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In the Indian music scene, there are only a few bands who blend the traditional with the contemporary perfectly well - Agam is one of those bands. An Indian Carnatic progressive rock band, Agam comprises T. Praveen Kumar (lead guitarist), Harish Sivaramakrishnan (vocalist and violinist), Swamy Seetharaman (keyboardist and lyricist), Ganesh Ram Nagarajan (drummer and backing vocalist), Sivakumar Nagarajan (ethnic percussions), Vignesh Lakshminarayanan (bass guitarist and backing vocalist) and Jagadish Natarajan (rhythm guitarist). The Inner Self Awakens is Agam’s debut album which has been received with much praise. Having played in many prestigious music festivals such as the MAD Festival, the Fireflies Festival, Octoberfest and the Chennai Sangamam, this band’s music is truly sublime and stirring.
|Number Of Discs||1|
1. Brahma's Dance
2. Dhanashree Thillana
4. Boat Song
5. Swans Of Saraswati
6. Malhar Jam
|Title||Agam - The Inner Self Awakens|
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Dec 27, 2012
Steal this album!I am a pretty hard-core hard rock fan and carnatic rock wasn't really on my list - until this album. The review in the Hindu was tempting and I listened to a sound sample and bought the album - first on ITunes and then the physical version - I am the old-fashioned type who prefers the physical medium with the album artwork/cover/lyrics etc.
Oct 29, 2012
Agam songs - A bliss!!!I really have no words to describe the feeling when I hear these soul stirring collections from Agam. It is the right mix of classical and western with amazing bgms!
Nov 15, 2012
The Inner Self Awakens! Sublime album. _/\_I got into the music of the band when I saw them at NH7 Weekender, Pune and they were stunning. Pure Carnatic Progressive Rock which is pretty rare these days. The music is pure bliss, takes you to a different trance.
Nov 18, 2012
Worth the wait? Maybe.It's a debut alright, I waited a while for the album in it's physical avatar, for I prefer having it in my hands rather than buy it off iTunes and that cover, man, it's quite a cover that. The album overall is just about alright. It isn't the best one around but neither is it bad in no mean terms.