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Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood and The Rajasthan Express - Junun Musikalbum

Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood and The Rajasthan Express - Junun Musikalbum Darsteller: Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood and The Rajasthan Express
Titel: Junun
Stil: Experimental, Indian Classical
Category: Elektronische Musik / Folk, Weltmusic, Countrymusik
Datum der Freigabe: 20 Nov 2015
Land: US
Etikett: Nonesuch
Katalognummer: 552641-2
Size MP3: 1811 mb
Size FLAC: 2215 mb
Rating: 4.8


2Junun Brass3:29
9There Are Birds In The Echo Chamber0:32
12Allah Elohim4:21
13Chala Vahi Des4:16


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneShye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood and The Rajasthan Express Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood and The Rajasthan Express - Junun ‎(13xFile, WAV, Album, 24-)NonesuchnoneUS2015
552641-1Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood and The Rajasthan Express Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood and The Rajasthan Express - Junun ‎(2xLP, Album, 180)Nonesuch Records INC., Warner Music Group552641-1US2015


  • BassJonny Greenwood
  • Composed ByShye Ben Tzur
  • ComputerJonny Greenwood
  • DholakEhtisham Khan Ajmeri, Nihal Khan
  • Drum [Nagara]Nathu Lal Solanki
  • Drum MachineJonny Greenwood
  • EngineerNigel Godrich, Sam Petts-Davies
  • Flute, GuitarShye Ben Tzur
  • GuitarJonny Greenwood
  • HarmoniumZaki Ali Qawwal
  • KeyboardsJonny Greenwood
  • Lute [Kamaicha]Dara Khan (tracks: 1-3, 2-3)
  • Ondes MartenotJonny Greenwood
  • PercussionChugge Khan
  • ProducerJonny Greenwood
  • SarangiAsin Khan (tracks: 1-3)
  • TromboneAjaj Damami
  • TrumpetAamir Bhiyani, Soheb Bhiyani
  • TubaBhanwaru Khan, Hazmat, Sabir Damami
  • VocalsAfshana Khan (tracks: 1-4), Asin Khan (tracks: 2-3), Ehtisham Khan Ajmeri, Gufran Ali, Razia Sultan (tracks: 1-4, 2-2), Shazib Ali, Shye Ben Tzur, Zaki Ali Qawwal


Comes in Digipak.


  • Barcode (Scanned): 075597948479
  • Barcode (Printed): 0 75597 94847 9


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – ATC Management
  • Copyright (c) – ATC Management
  • Licensed To – Nonesuch Records Inc.



Junun is a 2015 album by the Israeli composer Shye Ben Tzur, the English composer and Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood, and the Indian ensemble the Rajasthan Express. It was produced by Greenwood and engineered and mixed by Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich. The album recording, in Mehrangarh Fort in Rajasthan, India, is the subject of a documentary by Paul Thomas Anderson, released in October 2015. From the film Junun with Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood, and the Rajasthan Express. Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. Featuring the album track Roked. The 19 musicians and singers who make up the Rajasthan Express are highly skilled at their instruments including horns, percussion instruments such as dholak and bhapang, and stringed instruments sarangi and kamaicha and qawwali choral vocals, playing precise arrangements while maintaining a relaxed, comfortable feel. It might seem curious that Radiohead guitarist and composer Jonny Greenwood ended up collaborating with Shye Ben Tzur and the Rajasthan Express. But they make exultant and warmly human music together. Greenwood's role is subdued even when the riotous music is not. Then there's his backing band: the 19 performers, hailing from distinct Indian-music traditions, who form the Rajasthan Express. And you've also got Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood contributing rhythm guitar, bass, keyboards, and drum-programming to the arrangements. Album 2015 13 Songs. Junun Brass. There Are Birds in the Echo Chamber. 13 Songs, 1 Hour. Released: 13 Nov 2015. 2015 ATC Management, under license to Nonesuch Records Inc. For Junun , Ben Tzur and Greenwood enlisted The Rajasthan Express, a powerhouse supergroup that combines three strains of traditional music not usually performed together: qawwali, Manganiar court music and a big, boisterous Rajasthani brass band. The project has other moving parts, too. In addition to the musicians themselves, longtime Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich was behind the console, while director Paul Thomas Anderson, an old friend and frequent collaborator of Greenwood's, was there to document the whole thing in a short film. Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood and Israeli musician Shye Ben Tzur set up shop in northern Indian palace Mehrangarh Fort. Long-time Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich joined them with the contents of the bands studio. Documented by filmmaker Paul Anderson and together with The Rajasthan Express a collective of 19 Israeli and Rajasthani-Indian musicians they made a collaborative album of traditional Indian music. View wiki. Long-time Radiohead producer Nigel Godri. Computer Jonny Greenwood. Ondes Martenot Jonny Greenwood. Keyboards Jonny Greenwood. Drum Machine Jonny Greenwood. Vocals The Rajasthan Express & Shye Ben Tzur. Bass Guitar Jonny Greenwood. Guitar Jonny Greenwood & Shye Ben Tzur. Album Art Shin Katan. Mixer Nigel Godrich. Producer Jonny Greenwood. Producers Jonny Greenwood. Writers Shye Ben Tzur. Mixed By Nigel Godrich. Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood, & the Rajasthan Express. Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood recently worked on the collaborative album Junun with Israeli composer Shye Ben Tzur and qawwali group the Rajasthan Express in India, the recording of which was filmed for the Paul Thomas Anderson documentary of the same name. Today, in advance of the albums release tomorrow on Nonesuch, Junun is streaming via NPR. You can listen below, and read our review of the Junun doc here. Andrew Unterberger. A look at the making of the album of the same name by Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood, and The Rajasthan Express it allowed the music to speak for itself, and did it ever. And with the album on the way, NPR has the first listen to the whole thing, and its terrific stuff. READ MORE: Review: Paul Thomas Andersons Junun Featuring Shye Ben Tzur and Jonny Greenwood. Junun streets on November 20th. The documentary has ended its run on MUBI but is now showing on the big screen in Los Angeles at The Theatre at Ace Hotel. Listen below

It makes absolutely no sense to split this onto 2 CDs. This would've fit on one disc.
Is there a listing for the vinyl version of this?