Loop Guru is a worldbeat group consisting of bassist/guitarist Salman Gita (born Sam Dodson) and programmer Jamuud (born David Muddyman). They first met around 1980 and initially played together in The Transmitters and released their debut single as Loop Guru, Shrine, in 1992. The band's music is a melange of Asian and Western music, infusing Western dance beats with the rich textures and sounds of Indonesian gamelan and traditional Indian music
Listen to music from Loop Guru like Tchengo, Single Orphan First Year Camel & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Loop Guru. If ever a band embodied the term Global Village, it is Loop Guru. Using a deft combination of old world instruments and vocals with new technology, Loop Guru create a collage of sounds that are somewhat familiar yet still unprecedented.
Loop Guru DUNIYA, released 22 June 2018 1. HYMN 2. SUSSAN 11 3. JUNGLE A 4. THROUGH CINEMAS 5. BANGDAD 6. THE FINE LINE BETWEEN PASSION AND FEAR 7. SENSELESS 8. FREEDOM FROM THE KNOWN 9. APHRODITES'S SHOE 10. Under influence 11. Tchengo 12. THE THIRD CHAMBER Loop Guru are the punk/anarchic 'travelers and archeologists" of global music. The experimentation went beyond the external structure of a sound, they dug a little bit more and then deeper and then fell into a sound.
Profil: Most known as Jamuud, Sam & Speechless. Jamuud (Dave Muddyman): The elusive one. Never plays live. Prefers to sit in his bubble of chaotic laughter ruminating the cosmos and making noises. Catalogue Of Desires Volume 3 - The Clear White Variation (Album). Vendre cette version.
More albums from Loop Guru: Duniya (The Intrinsic Passion Of Mysterious Joy) by Loop Guru. Catalogue Of Desires Volume 3 – The Clear White Variation by Loop Guru. I Can’t Do Without You, That’s What You Do To Me by Loop Guru. Amrita . ll These And The Japanese Soup Warriors) by Loop Guru. The Third Chamber by Loop Guru. Duniya (The Intrinsic Passion Of Mysterious Joy) by Loop Guru. Moksha – Peel To Reveal by Loop Guru. Loop Bites Dog by Loop Guru. View all albums . Bathtime With Loop Guru.
Dance music, by nature, has a precariously transient quality. As hard as Loop Guru tries on Duniya to achieve something eternal, spicing up fairly pedestrian rhythms with a potpourri of world music flavors is simply not enough.
It's a rare Loop Guru album that sounds much different from its predecessor, and Loop Bites Dog hardly varies the formula, with ambient-breakbeat productions, worldbeat-inflected female vocals and the vaguely symphonic feel of a grandiose concept album taken far more seriously than it should be.