Tandanu

Tandanu

Album Category: Hindi, Non Film
Year: 2014
Music Director: Indian Ocean, Karsh Kale, Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, V. Selvaganesh, Kumaresh Rajagopalan, Vishal Dadlani, Traditional
Lyricist: Sanjeev Sharma, Shankarbhai Tadavla, Traditional, Vishal Dadlani, Indira Kilam
Artist: Indian Ocean
Label: Times
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Album Credits: INSTRUMENTATION:   DRUMS: Karsh Kale, Amit Kilam; GABGUBI & CLARINET: Amit Kilam; TABLA: Himanshu Joshi, More...
 
 



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Tandanu
Singer: Shankar Mahadevan, Asheem Chakravarty, Susmit Sen, Indian Ocean
Lyricist: Traditional
Artist: Indian Ocean
Genre: Kannada Folk, Pop, Hindustani
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Behney Do
Singer: Indian Ocean
Music Director: Indian Ocean, Karsh Kale
Lyricist: Sanjeev Sharma
Artist: Indian Ocean
Genre: Sugam, Jazz, Rock
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Charkha
Singer: Indian Ocean
Music Director: Indian Ocean, Vishwa Mohan Bhatt
Lyricist: Sanjeev Sharma
Artist: Indian Ocean
Genre: Hindi Folk, Hindustani, Rock
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Roday
Singer: Vishal Dadlani, Indian Ocean
Music Director: Indian Ocean, Vishal Dadlani, Traditional
Lyricist: Traditional, Vishal Dadlani, Indira Kilam
Artist: Indian Ocean
Genre: Rock
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Longing
Music Director: Indian Ocean, Kumaresh Rajagopalan
Artist: Indian Ocean
Genre: New Age, Carnatic, Jazz
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Cheetu
Singer: Indian Ocean
Music Director: Indian Ocean, V. Selvaganesh
Lyricist: Shankarbhai Tadavla
Artist: Indian Ocean
Genre: Hindi Folk, Jazz
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Gar Ho Sake
Singer: Shubha Mudgal, Indian Ocean
Artist: Indian Ocean
Genre: Sugam, Rock
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • This album marks the 25th year of the Indian Ocean band.

    Song

  • Charkha - The vocals in this song are based on a collaboration Indian Ocean did with some Santhali musicians in 2013.[1]
  • Cheetu - Rahul Ram learned about this song while he was agitating against the Sardar Sarivar Dam project on the river Narmada. He, along with other activists, were jailed in the police station which used to be house of the Bhil chieftain about whom this song is. Rahul's rendition of this song in the lockup pleased the jailer so much that he brought him home-cooked food to eat.[2]
  • Gar Ho Sake - The poem on which this song is composed was being used by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in its campaign when Indian Ocean came across it. They were so impressed by the poem that they decided to make a song out of it.



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