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Essential Tri Atma
Genres: World Music, Jazz, New Age, Pop
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Rythmic transcendental eastern indian influenced world beat
(5 out of 5 stars)
"tri atma is an amalgam of sampled ethnic and classical keyboard sounds, classical/flamenco guitar and eastern/indian percussion set to a world beat rythm some times bordering on island reggae with the overtones of old world european traditional folk instrumentation and classically trained musicianship. tri atma is; Klaus Netzle, a German television producer, and recording artist/keyboardist who incoporates traditional and not so traditional sampled sounds in his accoplished playing; Jens Fischer plays acoustic/ classical guitarist , bass while Asim Saha rounds out the cosmic trio providing eastern indian hypnotic rythms and syncopations on traditional percussion instruments. Their first release in 1982 as Tri Atma called "yearning & Learning" was hailed as an "unpredictable cultural intersection of our times". the three musicians met in Germany in 1976 and were reviewed as "a light, exotic contemporary fusion of indian and electronic popular music with a pulse" . from the moment I first heard it 16 yrs ago till now, nothing has come as close to mesmerizing me musically as TRI ATMA has. I only wish that I could find all of their recordings, I'd buy everone of them 10 times over and send them to many friends who also were entranced by this music! 'ESSENTIAL TRI ATMA' on higher octave is a compilation of 3 previous releases. As Stephen Hill from the program, Music from the Hearts of Space was quoted as saying, "Tri Atma and Klaus Netzle are a total joy...If you don't smile and move...(you better) check your pulse!"."
Beautiful mixture of both sides
Vincent Kumares | Malaysia | 07/25/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I just recently bought and hear all tha songs and was totally tranced by the ryhthm and music composed. It is an exciting experience and wondeful music I ever came accross! I would 100% recommend this album to anyone."