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Trilok Gurtu

Trilok Gurtu
Country
India
Profile
Trilok Gurtu (born 30 October, 1951 in Bombay) is an Indian percussionist and composer, whose work has blended the music of his homeland with jazz fusion, world music and other genres.
Website
http://www.trilokgurtu.net
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Releases on file (14)
Panzerballett — Breaking Rain Panzerballett — Breaking Rain
(Gentle Art of Music GAOM 040, 2015, CD)
Trilok Gurtu — Spellbound Trilok Gurtu — Spellbound
(Moosicus M 1206-2, 2013, CD)
Trilok Gurtu with Simon Phillips / NDR Big Band — 21 Spices Trilok Gurtu with Simon Phillips / NDR Big Band — 21 Spices
(Mig Music MIG 80012, 2011, CD)
Tabla Beat Science — Tala Matrix Tabla Beat Science — Tala Matrix
(Palm Pictures PALMCD 2046-2, 2000, CD)
Nguyên Lê — Tales from Viêt-Nam Nguyên Lê — Tales from Viêt-Nam
(ACT 9225-2, 1996, CD)
Material — Hallucination Engine Material — Hallucination Engine
(Axiom 315-518 351-2, 1994, CD)
Jack Bruce — Somethin Els Jack Bruce — Somethin Els
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2427, 1993/2014, CD)
Trilok Gurtu — Usfret Trilok Gurtu — Usfret
(Times Square TSQ9018, 1988/2001, CD)
Matthias Frey — Onyx Matthias Frey — Onyx
(Rillenwerke MF 8206, 1982, LP)
Matthias Frey / Trilok Gurtu — Sandhya Matthias Frey / Trilok Gurtu — Sandhya
(Rillenwerke MF 8102, 1981, LP)
Embryo — Apo-Calypso Embryo — Apo-Calypso
(Disconforme DISC 1033 CD, 1977/1999, CD)
Charlie Mariano — October Charlie Mariano — October
(Contemp 2, 1977, LP)
Aktuala — Tappeto Volante Aktuala — Tappeto Volante
(GDRCD1104, 1976/2013, CD)
Aktuala — La Terra Aktuala — La Terra
(GDR CD 1103, 1974/2013, CD)

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