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ABoneCroneDrone is the third album of a trilogy produced by Real World, the two others being The Zen Kiss and Weaving My Ancestors Voices. In this third album, Sheila Chandra experiments at length with drones, harmonics, simple melodic lines, tone colors and more. She indicates that she wants the listeners to participate through their listening experience. This very unusual spiritual vocal drone music is so mesmerizing and spellbinding that one is unable to remain the distant observer/listener that we usually are; we are an unavoidably involved one for which one's experience is as important as the music. She reaches her goal. ~ Bruno Deschênes, Rovi

Biography

Born: 14 March 1965 in Waterloo, London, England

Genre: World

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

One of the most unusual and successful singers of the '80s and '90s that has attempted to fuse the music of non-Western cultures with Western pop, Sheila Chandra began recording as a teenager in Monsoon. Of Indian ancestry but born and raised in Britain, Chandra took lead vocals in the band, which pursued a sort of new wave-tinged raga rock along the lines of George Harrison's explorations on Beatles tracks like "Love You To." The combination yielded an album and an unexpected British hit single,...
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