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Greg Ellis — Form 2
Album: Kala Rupa- Explorations In Rhythm
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Released: 1999
Length: 4:16
Plays (last 30 days): 1
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Sounds like a soundtrack to something. Interesting but it probably won't make it to my vinyl collection.
 (anonymous) wrote:
Help! I'm trapped in a convenience store on Long island!! And it's in my computer!!
 

Don't you think the world is a little more complex than that...?



 trekhead wrote:
"No...fill out form 2...go to 4th floor ....see Mr. Foreman in flooring...then you will have to fill out form 3 in free form. He's in a forum right now, do a favor for 'im."
 

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Sounds like something from Cordoba circa 1350, if you were on a parallel planet.
"No...fill out form 2...go to 4th floor ....see Mr. Foreman in flooring...then you will have to fill out form 3 in free form. He's in a forum right now, do a favor for 'im."
drums...yes...more...drums. thank you!!!! :clap: this is great stuff!!!!
Help! I\'m trapped in a convenience store on Long island!! And it\'s in my computer!!
Another most excellent instrumental interlude, will have to check this guy out. Also intrigued by the Sanskrit in the CD title ("black" + "body" or "form", I believe).Curious as to context. Addenda: turns out "kala" here refers to "time", hence kala rupa = "time form" which makes sense given that the cuts are Form 1, Form 2 etc.(Thanks to an Amazon.com consumer review). Excellent bio to be found https://www.vasmusic.com/Bio%27s/Greg_Ellis_Bio.htm Also learned there of "Vas", his project with vocalist Ali Azeem of the Master Musicians of Jajouka. Will have to check out "Sunyata"(Emptiness). Mr. Ellis obviously draws some inspiration from the Buddhadharma. :clap: :notworthy: :clap: :notworthy: :clap:
Excellent....kick back and visualise !! :cool: :bounce: :bounce: :cool:
Wow, kewl change-up. Where did this come from?
Nice set - Israelites, Jerusalem, and now the Middle East.
A nice change of pace and thoughtful interlude. Now, where\'s the meditative smiley?
My cell-mate, Big Pauly, says this sucks and he\'s going to punch me out real good if I don\'t turn it off.
Cool. I got out the djembe and played along with this one.
This is just awful. Please, spare us.
Irritating :roll:
Very cool. I cranked up my speakers for this song.
Has a very Arabian beat to it. Exotic and interesting, fits the \'inelligent rock\' theme.