Inside is an album by American flautist and composer Paul Horn, released in 1969 by Epic Records. It features Horn playing solo flute with an unidentified guard of the tombs who provides Hindu chants
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Paul Horn – Inside II. Label: Wounded Bird Records – WOU 1600. Producer, Flute, Piccolo Flute, Liner Notes – Paul Horn. Recorded By – Roger Lamoureux. Recorded By – Barry Jones (5), Chester Beachell, Dr. Paul Spong.
Inside (Paul Horn album). The album was recorded inside the Taj Mahal on 25 April 1968, while Horn was with the Beatles in India, and released on the Epic Records label. It has sold over one million copies. The album has been reissued under the name Inside the Taj Mahal. all songs composed by Horn). Side 1. "Prologue/Inside" (3:57). Mantra II/Duality" (2:24). Ustad Isa/Mantra III" (2:27). Paul Horn – flute, composer and producer. Earl Barton and Larry Kurland – photographs. Unidentified sentry – chanting accompaniment. "Security Tightened at Taj Mahal", BBC News, 26 September, 2001. Epic Records BXN 26466 (1968).
Artists Paul Horn Inside The Taj Mahal & Inside II. Inside The Taj Mahal & Inside II Paul Horn. Inside The Taj Mahal & Inside II. 1991. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Inside The Taj Mahal & Inside II. 1. Prologue, Inside. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Paul Horn. In India & Kashmir. Inside Monument Valley.
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Inside is a 1968 album by jazz flautist Paul Horn, considered one of the earliest new-age music and world fusion records. Live album by. Paul Horn.
After 20 years, Paul Horn returned to the site of one of new age music's monumental events. On Inside the Taj Mahal, Vol. 2, he uses a soprano saxophone in addition to his flutes. By total coincidence, the guard who had accompanied him in 1968 was on duty again and provided similar Hindi chants. The beauty of these pieces is pristine. Using the 28-second unbroken echo perfectly, Horn's acoustic instruments take on space music textures and ambient timbres. The ethereal soundscapes are full and dense and the atmospheres are cool and smooth; there are no flaws in this recording