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Keerthy Narayanan

Originally from Kochi (Kerala), India, Keerthy Narayanan was the music arranger for the Grammy-winning Winds of Samsara album. Narayanan is proficient in keyboards as well as arranging. He demonstrated his skills on Ricky Kej and Wouter Kellerman's highly acclaimed Winds of Samsara which was the coordinated effort of 120 musicians from five continents.

“My role was that of a multi-instrumentalist and arranger,” says Narayanan. Winds of Samsara became No.1 on the Billlboard charts in two weeks. This was mainly because of the sales of the album and user reviews

Winds of Samsara

Label: Listen 2 Africa
Released: 2014


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