Silk Route (band)
The band has also scored and performed soundtracks and songs for movies such as Kalpana Lajmi's "Kyon", "Lets Enjoy" and "Urf Professor".
They confess to such diverse influences as Sting, Simon & Garfunkel and Dire Straits, all of which find their way into the Silk Route sounds. The band always added a distinct touch to their music by using acoustic guitars, talking drums and harmonica and primarily by of the use of Recorder, a 17th-century European folk musical instrument played by Kem Trivedi.
- Boondain (1994)
- sunny sain (1998)
- Pehchaan (2000)
- Bloody Revolution by Vishal Rai, MPS (released on 26 Nov 2011)
- Soundtrack for Urf Professor
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- TNN, Mar 16, 2003, 12.00am IST (2003-03-16). "The sounds of silk - Sunday TOI - Home - The Times of India". Timesofindia.indiatimes.com. Retrieved 2010-08-21.