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MISIKI MISIKI(free vcd included in pack)


World, folk, ambient progressive fusion Musical Influences Pat Metheny, Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, Joni Mitchell, Basudev Baul, Ghulam Ali, Eric Johnson, Sting, Brian Eno, etc.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Radhe Cholilo Re
4:13 album only
2. Morihe Shyam
5:17 album only
3. Jajbor Pokkhi
5:05 album only
4. O Ki Kanai
5:10 album only
5. Shun Boli Minar Maa
4:30 album only
6. Shorboda Chetone Thakre Mon
6:01 album only
7. Baula Ke Banailo Re
4:00 album only
8. Baro Mashe Tero Phool Photey
3:42 album only
9. Prithimithe Jol Nay
3:36 album only
10. Bao Janeena
4:11 album only
11. Nesha Lageelo Re
4:09 album only


Album Notes
From light to darkness and back to light-like the resonance of a guitar string vibrating after being struck and then falling silent,thus goes the cycle of life with its ups and downs.There is sunshine after rain but we live in a time where one is beseiged by visions of horror and apathy and the world indeed looks like it's n a sorry state of affairs.Its time we looked inwards to our soul to calm these mixed feelings of fear and anger that seems to have taken over this world.Mankind has to stand up once more in this dark hour and as musicians it is our gift from god that we have music which being a universal language can convey a lot more than any other medium can.It is only apt that we have come out with this very special album of soulful,spiritual and healing songs,which we hope will be a balm to bruised souls and a catalyst to peaceful musings.
"MISIKI MISIKI" is also commemorative of the completion of 15 years in the history of KROSSWINDZ and is a delightful journey almost comparable to a beautiful meal where one is served helpings of exotic mouth watering dishes from various parts of the world.As is customary our sound has moved on further to a sound that is multi-dimensional and tries to spread light in these darkest of times.Hopefully our music will be healing to those who have directly or indirectly been affected by the recent devastations in the world.We hope you enjoy listening to this album as much as we enjoyed making it.Happy listening and happy viewing of the free vcd which is included in the cd case!!



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Seldom has an Indian band made such strong an impact on me as this little known
Seldom has an Indian band made such strong an impact on me as this little known yet a very old band from Calcutta. Krosswindz is to bangla music what an umbrella is to a bongali babu!! Bangla folk music cannot have a better redeemer than the krosswindz. Many artists have made futile attempts at gaining popularity with singing folk; but krosswindz is diametric. Just like the gipsy kings, who when they sing, people; even if they don’t understand a syllable; get drenched in their melodic showers. I wonder how; when written on stave; the notations resist doing the ’’dance of mukti’’. For that is what their music makes you feel, Liberated !! It takes you to a different world.

To the purist their music may sound like threnody, but to them those not prepossessed,

Shall the beauty of it be realized.

Instrumentally the band is ok, I mean there is nothing worthwhile going gaga about, the drummer is pretty decent, so is the bassist, the electric guitar man tuki is also good, but what sets this band apart from the regular run of the mill bands is the lady of the band, her voice is so very velvety, before her the only female voice i relished was that of nazia hassan. The great thing is that despite singing in a rock band, she doesn’t bray, which; sadly; has become synonymous with rock singing these days.

While other bands have to depend intemperately on heavy instrumentalization, solos, to enshroud their vocal weakness (silk route, Indian ocean, etc.), Krosswindz’ lady totally takes over the band, her singing has a distinct classical touch to it whether she be singing pure rock or some Bengali folk. Believe me you too shall be hijacked by her voice.

The band has done a few foreign tours, they have worked with some big artists of the west, all that info you can find at , for their songs you can visit . I would personally recommend the songs one world, jhiko jhiko,Mahut bandhu, dog eat dog,shundori komola,(buy the album misiki misiki for a more fuller view) to have a fair idea of the girl’s vocal prowess.

I wish the band all the best for the future and hope things go well with them and they carve a niche for themselves in the WORLD music scene.
Oh... and a word of caution to the band,whatever you do never ever tread the bombay path,it kills the artist,i have lost many friends of music to that path of doom!