beabea wrote on 2/27/2010, 9:29 AM
very nicely weird fusion...i definitely like your sense of humour, master of fusion!

p.s.: great, great cover...really funny!
X5er wrote on 2/27/2010, 9:56 AM
The mix of two different music styles is very interesting! Your song is the evidence that it works.

Best Regards!

Former user wrote on 2/27/2010, 10:59 AM
Hey Rana, I like this song extremely well!
An excellent job, my full respect!

drink wrote on 2/27/2010, 12:13 PM
excellent...super colored...
like colors...a new spring !
ALBIrecords wrote on 2/27/2010, 12:35 PM
interessant. minarett-piano, reggae? interessant.
gruss. albi
FikoKasasz wrote on 2/27/2010, 1:23 PM
i love it^^
Former user wrote on 2/27/2010, 1:26 PM
Ja der Bob dem hätte das hier auch sehr gut gefallen....gelungener Song..gefällt mir !

Former user wrote on 2/27/2010, 1:52 PM
Ein sehr schöner und lebendiger Reggae.
Ein Muss für jeden Fan.
Und ein Bravo für dich mein Freund.

5 *

LG: Bouluu
Frantzi wrote on 2/27/2010, 2:20 PM
Beeing a little bit embarrassed about the first line of your comment...
You did here a good and very harmonic work...
A great intercultural music fusion....
Good combination of antipodes...
Nothing more to say what had not been written before, exept:
Very interesting cover
MartinJr wrote on 2/27/2010, 4:02 PM
Thanks Rana for the warning - but is was to late. At first crashed all my crystal, inclusive the candelabrum, then the Chines vases from the Ming dynasty and at last bursted the subwoofer while it destroyed the plasma TV. But it's no problem. For such beautiful music I can look over such little problems.
Former user wrote on 2/27/2010, 4:39 PM
Klingt überraschend interessant, exotisch, geheimnisvoll...Gruß Manni
Former user wrote on 2/27/2010, 5:13 PM
that´s rana in my eyes - a great musician, fighter for peace and understanding, too intelligent for prejudice, open & so intellectuell - guys like you rule the world!!!
Former user wrote on 2/27/2010, 6:09 PM
Für mich alles andere als excellent. Ich find den langweilich, da mach ich mir mal ne tüte fertich

Former user wrote on 2/27/2010, 8:04 PM
Hi Rana, interesting mix, I think you got the genre balance just right my friend.
peace Ian
Former user wrote on 2/28/2010, 2:32 AM
Hello Rana,
an  interesting track, looks very fancy. I like it very well. You have great ideas. Compliment and the harsh voice like the singer with

LG Sigrid
TheMechanicalWorker wrote on 2/28/2010, 4:03 AM

Hi Rana,
very exotic, I think. The image of Arab sounded more promising than they have to hear it. Overall, however much one might say of interest relative to the rest of multicultural influences. All in all very pleasant to hear. There are 5 * from me.

Greeting Christian

totteandersen wrote on 2/28/2010, 4:13 AM

Well this is a very interesting piece of music. In my time as a music-teacher (keyboards) some of my pupils from Sri Lanka introduced me to something like this. But put together with Reggae I find the music lifted to a new and even higher level. Love it, but sorrowly can't play it myself . Maybe some day I'll learn

Former user wrote on 2/28/2010, 4:38 AM
Something different, interesting!
Former user wrote on 2/28/2010, 5:41 AM
good morning Rana,

It is very interesting, what does all this with male samples.
I do not work with it.
and that is the reggae from Jamaica, I did not know.
However, I also must say that I imagine myself a bit faster in tempo reggae. and with even more rhythmic elements.
energetically and with a great zest for life.
yes, I also know that everyone here will implement his own ideas musical, which is good.

I wish you, my friend, a beautiful Sunday.

Former user wrote on 2/28/2010, 6:00 AM
Hello Rana,
I like it very well.
wm66 wrote on 2/28/2010, 7:05 AM
Interessanter Mix der Stylez

Cosmozentriker wrote on 2/28/2010, 7:12 AM
... this is not my music world,... you have many differently tracks,... others,... I liked  much more! 

Compassion wrote on 2/28/2010, 7:50 AM
Rana Sahib, it is wonderful to hear the traditionl music with some new improvements in it, and the title cover is most amazing and lovely, but do not forget the Indo Pak ladies as they also love Bassant and kites, and special cookings for the day, please make another piece with the sound of big spoons, and cooking utensils as you can also hear their sound in India pakistan day for this festivity day, Congratulation for spreading the Lok Rung(Folk  colours) you deserve % from me.
wurzel65 wrote on 2/28/2010, 7:54 AM
Für mich eine fremde Musikwelt, aber unbekannte Elemente können zu zu neuer eigener Weiterentwicklung inspirieren.

Gruß Bernd