Beches Indian Brew - Beches Indian Brew album download
|1||Kakraba High Five||5:22|
|6||Doktor Apa / Magma / Vesuvio / Klingis Khan||10:58|
- Bass – Stefan Bellnäs
- Drums, Producer, Composed By – Bengt Berger
- Electronics, Composed By – Lise-Lotte Norelius
- Guitar – Göran Klinghagen, Max Schultz
- Mridangam – K. U. Jayachandra Rao*
- Percussion – B. Shree Sundarkumar, Doe Kushiator
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Sigge Krantz
- Saxophone – Jonas Knutsson, Thomas Gustafson
- Saxophone, Bass Clarinet – Thomas Jäderlund
- Violin – Livet Nord
- Violin, Voice – Akkarai S. Subha Lakshmi, Akkarai Sornalatha
NotesRecorded in Stockholm, Malmö and Umeå in October 2016
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7320470195437
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02-beches brew-kamelen (feat akkarai sisters thomas jaderlund jonas knutsson thomas gustafsson)-posh. 03-beches brew-flabby dick (feat thomas jaderlund thomas gustafsson jonas knutsson)-posh. 04-beches brew-dagar djur (feat akkarai sisters jonas knutsson max schultz)-posh. 05-beches brew-congo square (feat max schultz thomas gustafsson)-posh. 06-beches brew-doktor apa magma vesuvio klingis khan (feat thomas jaderlund lise-lotte norelius livet nord)-posh.
The other musicians in Beches Indian Brew are: Shreesundarkumar, khanjira-Doe Kushiator, percussion-Livet Nord, violin-Lise-Lotte Norelius, percussion, electronics-Sir Thomas Jäderlund and Thomas Gustafsson, woodwinds-Göran Klinghagen, guitars-Stefan Bellnäs, beyzz and Bengt Berger, drums. Video by Jöns Jönsson with Anna Intemann. Sound by Sigge Krantz. Visit ww. ountryandeastern. Kult-U-Real updated their cover photo.
BPM Profile Beches Brew Big. Album starts at 108BPM, ends at 181BPM (+73), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Bengt Berger.
On Beches Brew, he combines it all, great compositions, with great influences from Indian traditional music, alternated with more or less interesting Scandinavian folk, silly beer brawl songs and boppish pieces. To make matters worse, some of the sounds, and especially the guitar, but also the keyboard at times, appear to have skipped a few decades, as if there had been no evolution with the instrument since the early seventies. Some of the music is excellent. Even in the excellent pieces, you find some ugly sounds, or just lack of quality : Linda Kallerdahl has a great voice, but she doesn't master the Indian voice inflections, unfortunately, which leads to some painful moments. I wish a great producer like Manfred Eicher could have been involved in this. The material is here, the output unfortunately not.