Kailasa (album)

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Kailasa
Studio album by Kailasa
Released 2006
Recorded Blue Studios
Genre Fusion, Sufi
Length 0:39:09
Label Sony BMG
Kailasa chronology
Kailasa
(2006)
Jhoomo Re
(2007)

Kailasa is the eponymous debut album of the Indian Sufi/Fusion band Kailasa, led by Kailash Kher. The album was released in the year 2006 in India.

Songs[edit]

Kailasa consists of 9 songs. Track no. 8 is a remix of the song 'Tauba Tauba'. The last track 'Allah Ke Bande' is mentioned as live on the tracklist but it is actually a version recording of song of the same name from the movie 'Waisa Bhi Hota Hai Part II'. The opening track 'Teri Deewani' is a love song mixing themes of love and devotion. 'Jana Jogi De Naal', is a sufi/folk song. Its lyrics are taken from separate works of Kabirdas and Bulle Shah. Similarly 'Naiharwa' is a traditional song written by Kabirdas.

Album art[edit]

The album art is designed by 'Mangoblossom Design' featuring Kailash Kher in a sage like getup. Most reviews so far have marked the album as average.

Track Listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Teri Deewani"   Kailash Kher Kailash Kher; Paresh Kamath; Naresh Kamath 5:23
2. "Tauba Tauba"   Kailash Kher Kailash Kher; Paresh Kamath; Naresh Kamath 3:53
3. "Dilruba"   Kailash Kher Kailash Kher; Paresh Kamath; Naresh Kamath 4:00
4. "Jana Jogi De Naal"   Bulle Shah; Kabirdas Kailash Kher; Paresh Kamath; Naresh Kamath 4:18
5. "Kaise Main Kahoon"   Kailash Kher Kailash Kher; Paresh Kamath; Naresh Kamath 4:18
6. "Naiharwa"   Kabirdas Kailash Kher; Paresh Kamath; Naresh Kamath 4:36
7. "Albela Sajan"   Kailash Kher Kailash Kher; Paresh Kamath; Naresh Kamath 4:48
8. "Tauba Tauba (Remix)"   Kailash Kher Kailash Kher; Paresh Kamath; Naresh Kamath 3:37
9. "Allah Ke Bande" (Live)"   Vishal Dadlani Vishal Dadlani; Shekhar Ravjiani 4:34

Personnel[edit]

  • Kailash Kher — Lead vocals
  • Paresh Kamath — Lead guitar
  • Naresh Kamath — Bass, backing vocals
  • Rinku Rajput - Piano on tracks 1 & 6; strings on track 1
  • Kurt Peters — Drums on track 9
  • Debyajyoti (Jonqui) Dutta - Percussions on track 9

Additional musicians[edit]

  • Ashwin Srinivasan - Flutes on tracks 4 & 6
  • Ferozbhai - Harmonium on track 3
  • Yusuf Mohammed - Tabla & Dholak on tracks 5,7 & 8
  • Jitendra Thakur - Violin & Viola on tracks 2,5 & 9
  • Rakesh Pandit - Alaap & backing vocals on track 3
  • Pradeep Pandit - Backing vocals on track 3