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Media Type: CD
kaya project - Desert Phase
1.) the stranger rolls in
2.) desert phase
3.) ummah ooum (feat. shahin badar)
4.) the fortress
5.) desert child

kaya project's desert phase CD offers world dance music, global electronica chillout music, perfect for yoga beat and ecstatic dance enjoyment.

the 4th kaya project album desert phase. follows hot on the heels of …& so it goes (released in november 2008). this latest voyage into global electronica is inspired by windswept journeys through the sonoran desert, the thar desert and the northern sahara. for desert phase seb taylor and natasha chamberlain draw upon their personal experiences of time spent in these 3 deserts to convey the spirit of these mysterious landscapes and their inhabitants.

desert phase includes many of the recordings captured by seb and natasha in arizona, rajasthan and morocco, from the desert dwelling musicians of jaisalmer to moroccan bazaars and atmospheric desert winds recorded amongst the sand dunes in north america. while some of the tracks reflect the timeless, haunting and spacious nature of the desert (‘when only sand remains’, ‘the fourth age of sand’), many are a reflection of the people that inhabit these areas and are a tribute to their resilience, optimism and joyous attitudes in a seemingly harsh and unforgiving environment (‘desert phase’, ‘vijaya’, ‘the fortress’). other tracks are rooted in folklore and cinematic myth like the dusty desert/cowboy vibes of 'the stranger rolls in', 'calico stomp' and 'arizona morning cocoon'.

On desert phase a few of the tracks were transformed by the addition of extra musicians back in london like the vocals of shahin badar on 'ummah oum' and the upright bass playing on 'dust devil' by riad abji. the bollywood recording sessions that were part of the second kaya project album elixir (deepak pandit on violin and vocals by sabiha khan) were also drawn upon to add a distinctive flavour to this release, as well as backing vocals from both irina mikhailova and deeyah - singers whose talents have graced previous kaya project releases. omar faruk tekbilek, who appeared on the elixir album also makes an appearance on desert phase playing ney and zourna on 'eye of the storm' & '23 towers'.

Enjoy kaya project album desert phase?  See below for more world dance music and global chill electronica for yoga dance enjoyment.

Other Products by kaya project
And So It Goes
Desert Phase Remixes



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