Rahul Mukerji | Ma De Re Sha

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Ma De Re Sha

by Rahul Mukerji

This world fusion rock guitar album brings together flavors of Indian music, middle eastern percussions, jazz, ambient, rock, and metal.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Exit 13
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2. Sita
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3. Fingerprints
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4. Children of I-2
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5. A Path Less Travelled
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6. Zidd
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7. Ma De Re Sha
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8. Train Ride from Siliguri
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9. Baisakhi
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10. Hope Anew
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11. Event Horizon
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12. Sinner
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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From the source inspiration, to the concept, writing, arrangement, and its actual making, this project is truly a reflection of unity in diversity.

This world fusion rock guitar album brings together flavors of Indian music, middle eastern percussions, jazz, ambient, rock, and metal. The compositions and the arrangements were inspired by interactions with people from different cultural backgrounds and walks of life. The actual making of the music involved coordination with musicians and mixing/mastering engineers living in separate parts of the world.

The guitars range from crisp acoustic tones and ethereal tapping soundscapes, to Indian Carnatic music inflected leads, heavy riffs, jazz chord progressions and blazing legato runs. Indian tablas and Middle Eastern percussions augment the rhythm section and the bass lines go from anchoring the grooves to adding delightful counterpoints. The album’s wide stylistic palette is a reflection of the Rahul’s multicultural background and influences coming together as something new and distinctly unique.

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