Sitar Beat Vol.1 - Sitar Beat Reviews
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Sitar Beat Sitar Beat - Indian Style Heavy Funk
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by - written on 10/02/10, updated on 18/02/10 (Very useful, 16 readings)
Sitar Beat Vol. 1 labels itself as "Indian Style Heavy Funk", it's hard to imagine just how funky it is without having a listen, the sitar is a great instrument but so far I'd only heard it used in a completely traditional sense by masters of the instrument or the poppy versions you can expect to hear in Bollywood films. Originally put together for DJ's to sample different parts of tracks, this album has all sorts of funky tracks, ranging from electronic through to guitar heavy ones with more traditional tracks thrown in as well, there's an awesome beat on practically every song, it's slightly psychedelic and the sitar is a constant positive ... Read the complete review
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