Artists Hamsa Lila Gathering One. Gathering One Hamsa Lila. This album has an average beat per minute of 131 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 88/194 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Gathering One. 1.
Hamsa Lila Hamsa Lila hit the West Coast music scene hard back in 2001 with their infectious ‘world trance grooves’ & earned instant ‘cult status’ following with their memorable performances, rich in traditional influences from Morocco, West Africa, Brazil, India, the Caribbean & others, w strong emphasis on Gnawa and Yoruba flavors. At once, they became known for marathon dusk-to-dawn non-stop performances. Aurora, released 09 November 2015 1. Baba Saali 2. Eyes of a Child 3. To the People 4. Abacuso 5. Sat Pari 6. Kumaye 7. Leg Irons 8. Aurora. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Full Digital Discography.
San Francisco's Hamsa Lila succeeds where many have failed, creating music using entirely live Indian, African, Arabic, and Western instrumentation to sound excitingly modern yet wholely legit. Highly inspired by modern house and electronica, "Oshun" and "Salmai Aisha" easily lock into a pro-dancefloor groove that should be eagerly picked up by DJs such as Ron Trent and Marques Wyatt, while "Tuka Lila" and "Om Tara" are perfect bricks in the downtempo pyramid.
Hamsa Lila: Gathering One. Author: Derk Richardson. Publish date: Aug 28, 2007. Updated on. Apr 5, 2017. Rich in polyethnic percussion and complex rhythmic grooves, this global trance music draws listeners into the creation of new multicultural, mostly dance-based rituals.
Meaning: Inspiration & Intention Hamsa Lila is inspired by earthy trance grooves from a variety of cultures, including North and West Africa, the Americas, India and the Caribbean. Through Acoustic Trance, Hamsa Lila presents traditional and originally composed material set within a new creative ritual of celebration, while honoring the ancestors and the spirit of indigenous music.
Oshun (Extended Remix). 132. 5. Pacha Mama (From Gathering One). 120. 6. Full Moon Flow. 93. 8. Salamat Aisha. Voodoo" Album Untitled (How Does It Feel).
Full Moon Flow
Nikila Badua - Clapping, Cover Art, Design, Group Member, Vocals Cecil Carter - Bongos, Clapping, Congas, Guest Artist, Vocals John Chi - Assistant Engineer Devon - Clapping, Guest Artist, Vocals T.S. Eliot - Liner Notes Yossi Fein - Producer Yossi Fine - Guest Artist, Guitar, Mixing, Organ, Producer, Shaker M.J. Greenmountain - Bells, Clapping, Congas, Design, Djembe, Ganga, Group Member, Log Drums, Photography, Qarqaba, Shekere, Tibetan Bells, Vocals, Vocals (Background) Hamsa Lila - Primary Artist "Inkx" Herman - Congas, Darbouka, Drums, Group Member, Log Drums, Shaker, Tambourine Isaac - Guest Artist Brett Jacobsen - Bells, Clapping, Design, Group Member, Guimbri, Mini Moog, Shaker, Vocals Kwai Lamm - Photography Stanley Mouse - Typesetting Ron Rigler - Mastering The John Schroeder Orchestra - Flute, Group Member, Jaw Harp, Melodica, Peruvian Flute, Saxophone, Synthesizer Michael Weintraub - Photography Frank Lloyd Wright - Liner Notes