VARIOUS ARTISTS Bombay The Hard Way Guns, Cars & Sitars (1999)

Bombay The Hard Way
Guns, Cars & Sitars
(1999)
Psychedelic Indian Blaxpoitation

The All Music Guide best tells the story of this simple and perfect mixture of nu-beats and actual 60s/70s Indian soundtrack music – originally produced for low budget action, B-movie blaxpoitation flicks, Bollywood style. A combo of old and new that seamlessly fuses psychedelic Shaft, hip hop, 70s soul, sound bites and Munster muzak with looped hypnotics and plenty of soundtrack space. The sitar work ingeniously sets the album’s tone and the funky undercurrents give it that timeless, retro Tarantino vibe. Probably more of a cut & sample job than the review lets on, AMG still sums it up nicely, saying it showcases how the Americans and the Italians may have invented the noir and cheap thrill movie soundtrack, but the Indians took it to a whole different level.” Amazon.


Bombay 405 Miles
The Good, The Bad, and the Chutney
My Guru
Ganges a Go-Go
The Great Gambler
Professor Pyarelal
Fists of Curry
Punjabis, Pimps & Players
Inspector Jay From Dehli
Satchidananda
Theme From Don
Fear of a Brown Planet
Uptown Bollywood Nights
Kundan’s Hideout
Swami Safari

 

2 Comments

  • 1
    Spike
    February 28, 2009 - 10:00 | Permalink

    The remix/cut&paste/whatever is all done by Dan the Automator aka Handsome Boy Modeling School.

  • 2
    Capt. Willard
    November 12, 2009 - 20:37 | Permalink

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