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Tasa: Bhakti

You wouldn’t know it from the usual media sources, except maybe on the odd eclectic college radio show, but the mix and match process of jazz and world music continues apace. It’s a relatively underground phenom that occasionally pokes its head above the surface in places like the Knitting Factory or in the very occasional high-profile context, as with Shakti. But work is being done, and music is being made with an ear for cultural syntheses that make artful sense.

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