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Greg Ellis — Form 1
Album: Kala Rupa- Explorations In Rhythm
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Released: 1999
Length: 4:50
Plays (last 30 days): 1
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OUTSTANDING  - 9 
this is outstanding . wonderful . timeless . Drums and flute connect with our collective history across time and space. the rhythms and melody are first rate true expertise . another track to explore is the also timeless: Omar Faruk Tekbilek & Brian Keane - Bridge
Never heard this before - I like it!
WTF. :frustrated: :crashcomp:
Do I hear Gabrielle Roth here? Anyway, me likey.
Normally not a fan of drum circles, but this has a lot of interest interspersed into the rhythms...the flute is very nice...
I KNEW I heard Mickey Hart in there somewhere! Most Excellent.
bluesdragon wrote:
holy crap this song woke me up fast! awesome beats!
More Instrumental crap, and oh so long.
holy crap this song woke me up fast! awesome beats!
Diggin the beat, nice stuff... :drummer: :bounce:
KevDogRedux wrote:
Not exactly music with which to nurse a hangover.
Boy, that must be some hangover, at 7:40 at night!!!
PLEASE PLAY SOME VAS TOO !
Not exactly music with which to nurse a hangover.
8)
TheBob wrote:
Despite images of lions, gazelles, atilopes and dark black men with loincloths and spears... I like it !
Would that be 'Proud Nubian Prints'?
I am sure that this is Indian percussion music with a little bit of Western influence... most people here seem to think it's African. It reminds me of some overly done instrumentals from Bollywood movies... not that there's anything wrong with that.
Despite images of lions, gazelles, atilopes and dark black men with loincloths and spears... I like it !
I keep picturing Snoopy running throught the fields behind enemy lines in France after being shot down by the Red Baron. :D Thats not to say I didn't like it though.
more cowbell!
Incredible!
Fantastic!!! Am forming an office drum circle!
Pretty good! before i knew it I was hypnotized by the music! :clap:
Not bad. Does sound like some Mickey Hart.
mmmmm........ leaves me a bit bemused :roll:
Originally Posted by pilgrim: how long has this been in the playlist? 'cause on this date here... i found myself enjoying it for the first time.
that's cause you are on drugs tonight Pilly, ya nut! :lol: :hug:
how long has this been in the playlist? \'cause on this date here... i found myself enjoying it for the first time.
:frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated:
i likes it a lot. is all of his stuff along these lines?
Hi, thought this track was amazing - had the volume raised and could really feel the groove! Who is Greg Ellis, I thought there was a definite Australian feel to the music....?
I\'ve got the CD, and while I generally like world beat music, and think Greg Ellis is a very talented percussionist, it\'s a bit much to listen to the whole CD at once. One of the things I like about Mickey Hart (of the Dead) is that his world beat projects mix it up a bit more, whereas this seems more like a page from a drummer\'s audible notebook.
I\'m still looking for the tribe , then i will tell you if I like this song!!!! :D
YIKES!!! :eek:
do not like it.