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There are plenty of excellent compilations of traditional Indian and Pakistani music, but Asian Groove is totally modern in its outlook — most of the artists combine Indian or Pakistani elements with modern funk, dance-pop, electronica, or reggae. Technically, the contemporary Indian and Pakistani pop sounds that dominate this rewarding compilation are indeed Asian grooves, but infectious tracks like Bally Sagoo‘s “Noorie” and A.S. Kang‘s “Terian Gulabi Buliyan” have more in common with Turkish, Jewish, or Greek pop than they do with the pop sounds that are coming out of Japan, China, or Korea. And that’s because Indian and Pakistani music — like Turkish, Greek, Armenian, Jewish, Syrian, or North African music — involves what is called modal playing. Those who aren’t professional musicians may not know the technical meaning of the word modal, but they’ll be able hear the parallels between Asian Groove and collections of Turkish pop or Algerian rai. Karmix‘s “Sabhyata,” in fact, combines Indian and Algerian elements. Asian Groovedoesn’t have anything to do with Chinese or Japanese pop, but it’s a lively, enjoyable survey of contemporary Indian and Pakistani sounds.
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As Asian Groove shows, today's young ravers have upped the ante, drawing upon percussive Punjabi bhangra and qawwali, an ecstasy-inducing Pakistani devotional style made famous by the late Nusrat ...
Putumayo Presents: Asian Groove Various Artists (Artist) Format: Audio CD. 4.1 out of 5 stars 24 ratings.