||Swindia CD (2007) |
Hans Hartmann music CDs SWINDIA (Swiss to India) : A MIX OF SOUTH INDIAN Classical(CARNATIC), NORTH INDIAN & JAZZ , BLENDING BAMBOO FLUTE, STICK BASS, JAZZ VIOLIN, LATIN & AFRO PERCUSSION, CAJON, MRIDANGAM, GHATAM & VOCAL SYLLABLES.
RAVICHANDRA KULUR :One of the most sought after flutists from India & is extensively touring for concerts with the legendary sitar maestro Pt Ravishankar & Anoushka Shankar around the globe.
Ravi has performed in USA, Canada, UK, UAE, Sweden, Austria, Luxembourg, Finland, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Holland, Belgium, Denmark, Ireland, Switzerland for his Solos, Duets & Fusion Jazz concerts. Ravi has played more than 800 concerts and participated in music festivals like WOMAD, Roskilde, San Fransisco Jazz Festival and many more. Ravi also has to his credit abut 400 studio session recordings and performed in major venues like the Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center, Queen Elizabeth Hall,Royal Festival Hall, Boston Symphony Hall, Chicago Symphony Hall, Roy Thomson Hall, Disney Hall, Passionskirche, Vienna Kozerthaus etc.. HANS HARTMANN :Hans has been a fixture on the ...
||Don't Call Us (We'll Call You) CDs (1973) |
Hans Hartmann albums Over four phenomenal extended tracks this 1973 major label debut for the German Krautrock group is an essential ride through space rock territory for fans of early Kraftwerk, Can, and Faust. "Africa Steals the Show," "Round Dance," "200 Clinches," and "Das Zwickmashinchen" are mind-boggling forays into avant-rock territory -- recorded by the stripped-back Guru Guru incarnation. At this point in 1973, Guru Guru was a trio of Ax Genrich on guitar, Hans Hartmann replacing Uli Trepte on bass, and leader Mani Neumeier on drums and keyboards. Essential primitive guitar overload meets avant-rock experimentation results in a powerful album, to say the least. ~ Skip ...