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by Glenn Astarita
As a solo artist, Prasanna (Raga Metal Conversations, Raga Bop Trio) doesn't record that often, but when he does, it's usually an impressive musical statement, incited by his ferocious licks and unique convergence of Indian Carnatic music with a Western muse. For example, check out his previous outing, which is an East-West tribute to Jimi Hendrix ...
Label: Susila Music
Track listing: Eruption in Bangalore; Snakebanger's Ball; 4th Stone from the Sun; Dark Sundae in Triplicane; Indra's Necklace; 9th Stone from the Sum; Iguana on a Funky Trail; 8th Avenue and East Mada Street; Pot Belly Blues; Sri Jimi; Bowling for Peace.
Label: Susila Music
Track listing: 1) "Eruption In Bangalore"; 2) "Snakebanger's Ball"; 3) "4th Stone From The Sun"; 4) "Dark Sundae In Triplicane"; 5) "Indra's Necklace"; 6) "9th Stone From The Sum"; 7) "Iguana On A Funky Trail"; 8) "8th Avenue And East Mada Street"; 9) "Pot Belly Blues"; 10) "Sri Jimi"; 11) "Bowling For Peace"
Prasanna Electric Ganesha Land Susila Music 2006 Hot on the heels of the genre bending South Indian Carnatic/jazz fusion album Be The Change, Prasanna here offers another staggering experiment. This time he fuses Carnatic music with many of the known variants, and sources, of rock music--from hard rock ...
by John Kelman
Prasanna's Be the Change (Susila Music, 2003) was a remarkable combination of the South Indian Carnatic tradition with a fusion energy comparable to better-known guitarists like John McLaughlin. Electric Ganesha Land moves away from jazz, paying tribute to legendary rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix. The lineup features Prasanna alone or with a number of Indian musicians playing ...
by C.S. Vallikanth
Prasanna Be the Change Susila Music 2004 At dusk the cock announces dawn; At midnight, the bright sun. ~ Zen Poem Could there be an eternity beyond earthly opposites? Could a This" and That" cease to be? Could the unity of all opposites become a vivid ...