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Falling - Nitin Sawhney - Human

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  1. Voodoojar says:
    Human is a passable entry in the realm of coffee table trip-hop. Nitin Sawhney presents the album as the third piece in a trilogy of concept albums. Beyond Skin got things off to a wonderful start with its thrilling mix of exotic world music and lush electronics, and Prophesy was hampered by a pretentious concept and lackluster songs.5/
  2. Kazradal says:
    Aug 18,  · Nitin Sawhney takes his Indian-fusion one step further with HUMAN, infusion copious amounts of British pop-soul with the Eastern vocals. And it's semi-successful, even if it does get a slightly self-indulgent at times ("Eastern Eyes," "Falling," “Rainfall” -- /5(50).
  3. Jugami says:
    Jun 21,  · Nitin Sawhney's latest venture "Human" is an unexpectedly fresh evolution from his last work "Prophesy" as well as a wonderful bookend to the modern classic "Beyond Skin". He has reached a new level in terms of his ability to orchestrate exciting talent from around the globe, emerging as a latter day Peter Gabriel/5(17).
  4. Tegore says:
    Fragile Wind Lyrics: Haath pakad kar chalte rahe, saath samundar chod gaye, andhiyaari se roshni tak / Aa hi gaye hum aa hi gaye (hindi) / Inside the dark, deepest part of my mind. Through.
  5. Maugul says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Human on Discogs/5(25).
  6. Met says:
    Nitin Sawhney. Nitin Sawhney (born ) is a British Indian musician, producer and composer. His critically acclaimed work combines Asian and other worldwide influences with elements of jazz and electronica and often explores themes such as multiculturalism, politics and spirituality.
  7. Danos says:
    Nitin Sawhney CBE (born ) is a British Indian musician, producer and composer. A recipient of the Ivor Novello Lifetime Achievement award in , his work combines Asian and other worldwide influences with elements of jazz and electronica and often explores themes such as multiculturalism, politics, and spirituality.
  8. Kijinn says:
    Aug 18,  · Nitin Sawhney takes his Indian-fusion one step further with HUMAN, infusion copious amounts of British pop-soul with the Eastern vocals. And it's semi-successful, even if it does get a slightly self-indulgent at times ("Eastern Eyes," "Falling," “Rainfall” -- /5(81).
  9. Goltitaxe says:
    Jun 21,  · Nitin Sawhney's latest venture "Human" is an unexpectedly fresh evolution from his last work "Prophesy" as well as a wonderful bookend to the modern classic "Beyond Skin". He has reached a new level in terms of his ability to orchestrate exciting talent from around the globe, emerging as a latter day Peter Gabriel/5(14).
  10. Yoll says:
    'Human' may be his most commercial album to date, but as Nitin Sawhney explains to Phil Meadley, with its songs about childhood and racism, it is also the most personal.

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