Indiom
Performed By Takis Barberis
Album UPC 889211021970
CD Baby Track ID TR0000767075
Label Takis Barberis
Released 2014-08-30
BPM 100
Rated 0
ISRC ushm81475107
Year 2014
Spotify Plays 402
Writers
Writer Panagiotis Takis Barberis
Pub Co Panagiotis Takis Barberis
Composer Panagiotis Takis Barberis
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing Grant
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Pub Grant
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country Greece

Description

Jazz harmonies and solos become one with indian music elements. Melodic compositions full of acoustic sound from guitars, sitar, tabla, piano, accordion, clarinet, sax and electric guitars, synths, bass, and drums by the other side.

Notes

Takis Barberis - Naiva

First release 1998
All compositions by Takis Barberis

TAKIS BARBERIS: guitars, guitar synth, programming
GEORGE POLYHRONAKOS: drums, percusssion
YIORGOS GEORGIADIS: fretless bass
MANOS SARIDAKIS: acoustic piano, keyboards

SHANKAR LAL: tabla
RESHMA SRIVASTAVA PIZANIS: sitar
GIRISH CHANDRA SRIVASTAVA: tabla
ASHA SRIVASTAVA: tanpura

PETROS LOUCAS CHALKIAS: clarinet
GEORGE KONTRAFOURIS: acoustic piano
TAKIS FARAZIS: accordion
TAKIS PATERELIS: tenor saxophone

Recorded and mixed by Yannis Tountas at City Studio, Athens (March - May 1998)
Mastering by Christos Hatzistamou, Athens Mastering
Artwork by George Vaviloussakis

Contact Takis Barberis: barber@otenet.gr

TAKIS BARBERIS bio

Takis Barberis was born in Athens in 1963. His relationship with music began at the age of 10. He attended the National Conservatory of Greece, studying classic guitar with Dimitris Fampas, higher theory with Yiannis Avgerinos and on graduation also received the Harmony certificate. Simultaneously he played electric guitar in many rock groups. His interest in jazz began in 1979 and it would determine his future course.
In 1982 he presented his first compositions with the band "Jazz Fusion Quintet" when his cooperation with David Lynch and Takis Farazis began, continuing later in the group "Iskra" (1985), with G. Fakanas, N. Touliatos and L. Pliatsikas. 'Iskra' was one of the most successful and progressive groups of that era, releasing their first album "A New Day" (Polygram) in 1986 that also includes two of his compositions.
In the period 1987 - 1989 he formed the group "Model 63" with P. Hatzigiankos and K. Kalogirou in a more experimental approach of rock music with Greek lyrics, they released the album "Model 63" (Lyra 1988).
In 1990 his first personal album was released entitled "Something From July" (Lyra), with his compositions from the 80's including many Jazz, Rock and Latin influences, with the participation of T. Farazis, G. Kontrafouris, T. Paterelis and K. Kalogirou.
"Are You Happy" (Lyra, 1992) was his second album, with the classic sound of a Jazz Quintet (G. Kontrafouris, T. Paterelis, G. Vassalos, K. Kalogirou). This second album was Barberis's first venture into combining Jazz rhythms and harmony with Eastern and Greek elements.
In his third and most mesmerising album "Episodes" (Lyra 1995) explores these themes even deeper with the participation of internationally known Indian percussionist Trilok Gurtu and the traditional Greek musician Petroloukas Halkias on clarinet, and eight highly talented Greek musicians (P. Benetatos, G. Kontrafouris, T. Paterelis, Y. Kiourtsoglou, G. Vassalos, K. Kalogirou, T. Farazis & P. Kourtis). The critics characterise “Episodes” as one of the most successful combinations of jazz and traditional elements (Greek and Indian music).
Barberis continuous and evolves the influences that we meet in “Episodes” with his fourth album "Naiva" (Lyra, 1998), a play on naivety in title and music with the return of Petroloukas Halkias and the Indian musicians Reshma Srivastava and Shankar Lal.
'Porto Kayio' (LIBRA MUSIC, 2004), a ‘’soundtrack’’ for journeys through splendid vocals, sounds and rhythms. Together with his bassman George Giorgiadis, drummer Michalis Kapilidis, pianist Manos Saridakis and fellow passengers Debashish and Subhasis Bhattacharya from India, Takis Barberis creates each piece as a musical homeland: from Greece to India, Middle East, Africa and once again back to his own land.
‘In Parallel’(Lyra, 2011)is his release with the legend of greek clarinet Petroloukas Chalkias.
‘Jargon’ is his last 2013 release.
Barberis has collaborated with Trilok Gurtu, Glenn Corneille, Eleftheria Arvanitaki, Dionysis Savvopoulos and almost all Greek musicians of Jazz scene, and has taken part in many live performances in Greece and abroad.
Since 1981 Barberis teaches modern guitar and improvisation at various Conservatories (National Conservatory of Patras, Pindareio, Raimondi Conservatory, R.S.I.) and the last years at the Filipos Nakas Conservatory teaching jazz guitar and improvisation.


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