SHEILA CHANDRA ABoneCroneDrone (1996)

ABoneCroneDrone (1996)
Psychedelics From The Spiritual Source

Off The Oft Ignored Shelf: Melodies, drones, mysticism and some cool psychedelics from Sheila Chandra. For some it might seem a little too close to New Age serene, while label Real World categorizes it as World Music. I call it space candy. Amazon.


ABoneCroneDrone 1 (7:27)
ABoneCroneDrone 2 (8:02)
ABoneCroneDrone 3 (7:31)
ABoneCroneDrone 4 (7:07)
ABoneCroneDrone 5 (7:20)
ABoneCroneDrone 6 (7:20)

 

10 Comments

  • 1
    Mona
    August 31, 2009 - 16:24 | Permalink

    And for this one. i saw a wonderful solo gig about 15 years ago here in Melbourne that was just jaw droppingly superb.
    Regards/

  • 2
    Nolan Micron
    August 31, 2009 - 22:44 | Permalink

    Whoa! Some great stuff on here! Thanks again for this treasure.

    You have been linked at http://castlesinspace.blogspot.com

  • 3
    Max Frost
    August 31, 2009 - 23:44 | Permalink

    I've had this for years, great record. Super space out music. By the way, great blog, thanks for posting all this.

  • 4
    Paul McClelland
    August 31, 2009 - 23:55 | Permalink

    You KNEW I would love this one. Thank you, Willard.

  • 5
    Homer Simpson
    September 1, 2009 - 02:42 | Permalink

    Mmmmm…space candy…

  • 6
    Richard
    September 1, 2009 - 17:32 | Permalink

    To my ear, Sheila has one of 'the' great voices.

    I already own the original of this, and can't recommend it highly enough…

  • 7
    Chance
    September 7, 2009 - 03:00 | Permalink

    Oh, fuckin' YES! I got me some "Weaving My Ancestor's Voices" and "Roots And Wings" but not this one, which I've been wanting for years. THANK YOU!

    Well, if there was ever a lingering vestige of a doubt about your great taste, Willard, this buries it forever. Everyone should treat themselves to Sheila Chandra, a pure artist making truly unique and beautiful music.

  • 8
    Capt. Willard
    November 11, 2009 - 18:07 | Permalink

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  • 9
    FlashG
    August 30, 2012 - 14:40 | Permalink

    Anyone who ,likes this should check out her former band Monsoon, if ya haven’t already. Their version of the Beatle’s “Tomorrow Never Knows is ethereal and superb, the rest of their work is wonderful as well. They were called “Indipop” at the time. don’t know if their CD is still available. Good luck and tanx for this.

  • 10
    Willard
    August 30, 2012 - 14:45 | Permalink

    Always up for an alt version of Tomorrow Never Knows. Thanks for the tip.

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