I would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.
released March 28, 2014
Cover photo: unknown graffiti artist, Mumbai.
Design by Ed Hanley
Ed Hanley-tabla, baya, didgeridoo, voice, udu, shaker, side percussion, counting to ELEVEN, giggles, programming, recording, editing, mixing, producer
Marcus Ali-soprano sax
Dylan Bell-keyboards, bass, shakers, counting to ELEVEN, giggles
Wendy Fisher-singing bowls, bells
Larry Graves-gongs, green Egyptian parade drum, gungon, drumkit
Justin Gray-bass veena
Christine Hein-singing bowls, bells
Jurij Konje-darabuka, shakers, counting to ELEVEN, giggles
Mary Ellen Moore-voice
Vicki Persig-singing bowls, bells
Lori Fox Rossi-singing bowls, bells
Suba Sankaran-voice, lehara variations, singing bowls, bells, shakers, counting to ELEVEN, giggles
Laurie Stevenson-singing bowls, bells
Ed Hanley began his tabla (north Indian classical percussion) training in Toronto, Canada with Ritesh Das in 1989, and has
since studied with master drummers Swapan Chaudhuri, Anindo Chatterjee, Suresh Talwalkar, Subhajyothi Guha, Trichy Sankaran and Karaikudi Mani.
Ed is co-artistic director of critically acclaimed world music ensemble Autorickshaw....more
Across these songs, Ethiopian jazz, African psychedelic rock and funk, Sudanese dance rhythms, and Tuaregi grooves mingle with the jazz and folk traditions of the Americas. Bandcamp Album of the Day Mar 19, 2019