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Zakir Hussein

Zakir Hussein
Country
India
Profile
Zakir Hussain (born 9 March 1951) is an Indian tabla player, musical producer, film actor and composer. He has collaborated frequently with Western musicians in jazz, rock, and electronic music.
Website
http://www.zakirhussain.com
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Releases on file (26)
Ranjit Barot — Bada Boom Ranjit Barot — Bada Boom
(Abstract Logix ABLX 026, 2010, CD)
Gregg Bendian — Research (Tiny Useful Secrets) Gregg Bendian — Research (Tiny Useful Secrets)
(Aggregate Music AGCD005, 2008, CD)
Gyan Riley — Melismantra Gyan Riley — Melismantra
(Bandcamp no#, 2007, CD / DL)
John McLaughlin — Industrial Zen John McLaughlin — Industrial Zen
(Verve 0602498393284, 2006, CD)
Henry Kaiser & Wadada Leo Smith : Yo Miles! — Upriver Henry Kaiser & Wadada Leo Smith : Yo Miles! — Upriver
(Cuneiform Rune 201/202, 2005, 2CD)
Various Artists — Modern Drummer Presents Volume One - Drum Nation Various Artists — Modern Drummer Presents Volume One - Drum Nation
(Magna Carta MA-9065-2, 2004, CD)
Henry Kaiser & Wadada Leo Smith : Yo Miles! — Sky Garden Henry Kaiser & Wadada Leo Smith : Yo Miles! — Sky Garden
(Cuneiform Rune 191/192, 2004, 2CD)
Tabla Beat Science — Talamanam Sound Clash Tabla Beat Science — Talamanam Sound Clash
(Palm Pictures PALMDVD 3065-2, 2003, 2DVD)
Tabla Beat Science — Live in San Francisco at Stern Grove Tabla Beat Science — Live in San Francisco at Stern Grove
(Palm Pictures PALMCD 2084-2, 2002, 2CD)
Remember Shakti — Saturday Night in Bombay Remember Shakti — Saturday Night in Bombay
(Verve 440 014 164-2, 2001, CD)
Remember Shakti — The Believer Remember Shakti — The Believer
(Verve 549 207-2, 2000, CD)
Tabla Beat Science — Tala Matrix Tabla Beat Science — Tala Matrix
(Palm Pictures PALMCD 2046-2, 2000, CD)
Reinhard Flatischler / MegaDrums — Terra Nova Reinhard Flatischler / MegaDrums — Terra Nova
(Intuition Records Int 3277 2, 2000, CD)
John McLaughlin — John McLaughlin Montreux Concerts John McLaughlin — John McLaughlin Montreux Concerts
(Warner Bros 50-50466-9701-21, 1999/2003, 17CD)
Remember Shakti — Remember Shakti Remember Shakti — Remember Shakti
(Verve 559 945-2, 1999, 2CD)
Reinhard Flatischler + Megadrums — Layers of Time Reinhard Flatischler + Megadrums — Layers of Time
(Ellipsis Arts CD4130, 1996, CD)
Material — Hallucination Engine Material — Hallucination Engine
(Axiom 315-518 351-2, 1994, CD)
Reinhard Flatischler / MegaDrums — Ketu Reinhard Flatischler / MegaDrums — Ketu
(Intuition Records INT 2117 2, 1993, CD)
Shankar — M.R.C.S. Shankar — M.R.C.S.
(ECM 1403, 1991, CD)
Jack Bruce — A Question of Time Jack Bruce — A Question of Time
(Acadia ACAM 8155, 1989/2007, CD)
Bill Laswell — Hear No Evil Bill Laswell — Hear No Evil
(Meta MT005, 1988/2000, 2CD)
Mahavishnu Orchestra — Mahavishnu Mahavishnu Orchestra — Mahavishnu
(Wounded Bird WOU 5190, 1984/2002, CD)
Shakti with John McLaughlin — A Handful of Beauty Shakti with John McLaughlin — A Handful of Beauty
(Columbia 494448 2, 1977/1999, CD)
Shakti with John McLaughlin — Natural Elements Shakti with John McLaughlin — Natural Elements
(Columbia 489773 2, 1977/1999, CD)
Shakti — Shakti with John McLaughlin Shakti — Shakti with John McLaughlin
(Columbia CK 46868, 1976/1991, CD)
Nova — Vimana Nova — Vimana
(Arista AL 4110, 1976, LP)

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