Dave’s Lounge #155: The Lal Meri Special

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Lal Meri

This is a feature I've been meaning to bring you for a few weeks now, and I'm glad I'm able to do it, because Lal Meri's debut album is absolute quality. Producer Carmen Rizzo, formerly of Nettwerk Records duo Povi, has teamed up with vocalist Nancy Kaye (a/k/a Rosey) and Ireesh Lal to create worldbeat-tinged downtempo album that just oozes class throughout. This is great stuff, folks, and it really should be in your music collection…

Click here to visit Lal Meri's web site.
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Playlist for Dave's Lounge #155:

  1. Lal Meri, "Borders"
  2. Lal Meri, "Dreams of 18"
  3. Lal Meri, "More Songs for the Moon"
  4. Lal Meri, "Bad Things"
  5. Lal Meri, "Sweet Love"
  6. Lal Meri, "Give Me Your Light"

Buy "Lal Meri" in MP3 format from: eMusic
Buy "Lal Meri" in DRM-free AAC format from: iTunes

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Enjoy the show!

6 thoughts on “Dave’s Lounge #155: The Lal Meri Special

  1. Love this album too, which I bought back when you first played them in February. The female Indian vocalist on some tracks reminds me of Najma. She’s not exactly electronica, but she’s still really good! Check her out.

  2. Dave

    I’m a fan, I travel the world, and listen to your podcasts in trains, planes, and automobiles while I write blog posts and reports!

    I really enjoyed this episode and bought the album using your affiliate link.

    @jowyang

  3. I’m completely infatuated with this band! Thanks for once again giving me a new artist to love. Gonna buy the album ASAP.

  4. It is not available for download from eMusic in Portugal. I just hate when this happens…

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