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Namaste — Jam
Album: LOT76
Avg rating:
7.1

Your rating:
Total ratings: 1698









Released: 2005
Length: 4:32
Plays (last 30 days): 1
(Instrumental)
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Great!! I never heard of this band brfore.  Thanx RP!
Sounds like a really hip hop version of Kerbal Space Program music (which of course had some of the futuristic space age songs written by prodigy Kevin MacLeod / Incompetech.
The more I hear this tune, the more I like it!!  Thank You RP!
Excellent!! I never heard of them before. Thank You RP!   
Namaste means "good morning" in Hindi, a language spoken in India, Fiji & other countries.
dig this tune (minus the "yeahhh")
Primo moist ditty. That's what she said.
Awesome song. It must be very rare, even Spotify can't find it........
That drumming is superb. Lays a foundation so well it almost doesn't matter what the other musicians play on top....
 photolew wrote:

Well said

 
And I bumped you up to an 8 which is a lucky number.
loveeee
Info about this album on discogs.com

   Namaste - LOT76

Says album released in 2003. No information there about the artist, other than they're from Poland.
 MojoJojo wrote:
Jamaste
 Love a good pun and as my kids say, you get the dad pun award for that one!

 Norwood9 wrote:

Available on itunes usa

 
No, that's a children's record it links to. I'm searching for it too.
 
Update: it's no longer available. Namaste was (or still is?) a Polish group specializing in chillout music.
Vision Board Workshop with Crystal Bowl and Gong Sound Healing
 Elvis78 wrote:
Can anyone say, where i can buy the album as cd or digital download?
Could not find anything on the net yet :(

THX

 
Available on itunes usa


My first impression was 'meh' but it is kind of pleasant.
Can anyone say, where i can buy the album as cd or digital download?
Could not find anything on the net yet :(

THX
so enjoyable by the pool in the Val d Orcia Tuscany😍🇮🇹
 Lemonhead wrote:
{#Bounce} very, very nice{#Bounce}

 
Nicely played.....
Nice chlllaxing tune! Where's the home grown {#Cowboy}
{#Bounce} very, very nice{#Bounce}
 WonderLizard wrote:

Tasty little clam sandwich.

 
Tasty little sand clamwich.
Sorry, an insiders' joke. 
Fred already filled in all the spaces.
Cool vibe, great groove!
 fredriley wrote:
Yep. This song is the acme of cool. It's so cool you could keep a side of meat in it for a week (© Douglas Adams). It's cooler than a bunch of hip French dudes hanging about in chic cafés on the rive gauche drinking absinthe, smoking Gauloises, and discussing Heidegger and Sartre. It is cool-issimo {#Sunny}

 
Ha ha! I can't top that my friend. . . you have 'cool' nailed. 
 Govi wrote:
Perfect for twerking in bullet time.  Love it!

 
Like the idea! :)
{#Wink}
 grant wrote:
A tasty little jam sandwich.

 
Tasty little clam sandwich.
Nice! Good "wrapping up email for the week" music!
nice and soft sound. reminds me SimCity ^^
Perfect for twerking in bullet time.  Love it!
A tasty little jam sandwich.
 Krispian wrote:
Very nice music to listen to while working :)
 

 
Yes indeedy!  Put the headset on so's not to annoy others{#Music} and drift right along with the work-day. 

Highlow
American Net'Zen
Very nice music to listen to while working :)
 
 bhallmark wrote:
Does anyone know how I can get my grubby little hands on this track?

Cheers. 

https://mp3vip.org/music/Namaste%20-%20Jam/0/
Does anyone know how I can get my grubby little hands on this track?

Cheers. 
I declared to my office mate, "This is a JAMMING tune -- what is this?" As I switched my computer to the RP Screen...


I crack myself up!!!!  
oh yea
Jamaste
Wow!  Very smooth.

This is a nice soundtrack to the little snowflakes, billions of them, swirling and sailing on the breeze outside my window. Three inches so far and another 20 hours to go.
 mike_chouinard wrote:
Anyone know how to get DJ Namaste's stuff?
 



..barter?..
Anyone know how to get DJ Namaste's stuff?
Great again, Bill and Rebecca.... Keep on playing this....{#Bananapiano}
Perfect when I walk through a springlike Stockholm during my lunch brake.
 Poacher wrote:
Another great example of why RP is so excellent at what it does. While I can see this track may not be something that many here will naturally buy or listen to, it exposes them to something different and that alone is a good thing. 

Personally I love this track.
 
Yep. This song is the acme of cool. It's so cool you could keep a side of meat in it for a week (© Douglas Adams). It's cooler than a bunch of hip French dudes hanging about in chic cafés on the rive gauche drinking absinthe, smoking Gauloises, and discussing Heidegger and Sartre. It is cool-issimo {#Sunny}

Very groovy... 
 Poacher wrote:
Another great example of why RP is so excellent at what it does. While I can see this track may not be something that many here will naturally buy or listen to, it exposes them to something different and that alone is a good thing. 

Personally I love this track.

 

 
Well said

Just popped in, 30 seconds into this, I realized I like it. Perhaps too quick on the trigger - we'll see.
Hmmm... I rated this higher in the past. Now, I find myself waiting for the intro to end and the actual song to begin.  Perhaps it's just the phase of the moon and I'll upgrade it again at some future date...

Wow, wow, awesome!
Follow Artist Info ''AMG'' UUUUUUUmmmm confusing to get this sound on an accoustic guitar ....
love this band.  whole album is great!
Another great example of why RP is so excellent at what it does. While I can see this track may not be something that many here will naturally buy or listen to, it exposes them to something different and that alone is a good thing. 

Personally I love this track.

 

Nice little groove for the work day.  Love it!
nice little trippy ditty — i like it
 Tippster wrote:

Massage Parlor Music.{#No}
 
And your point? 

 DrLex wrote:

If you do find it, you may want to preview the whole album before buying it. This song is by far the best, there are some OK chill-out tracks as well, but some come very close to being muzak.

 
Massage Parlor Music.{#No}
The beginning reminded me of "Bajo Fondo Tango Club"....
 drummerboy wrote:
Dig it.  Wish I could find it somewhere.

 
If you do find it, you may want to preview the whole album before buying it. This song is by far the best, there are some OK chill-out tracks as well, but some come very close to being muzak.

Ooooooh, I like this one a lot! Nice lil scratch work too!
Dig it.  Wish I could find it somewhere.


that took me to a very nice place
 vit wrote:


I see it's a qualified "Yuck" as there have been no "1" ratings for this song  yet. That shows admirable restraint. Namaste.

 
I gave it a 3 because whenever I hear that "stroking off" squeegee sound in a song it just turns me off. Not sure really, just don't like that sound effect.  I actually like the song otherwise and would have rated it a 7 without that sound effect added...

DaveInVA wrote:
Yuck! {#Puke}


I see it's a qualified "Yuck" as there have been no "1" ratings for this song  yet. That shows admirable restraint. Namaste.

Yuck! {#Puke}
WOW! Hot sexy good{#Sunny}
Great mix, soothing yet upbeat. I love the little violin and turn table that goes together with the song very smoothly.
 jagdriver wrote:
Nice things going on today inside the headphones:

Namaste - Jam
Peter Gabriel - Digging in the Dirt
Wilco - Muzzle of Bees
 
Same nice things today too!


Perfect scramble for my brain this morning.
Scratching Smurfs - cute :o)
Doesn't sound like The Jam AT ALL. {#Rolleyes}
considering the artist name, i was really hoping for FAR more of an east indian vibe. this track didn't do it for me.
Nice things going on today inside the headphones:

Namaste - Jam
Peter Gabriel - Digging in the Dirt
Wilco - Muzzle of Bees
Fly vibe...Bzzzz......Diggin it. Great mix tonight from RP.
really great.
love the acoustic instrumentation...mixing with the 'tronics..
 Tteddo wrote:

Been almost a year now, and I have bought 2 or 3 more things from that Russain site with no problems. This whole album is great!

  I bought it here:

https://sklep.serpent.pl/opis.php?lang=&id=6086

got it in about a week. the whole album is pretty good. i'm pretty sure it's import only. 45 polish bones.  i think that translates to about 15 or 20 USD.



 Govi wrote:
So frustrating—not the song, but trying to find it to buy it. Who sells this? Amazon.com seems to know nothing about any album by Namaste called "LOT76"  Oh, just saw the Russian site thing.  I would prefer a better known site before I surrender CC info.
 
Been almost a year now, and I have bought 2 or 3 more things from that Russain site with no problems. This whole album is great!

 OHMish wrote:


Also to an early early rising winter-morning in Copenhagen
 

Not bad on a foggy Christmas morning in beautiful Geneva, Florida either.  {#Good-vibes}
sweet jam
the only cracker is i can't find it to buy it
amazing set... thanks RP!

Namaste - Jam
Solo - Prayer For The Gun   
Jose Gonzalez - Killing For Love
Aimee Mann - Save Me
Neil Young - Long May You Run   
Concrete Blonde - Little Conversations
Alanis Morissette - Not As We
Sundays - Wild Horses
Cracker - I Want Everything
points for scratching
Double Smooth...............{#Cool}
So frustrating—not the song, but trying to find it to buy it. Who sells this? Amazon.com seems to know nothing about any album by Namaste called "LOT76"  Oh, just saw the Russian site thing.  I would prefer a better known site before I surrender CC info.

I wouldnt kick this song out of bed.
bill.  how did you get in my head, tonight?  this whole past set has been medicine.  thanks!  {#Notworthy}
Really like the intro, after that it's...nice.
Very pleasant on a Sunday afternoon. I wish I was as cool as these folks think they are.
Namasteeee rules!
prickelpit96 wrote:
Fits perfectly to a sunnny autumn-day in central Lower-Saxony too.
Also to an early early rising winter-morning in Copenhagen
On a tip from another user here (Thanks!!) I bought this whole album from (click here) (a Russian site). No shenanigans with my credit card yet! I really like most of the songs on it.
nice smooth funk/jazz/mesh. well done.
Is this available for sale/download in the US yet? Or has anyone had luck buying it anywhere? Every time it comes on it's "there's that friggin' tune again!!!"
NeuroJoe wrote:
Perfect trip hop for a rainy day here in central MA.
Fits perfectly to a sunnny autumn-day in central Lower-Saxony too.
kinda coolNeuroJoe wrote:
Perfect trip hop for a rainy day here in central MA.
Perfect trip hop for a rainy day here in central MA.
Firstly, I thought it's this here: ..., but... this tune surely is not (c)rap only. It's much better!
ZZZZZZZ
Good (sniff) stuff!
Meh, we're not in Constantinople any longer.
Picked up this CD a week ago and I like it. There are a couple of songs on it like "jam" and the others have sort of a smooth jazz sound. I like it more than I thought I would.
meloman wrote:
I disagree. Physicsgenius is amusing; his/her comments are often trenchant and pithy, whereas poor CMM seems to be the class clown striving to get attention. His comments are so obviously concocted that they lack the sting that true sarcasm requires.
said so well ... underneath the obvious, physicsgenius' comments are intelligent, simply because he states his case and argues it ... CMM just has the same old generic: "how can i lift weights to this slow crap" or "if there was a negative rating this would be there".
not bad, but the sax is weak.
tinybubbles wrote:
I hear the beginning of this song and I think it's, Istanbul, Not Constantinople, by They Might Be Giants.
Exactly!
maLeFunKtion wrote:
You might want to see a doctor about suffering with a premature adulation problem.
You get that from diurnal emissions, like RP.
Anybody found anywhere to download this?
SuperWeh wrote:
I fell for it at first too but look at his handle, now do it again... if you still don't get it look at his commenting history... if you still don't get it I'll spell it out for you; sarcasm... once you get it it is quite amusing.
I disagree. Physicsgenius is amusing; his/her comments are often trenchant and pithy, whereas poor CMM seems to be the class clown striving to get attention. His comments are so obviously concocted that they lack the sting that true sarcasm requires.
tinybubbles wrote:
I hear the beginning of this song and I think it's, Istanbul, Not Constantinople, by They Might Be Giants.
Hey, yeah, I wonder who might have mentioned that... Roverfish wrote:
Dang, I thought it was going to be TMBG doing "Istanbul not Constantinople." Alas, no. Still a pretty good tune, but nowhere near "nobody's business but the Turks."
Ah. Still pretty good, but no better.
mread wrote:
Poor malcontent. Go back to your gym and turn off your RP feed. You'll be happier in the long run. This particular song is a little drab and repetitious, but there are too many other fine instrumental pearls on the RP playlist to be cast before close-minded morons.
I fell for it at first too but look at his handle, now do it again... if you still don't get it look at his commenting history... if you still don't get it I'll spell it out for you; sarcasm... once you get it it is quite amusing.
Very cool!
I like the feel and groove of this, but the sax playing is terrible. Slightly out of tune and very, very unimaginative.
Welly wrote:
I like the way it just grooves along. Very chill!
amen
I hear the beginning of this song ans I think,Istanbul, Not Constantinople, by They Might Be Giants...
ok it is kind of cool. The sax bit and cool organ kind of mooshzes along.
rah wrote:
ok, so the $45 was polish denomination, apparantly. got the CD last week and have been grooving to it. this track is by far my favorite.
mine too, but the whole thing's pretty good. yeah, polish it is. sorry bout that.
Very sensitive. I like it.
Perfect chill music... I was gonna make a Needle and the Damage Done reference (i.e. great music to be high with) -- and I'll be damned, you follow up with Mr Young... Brings us back to the (somewhat sad?)reality, that there is no great music to be high with -- just the damage to deal with after the high is gone... ...I guess that just leaves the music, eh? Wow, spun some web with that little outburst... better get to work... And now, Harry Manx? What is this "Heroin Tracks" hour...?
closemindedmoron wrote:
Blah blah
Bill, I really would appreciate an 'ignore' function.
closemindedmoron wrote:
How come there is no singing in this? You have to sing in your song for it to be REAL MUSIC. I give it a 1. Would be in the negitive ratings if I could.
Poor malcontent. Go back to your gym and turn off your RP feed. You'll be happier in the long run. This particular song is a little drab and repetitious, but there are too many other fine instrumental pearls on the RP playlist to be cast before close-minded morons.