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Lyrics / Video of Song : Jaa Ja Re
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Rachel Bellenoit on Sunday, May 08, 2011 I took the time to go to her website and watch the videos of her
performances. She is mesmerizing and I thank you, Shankar, for bringing her
to my attention. Unfortunately, Americans don't get exposed enough to music
of other cultures. Her voice is the closest thing I've heard to sounding
like an actual instrument. And her passion and storytelling come through
vividly with her movements. And I love her contemporary interpretation, in
particular, in Fusion in Raga Jog. Amazing!
Vidya Vandana on Friday, June 10, 2011 @RockstarKanth I think you are stepping out of line there. While I'm sure
constructive criticism is appreciated, your comment has to do with how she
looks, and nothing about her music. You should be listening to the music,
instead of criticizing how the singer is opening her mouth. She is a
brilliant artist--its time for you to move on from such petty things.
ltbmuse on Tuesday, July 17, 2012 I'm completely awestruck by the skill of the singer. It's as though she is
telling a story in melody rhythm and tone. I just wish I could understand
what she is saying! Please Mr. Tucker can you include a transcript of
lyrics in future offerings? And a translation too? I realise that any
translation is bound to provoke great argument, but - so what!
Nirali Kartik on Tuesday, June 07, 2011 Lyrics: Ja Ja Re Apne Mandirwa, Sun Paavegi Saasan Nadiyan. Hum to
"sadarang" tum ko chaahat hai, kya tum hamse chhalan kiya. It can have many
different meanings, but the Bhaav of the song is that of Surrender in Love!
Sadarang is the name of a great Court Musician...
Avinav Jami on Thursday, July 07, 2011 this is the type of music .. that is expected from a platform like Coke
Studio at MTV(India) ... aur pata nahi .. kya .. atram satram compositions
bana rahe hain abhi ke ye log .. This fusion is awesome !! Awesome Shankar
tamilian84 on Sunday, October 09, 2011 most younger generations do not prefer/appreciate to listen carnatic songs
since its too boring for them. I think ur reach is mainly bcoz of fusion
between modern instruments n carnatic vocal with superb video presentation
Rachel Bellenoit on Wednesday, May 04, 2011 The music of India has enchanted me since I was a child, so I'm truly
enjoying not only your original compositions but also your productions.
Keep 'em coming!
Vinatha Sreeramkumar on Sunday, September 11, 2011 Absolute fan of your work guys!! Keep it up.. Brings goosegumps.Im
Indian but live in Spain.. What a lot of art and music and culture we
Living Insights on Saturday, May 07, 2011 One of my Favorites... Pandit Jasraj and I think it was Zakir Ji
accompanying it. Very nice Ms Nirali... And the accompanying Instruments...
omegatomahawk on Wednesday, January 23, 2013 Instantly recognised her when I heard 'Tore Matware Naina' in the
soundtrack of the Hindi movie David by Maatibaani. More power to new talent