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A Jazz rock song by Ranjit Makkuni & Mahamaya Experience showing never repeating improvisations.

An improvisation that captures West Asian and South East Asian imagery and 70's Jazz rock!

Mahamaya Princess, Mahamaya Experience, Ranjit Makkuni
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From the Rice fields to the EDGE OF THE COsmos

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Never  ENding  Variations on a theme 

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A Jazz rock song by Ranjit Makkuni & Mahamaya Experience showing never repeating improvisations.
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Jazz Rock Improv

Based on a simple melody head, this improv takes us on a journey through the chaos of leaving everything behind and venturing into the next better version of one's self!

Ferocious Solos!

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A Jazz rock song by Ranjit Makkuni & Mahamaya Experience showing never repeating improvisations.

The Anhata Nada is the sound created by that which is not produced by the striking of 2 elements. The motorcycle couple although physically close to each other represent the cosmic sound.

Never  ENding  Variations on a theme 

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UNPREDICTABLE MELODIC
Turns &
Corners

A Jazz rock song by Ranjit Makkuni & Mahamaya Experience showing never repeating improvisations.

Blind folded She rides

Trust in the improvisation!

Trust in the Future!

We will face every new form with a smile, improvise and personalise the form!

An extravagance of psychedelia on Mahamaya's fiery track, Run Goddess Run!.

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MAHAMAYA EXPERIENCE

South and South East Asian Jazz!

‘Run Goddess Run’ offers a dazzling contrast of both structure and freedom, with Makkuni’s psychedelic sitar.

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REVIEW

Excellent musicianship!!!

MAHAMAYA EXPERIENCE: 'RUN GODDESS RUN' - REACTION & REVIEW by BEN of THE SONIC SYMPOHONIC PODCAST

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Run Goddess Run – Mahamaya Experience (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

May 29, 2023 

The music that comes out of the Mahamaya Experience is, if nothing else, eclectic and adventurous. A core of South and South East Asian sounds, predominantly sitar driven, becomes a springboard to dive into other styles and genres, resulting in a heady blend of Occident meets Orient, tradition and experimentation, the what was and the what might be.

Run Goddess Run sees such fusions being taken to an even further degree. Here, those core sounds, identifiably seeped in the sounds and style of that continent, are pushed through a jazz template, and the result is a beautiful, free-form sonic adventure.

With the sitar perhaps taking the place of what would typically, in the Western jazz traditions at least, be the role of the saxophone, trumpet or piano, it takes an odyssey through stylings and timings, driven to even greater heights by complex and ornate percussion, the additional string inclusions and all manner of eclectic and exotic instrumentation.

Run Goddess Run is the most western-leaning Mahamaya Experience has sounded, though that isn’t to say that they don’t explore all manner of cultural sounds via these creative clashes. But this is the one time they sound like the music is the house band of a dimension and distance-bending music club. One that seems that if you take the right-hand door out of the club, you will find yourself in a side street of Logan Square, the jazz music heart of Chicago, and the other that leads to the backstage area of a music festival in Kolkata.

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MAHAMAYA EXPERIENCE

South and South East Asian Jazz!

‘Run Goddess Run’ offers a dazzling contrast of both structure and freedom, with Makkuni’s psychedelic sitar.