Shakti Blues
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Nepali pop songs and instrumental pieces composed by Yogendra B. Shakya
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Peak position #5 1
This is the original version of the song. Vocals by Prabin Sharma. Mukti and Revival sang a rock version of this song. Music style influenced by Deepak Bajracharya, Jesse Cooke and Jack Johnson.
Peak in sub-genre #34
Composed together with my bro Rajen in Dec 05. Lead vocals by Rajen Shakya. This song was inspired by and is dedicated to my newly born neice, Asha. Rajen and I composed it while trying to put little Asha to bed. Rap style influenced by AJ & Dee
Peak in sub-genre #30
My first complete English song. With George Bush Jr on the background. Added April 10, 2006
Peak in sub-genre #26 1
This is an attempt to compose a song in which the rhythm guitar closely mirrors the emotions expressed in the lyrics. Sabin Ninglekhu's unique quivering vocals nicely emphasizes the longing expressed in the lyrics.
Peak in sub-genre #44
Another song for little Asha for her Janku (rice feeding ceremony). With Rajen's beautiful vocals. Added April 10th, 2006
Peak in sub-genre #41
With Rap by AJ. Special thanks to Sabin for the detailed feedback on this song (including the idea of having AJ rap in the middle).
Peak in sub-genre #34
For all the kickass women in the world.....
Peak in sub-genre #18 1
Wrote this song for my dad who passed away on February 14th, 2003. The title "Lakh Batti" (100,000 lights) refers to the tradition in Nepal of lighting 100,000 candles for deceased relatives. Lead vocals: Rajen Shakya. Inital input from Yesha
Peak in sub-genre #39
Rough cut. Recorded in a rush so music and Rajen's vocals is a bit rough. Better version to come soon. The title of this song 'Mukta Akash Ko Khojma' (In Search of a Free Sky) comes from a book (with the same title) written by a Nepalese leftist a
Peak in sub-genre #46 1
This is one of the first Nepali songs that i composed. Composed in 2001. Vocals: Prabin Sharma
This is the song that triggered my creative explosion in 2005. Special thanks to Ashok and Himalaya Rana for the numerous jam/recording session from which this song developed. Thanks to Ashok Rana for the superb recording, mixing and backing vocals.
Peak in sub-genre #64
A very rough copy. The music style is influenced by Lhasa.
Instrumental piece that I composed in 1992. This version is from the album The Dragonfly Sessions (Recorded by Alan Walks;Subterfuge Records; 2001) and is performed by Alan Walks (guitar), Jeff Martel (sitar), Rajen(tabla) and myself (guitar).
Peak in sub-genre #41
A musical tribute to a trip that I took with my best buddy Kedar Maharjan to the Annapurana base camp way back in 1989. The music tries to capture the euphoria we felt when we saw the majestic himalayas up close. Dedicated to Kedar. Rough version.
Peak in sub-genre #77
Instrumental piece that I composed in 1993. This version is from the album The Dragonfly Sessions (Recorded by Alan Walks;Subterfuge Records; 2001) and is performed by Alan Walks (guitar), Jeff Martel (sitar), Rajen(tabla) and myself (guitar).
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