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Star Rise CD, Import

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  • CD (3 octobre 1997)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Real World
  • ASIN : B0000260AG
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 1.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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1. Joi (Sweet Pain Remix)
2. Talvin Singh (My Heart, My Life Remix)
3. Asian Dub Foundation (Taa Deem Remix)
4. State Of Bengal (Shadow Remix)
5. Aki Nawaz (Longing Remix)
6. Black Star Liner (My Comfort Remains Remix)
7. Nitin Sawhney (Tracery Remix)
8. Earthtribe (Lament Remix)
9. The Dhol Foundation Fun Da Mental (Nothing Without You)

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Mort et enterré en 1997, Nusrat est encore et pour toujours l'objet d'un culte qui dépasse le cadre de la simple communauté. Pour preuves, ces multiples remixes de certaines perles du maître de céans soufi par la plupart des jeunes activistes de la scène indo-pakistanaise londonienne. Au programme : Asian Dub Foundation, Talvin Singh, Aki Nawaz, Nitin Sawhney, Fundamental, Black Star Liner, Joï, State Of Bengal... pour une qawwali party qui confronte les cavalcades analogiques de l'homme à la voix d'or aux rythmes trépidants sur tous les temps : house, techno-rock, jungle et ainsi de suite. --Jacques Denis

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Par JE le 2 février 2015
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Alors, j'ai 3 albums de Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (Night song, Mustt Mustt, et Shahen-Shah), que j'adore, mais celui-ci, c'est un peu genre "Nusrat version techno", j'avoue que je ne l'aime pas.
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14 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Outstanding, even from a purist's point of view! 17 octobre 2000
Par Jeevan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I know this album catches a lot of flack from Nusrat devotees and purists. I have been listening to Nusrat for over a decade, well before he became "hip" over here in the west, and I stand by this album.
First of all, contradictory to popular myth, this album was not a vain effort to cash in on the singer's recent demise. The album was made and almost fully completed when he was alive, the liner notes on the cd cover explain this.
Secondly, Nusrat himself was experimenting with mixing and fusing different sounds. If you want proof of this, listen to "Swan Song" which is a 2-cd recording of his final concert prior to his demise. The concert was held in his homeland in Pakistan, and even then, the album is filled with various western instruments, guitars, horns, even an electronic piano.
Some may dispute the blendings that have occured with Nusrat's works, but if the esteemed singer himself was experimenting with it then who are they to critique him. Nusrat understood that the Qawalli tradition had to be made as universal as possible and was willing to do the neccessary to make it so.
Finally, these musicians who took and remixed Nurat's works are not some hippie-type John McLaughlin-loving (nothing wrong with John, just making a point) DJ's. These are South Asian musicians who grew up on Nusrat and to a great extend were inspired by him.
It is fascinating to see what groups like Asian Dub Foundation (who are considered to be the "Rage Against the Machine" of South Asians) do with Nusrat's work, bringing the raw passion to surface with heavy beats. The heavy percussion accompaniments to "Nothing Without You" are so mesmerizing and beat-laden you'll want to dance.
Nusrat purists remind me of the old-school radio-station DJ's with their mullet haircuts, shaded glasses and satin tour jackets who still go on about Credence Clearwater Revival and so on (nothing wrong with Credence, but come on...) They refuse to evolve, and to let music grow. They stagnate in their own pools of anachronistic music.
This CD is outstanding, take that from a Nusrat purist who's not afraid of change!
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
UK djs have made eerie century-old sounds accessible 8 novembre 1998
Par houseathena@earthlink.net - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The Khans have been singing traditional Q'awwali music for centuries but only now has the music of this century's most legendary Khan, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, been made accessible to younger Western audiences.
Released on Peter Gabriel's Real World Records, this compilation includes mixes of Ali Khan's recordings that range from sublime to dizzy to mundane.
Some tracks, such as Talvin Singh's remix of My Heart, My Life, seem to draw from inspiration not unlike Ali Khan's, incorporating a vast radiation of Sufi soul with low-key beats.
This collection, on the whole, is better suited for background play than anything else. Its tone is fairly consistent, with the glaring and abject exception of Nitin Sawhney's Tracery Remix, whose narration is beyond sophomoric. Don't let that hinder you, however, from both enjoying what else this recording has to offer and becoming more familiar with Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan's other recordings on Real World Records. Khan himself toured with WOMAD for several years prior to his death in 1997 and was the foremost emmissary of Q'awwali music in the West. This last, and posthumous, contribution, compliments of some of the UK's biggest Asian dj's, is a sound that stands on its own as well as being a doorway into the Q'awwali tradition of devotional song and poetry. As for STAR RISE, consider it either an intro to Ali Khan for electronica heads or for Q'awwali fans, an intro to the major Asian-British djs. Either way, it works.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
If only NFAK was still alive... 23 janvier 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Star Rise takes the late great Ustad's music to new heights, making it accessible to young South Asians in the UK and North America (like yours truly). This album will turn qawwali fans on to the Asian Underground, and Asian Underground fans on to qawwali. The first 3 trax are instantly appealing; Joi's get-up-and-dance basslines, TSingh's beautiful, superb electric hypnosis, and Asian Dub Foundation's wild, subversive punk remix, with tablas racing at jungle speed. Others, such as SOB and Nitin Sawnhey, will grow on you, trust me. It's all about preserving and modernising the culture, and breaking down stereotypes at the same time. A great intro to the Asian Underground. The comments by the remixers are a nice touch.
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Great, but shouldn't substitute listening to the originals 11 mai 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I personally love this CD, because I love a touch of electro. music in everything. I think Michael Brooks did a good job, as did the rest of the artists involved in compiling this collection. I only regret that I can't understand the words. But, music is universal, and NFAK talent was certainly universal. So, I say this CD is a great tribute to the Artist and it is a great item to have in your collection. But, don't forget listening to the original NFAK, too. He is well-worth it!
7 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A Decent Compilation 31 juillet 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Star Rise" is a decent compilation featuring the great Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan remixed by several of the well known Asian Underground movement artists. It offers a good blend of classical Paskitani vocals fused with electronica. I don't think this is exactly dance music, but it serves as effective background music.
Talvin Singh lives up to my expectations, and the Asian Dub Foundation surprised me. Not surprisingly enough though. ADF, along with Cornershop, was one of the front-runners in the Asian Underground movement in England. Another noteworthy performer featured on this CD is Black Star Liner. Look for their new single "Superfly and Bindi."
Overall, this album has good quality performers who have made marks for themselves before this album even came out. I recommend this album to anyone who wants a sampling of some of the established Underground artists. Also, check out Talvin Singh's "Anokha" for another excellent compilation.
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