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Salt Rain

by Susheela Raman

Salt Rain by Susheela Raman

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Salt Rain

by Susheela Raman

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Label: Narada
One of 2001's most thoughtful albums, Salt Rain is a world music fan's wet dream: the eclectic, classically trained Raman creates a hybrid that's about invention, not novelty. Songs like "Ganapati" and "Mamavatu" mix Hindustani and Carnatic influences with jazz and blues, and the hybrid makes genuine sense -- not to mention Raman's voice is an enigmatic revelation.

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One of 2001's most thoughtful albums, Salt Rain is a world music fan's wet dream: the eclectic, classically trained Raman creates a hybrid that's about invention, not novelty. Songs like "Ganapati" and "Mamavatu" mix Hindustani and Carnatic influences with jazz and blues, and the hybrid makes genuine sense -- not to mention Raman's voice is an enigmatic revelation.

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About This Album

One of 2001's most thoughtful albums, Salt Rain is a world music fan's wet dream: the eclectic, classically trained Raman creates a hybrid that's about invention, not novelty. Songs like "Ganapati" and "Mamavatu" mix Hindustani and Carnatic influences with jazz and blues, and the hybrid makes genuine sense -- not to mention Raman's voice is an enigmatic revelation.