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Good People In Times of Evil

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Download links and information about Good People In Times of Evil by Jonas Hellborg. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Jazz, World Music genres. It contains 6 tracks with total duration of 51:40 minutes.

Artist: Jonas Hellborg
Release date: 2000
Genre: Jazz, World Music
Tracks: 6
Duration: 51:40
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Aga of the Ladies 12:10
2. Savitri 6:53
3. Leal Souvenir 10:55
4. Bhakti Ras 7:37
5. Who Would You Like to Be? 7:08
6. Uma Haimavati 6:57

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Of the many stunningly beautiful albums recorded by bassist Jonas Hellborg, this is perhaps the most consistently lovely. Technically, this is a trio album — Hellborg is joined by guitar wizard Shawn Lane and Indian percussionist V. Selvaganesh — and although Hellborg will inevitably be cast as the leader in a setting like this (he's the only one of the three with composition credits on all tunes), there is an admirable equality of presence between the three. Lane is a truly awe-inspiring guitarist, a man who can seemingly play anything that enters his head, and yet who shows remarkable restraint most of the time; Selvaganesh is one of those rare percussionists who manages to blend into the general atmosphere, spinning out virtuoso polyrhythmic passages almost nonstop and yet rarely drawing attention to himself. The overall feel of this album is energetic yet relaxed; there is little or nothing in the way of tonally or texturing forbidding music, and yet all of it is beautiful in a way that challenges the ear. Particular highlights include the lyrical "Aga of the Ladies" and "Bhakti Ras," which was recorded live and features a guest appearance by sarangi player Ustad Sultan Khan. Very highly recommended.