen to, plain and simple.
Cool - and I can dance to it! When does the genie show up and give me three wishes? For my first wish, I want every wish I ever wish to come true! Ha!
Interesting. I like it. This guy studied under Ali Akhbar Khan.
Bucko Sarfo
Tracks like this justify the eclectic description of the programming. One of the reasons I listen to RP is to hear new and interesting stuff - where else would I get to hear a track like this?
is this group from kashmir perhaps?