Sarathy Korwar - 'My East Is Your West' Japanese Edition CD
My East Is Your West
The Official Japanese Edition Release date: March 10, 2021 Replica Mini LP-Style Sleeve double CD with Obi strip Liner notes by Salam Unagami
Off the back of Sarathy Korwar's much lauded Day To Day album comes the live album My East Is Your West - a performance that takes the fusion of Indian classical music with the jazz tradition further than its ever been before.
Recorded live at London's Church Of Sound, the album is a homage to the great musicians of the 60s and 70s spiritual jazz movement, covering the likes of Alice Coltrane, Pharaoh Sanders, and Joe Henderson. Korwar plays alongside the UPAJ Collective, a group of highly-versatile musicians who share Sarathy's passion for jazz and Indian music and who have together managed to rebalance the cross-cultural relationship between 'Western' and 'Eastern' music.
With every record Sarathy releases his music becomes more exploratory and insightful, delving into his personal influences, which also inspire much of the music in the jazz scene that surrounds him. At a time where UK jazz is being heralded for its progression, innovation and far-reaching appeal to people from varying backgrounds, ‘My East Is Your West’ is an essential record that explores cultural and musical diversity in way that will continue to be relevant for years to come.
A1. A Street In Bombay B1. The Creator Has A Master Plan B2. Mind Ecology C1. Malkauns (Part 1) C2. Malkauns (Part 2) D1. Journey In Satchidananda D2. Hajj E1. Earth F1. Mishrank F2. Utopia And Visions
Sarathy Korwar - tabla, drum kit Domenico Angarano - double bass, electric bass Aravindhan Baheerathan - bansuri (flute) Giuliano Modarelli - acoustic guitar Al MacSween - keys Tamar Osborn - baritone sax, flute Jasdeep Singh Degun - sitar John Ball - santoor, tabla Jesse Bannister - alto sax Aditya Prakash - vocals B C Manjunath - mridangam, kanjira
A1. Amancio D’Silva B1. Pharoah Sanders, Leon Thomas B2. John McLaughlin and Shakti C1. Shankar-Jaikisha C2. Traditional D1. Alice Coltrane D2. Abdullah Ibrahim E1. Joe Henderson F1. Ravi Shankar F2. Don Cherry