Amogh Symphony: Vectorscan - mesmerizing ethnic instrumentation experimental progressive fusion

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Desolate (0:002:26)
Junaki, Osinaki. Dhumuha, Saki. (2:277:49)
Consume ectoplasm before it runs, resume chakras because it burns. (7:519:33)
Bliss of the weak, strength to the peak, teach for humble, soil will rumble. (9:3414:27)
We are here, they are here, sector of nectar, feeding vector.(14:2815:50)
1289, voyeur will shine, fight for distinction, evolution is mine. (15:5122:05)
Osir. (22:0624:09)
Mayamohey bhora, aey dhorat. (24:1030:06)
Tongue of fire, burning wings, torment dormant. (30:07-36:19)
Weather report, shortening of days, change their minds, clash of rays. (36:2040:43)
Maatir manuh ami, Maatirey jibon, matirey gao joyogaan.(40:4447:51)
Onamika (47:5253:37)

Amogh Symphony (Studio Lineup in this third studio album) :

Andrey Sazonov – Keyboards, Piano, Synth/8 bit synth, Guitar with Bow, Guqin Guitar Hybrid, Hangs, Saxophone, Harmonica, Violin, Accordion, Tribal vocals and Soundscape programming PLUS Lots of engineering.

Jim Richman – Drums, Percussion. PLUS Lots of engineering and Audio Mastering.

Vishal J. Singh – Electric and Acoustic Guitars, Santoor-Guitar hybrid, Electric Bass, Guitar Synth, Orchestral String programming via Synth Guitar, Hawaiin and Slide guitar, Microtonal guitar, 8 bit guitar, Soundscape programming, Synth and Electric Piano. PLUS Lots of engineering.

Shankar Das – Microtonal Trumpet

Kasturi Singh (Vishal J Singh’s mother) – Vocals

Lyrics written by Vishal J. Singh‘s belated Grandma Songwriter/Pianist/Hawaain Guitarist/Singer/Multi-Instrumentalist Late Labanya Prabha Nath in 1941 taken from her book of songs.

Youri Raymond(Unhuman, ex Cryptopsy) – Baritone Chants(Vocals). Recorded by Mathieu Marcotte (Augury, Humanoid).

Goregaon Detuned/Microtonal Brass Orchestra – Live recorded by Venkat Iyer. Conducted and Arranged by Vishal J.Singh

Nikhil Nandakumar – Microtonal harmony Carnatic Violin (recorded by Ariel Samson of Paradigm Shift)

Cicada Chorus Rhythm section from the woods of Virginia(FOLEY) – Recorded by Jim Richman. Engineered later to Soundscape and loop by Vishal J.Singh. Additional FOLEY/ambience recorded by Andy Nesbitt.

Manas Chowdhary (Guest bass appearance in "Weather report)) – Microtonal/Fretless Bass, Electric bass

This album was recorded in 8 different studios including 4 bedroom studios and 4 professional studios.

All tracks produced by Vishal J.Singh, Andrey Sazonov and Jim Richman.

All tracks arranged and mixed by Vishal J.Singh.

Audio Mastering done by Jim Richman.

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