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Beltashazam

Beltashazam

Beltashazam


Beltashazam concentrates on solo droning vocal pieces, but occasionally makes use of tambura, piano, an old harmonium, and environmental sounds. Born in Massachusetts when the number one pop tune was Artie Shaw's "Frenesi," Beltashazam received his initial inspiration for vocal droning when he attended La Monte Young's performances of "The Tortoise, His Dreams and Journeys" in 1964. He started playing the premier drone instrument, the tambura, in 1966, playing it for public kirtans with other students of A. Read more on Last.fm
Beltashazam concentrates on solo droning vocal pieces, but occasionally makes use of tambura, piano, an old harmonium, and environmental sounds. Born in Massachusetts when the number one pop tune was Artie Shaw's "Frenesi," Beltashazam received his initial inspiration for vocal droning when he attended La Monte Young's performances of "The Tortoise, His Dreams and Journeys" in 1964. He started playing the premier drone instrument, the tambura, in 1966, playing it for public kirtans with other students of A. C.

Bhaktivedanta Swami for many years thereafter. Trained in kirtan singing by the Swami, Beltashazam was a member of kirtan groups in Los Angeles and a kirtan leader in New York and Washington DC. After hearing David Hykes and Jonathan Goldman's recordings in the 1980s, he began practising vocal harmonic droning. Beltashazam's pieces were first offered on his web site in 2006, streamed onto his Second Life parcel in 2007, and placed on MySpace Music in 2008.

He lives in Sebastian, Florida. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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