- Song to Ochum Pandit Hari Prasad Chaurasia, Tata Güines, Devaki Pandit, Noriko, Ismet Ruchimat, Agus Supriawan, Dodong, Django Mango 1:06
- Soft Power Django Mango, Pandit Hari Prasad Chaurasia 1:08
I am proud to present together the two unquestionable masters in the world; of the bamboo flute, Pandit Hari Prasad Chaurasia, and the Conga, Tata Güines. Combining the mystical harmonies of India and the earthy trance Afro-Cuban rhythms for a fusion jazz album India meets Cuba. I hope you will enjoy this innovation of Earth Fusion Music Jazz MP3 download and song vocal by Devi.
I would like to express my respect affection and gratitude to all the artists that cooperated in India meets Cuba.
Featuring Tata Güines, the teacher of many drummers of Santana.
Vidal Paz (alias Django Mango)
Pandit Hari Prasad Chaurasia Bamboo Flute, Tata Güines Conga, Devaki Pandit Vocal, Noriko Tambura, Ismet Ruchimat Kantele (Harp from Finland), Agus Supriawan Sundanese Drums, Dodong Karinding and Biringdong, Django Mango Tabla, African Drums and Gongs.
All the instruments used in this sound recording are accoustic
Recorded by: Ramon Alom, Egrem Studio, La Habana Cuba.
Devashis Roy Pan Digital Studio Mumbay, India and Chepi, Jugala Studio Bandung Jawa Barat (Indonesia)
Mixed by Devashis Roy, Chepi and Vidal Paz. (alias Django Mango)
Cover Illustration by Gede (Nyuh Kuning, Ubud, Bali).
Illustration concept Vidal Paz (alias Django Mango)
© ℗ for India, Nepal, Sri-Lanka for Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia.
© ℗ for Indonesia, to the Indonesian musicians and Mr. Chepi.
© ℗ for the rest of the world Vidal Paz.
Cover Painting by Udaya Charan Shrestha, Kathmandu, Nepal
Illustration Concept by Vidal Paz
Tabla made by Muntaj (Varanasi), Kundigartola, India.
Art Work, Didik Wahyudiadi.