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The Sachal Ensemble: Song of Lahore

Track List

>Blue Pepper (Far East of the Blues) - (featuring Wynton Marsalis)
>Shelter From the Storm - (with The Sachal Ensemble, featuring Susan Tedeschi)
>Yes We Can Can - (featuring Bilal)
>Man in the Mirror - (with The Sachal Ensemble)
>Speak - (featuring Meryl Streep)
>(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace Love & Understanding - (featuring Sean Lennon)
>Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child/Mai Ni - (with The Sachal Ensemble)
>Get Up, Stand Up/Shalamar - (with The Sachal Ensemble, featuring Cibo Matto)
>Sound of Wonder aka Dama Dam Mast Qalandar, The
>Love's in Need of Love Today - (with The Sachal Ensemble)
>Laila Lo Laila - (featuring Nels Cline)
>I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free - (with The Sachal Ensemble, featuring La Marisoul of La Santa Cecilia)
>Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth) - (featuring Seu Jorge)

Album Notes

Personnel: Asad Ali (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Nijat Ali (vocals, violin, harmonium); Baqir Abbas (vocals, bansuri); Michael Leonhart (guitar, brass, keyboards, percussion, programming, background vocals); Mustafa Bahghat (sitar); Entcho Todorov (violin, viola); Saleem Khan (violin); Dave Eggar , Marika Hughes (cello); Tim Luntzel (acoustic bass, electric bass); Brian Wolfe (drums, percussion); Ballu Khan (tabla).

Audio Mixer: Kevin Killen.

Liner Note Author: Bradley Bambarger.

Recording information: Atlantic Sound Studios, Brooklyn, NY; Eastwest Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA; Estudio Monaural, Rio, Brazil; Lindberg Palace, Brooklyn, NY; Parlor House Studios, New Orleans, LA; Post Factory, NY, NY; Removador Fun Ranch Studios, Louisville, KY; Sachal Studios, Lahore, Pakistan; Sear Sound Studios, NY, NY; Swamp Raga Studios, Jacksonville, FL; The Bunker, Brooklyn, NY.

Photographers: Mobeen Ansari; Nadir Siddiqui; Faizan Ali.

Arranger: Michael Leonhart.


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