We play progressive pop, rock, blues, jazz, and world-beat fusion, all original music... okay perhaps one or two covers, but we make them our own. We have performed as a duo (acoustic guitar & flute) and as a full band with bass (upright/electric), trap drums, and keyboards, utilizing electric and acoustic guitars.
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- Jun 09 2016
- Active over 1 month ago
- Level of commitment:
- Very Committed
- Years together:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- 2-3 times per week
- 66 years
Hendrix, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Yes, Paul Simon, Gipsy Kings, Jethro Tull, King Crimson, Cream, Taj Mahal, Jeff Beck, Muhammad Ali, Bernie Sanders.
Members Of Band
Tiffany Sen, flute, vocals.
Mario Vickram Sen, guitar, vocals.
Don Burke, percussion.
Tony Ventura, bass.
Adam Truszkowski, keyboards.
Guitars, acoustic and electric, flutes, PA system, amps etc.
GypsychologyA brash statement of our individuality. Citizens of the universe, we pledge no allegiance to nation, creed or politik. Just the love of all things human and the freedom to glorify in our perfections and our flaws.
Don't Wanna Lose You Now
Don't Wanna Lose You NowHow long have I waited? And now, just as I reach the last part of my life, and all hope seems lost… here you come, and change everything for me. Let me not blow this the way I have always done. I really don't want to lose you now.
Opportunities To Learn
Opportunities To LearnIt is said that every mistake is an opportunity to learn. But even if you understand this concept, it doesn't mean that sadness will disappear from your life. The pain you feel may be the crucial experience that leads to change. So never regret your suffering… it has brought you to this place of knowing more.
MariahThe trials and tribulation of persuing a diva. Mariah may be too complicated, or she may be too shallow. It is hard to tell with her. She is an enigma, wrapped in a quandary, put inside a puzzle sandwich and cooked in a conundrum oven. But this songs (Lyrics by Anthony Uva.) attempts to unravel the mystery of Mariah as if it were unravelling her sari, and revealing her naked body, floating amongst the lilting waves of this fusion of raga, rock, and jazz; acoustic guitar and flute; Hindu and Dylan.
TreesIf we were the trees, and another species was obliterating us from the face of the planet, then maybe we would sing this song.
Mexico ManThe symbolism of Mexico can be taken many ways. Like Terry Gilliam's "Brazil" which has nothing to do with Brazil, but a place of sanctuary held within the mind. Mexico Man is not literally about Mexico, or walls, or borders, or the wind. You can bring to it whatever meaning suits your situation or your reminisences; be it the wall Donald Trump insists he will build... or a vacation you once took. Perhaps a lover who promised you perfection but, sadly, was not able to deliver.
Clear As A Bell
Clear As A BellYou sit. You sit and wait. You wait. You wait some more. You think. You think about what you are waiting for. The telephone. You wonder why it hasn't rung. You imagine all kind of reasons. You hypothesize all the reasons. You consider mistakes. You wonder why some more. And then it rings… who is it?
As If It Were The First Time
As If It Were The First TimeThe Devil told a man he could relive his previous life, and try to fix all the mistakes — but there was one catch: he wouldn't be able to remember what he had done before. The man complained, and said that the Devil wasn't being fair. He would only agree to do it if he could remember his past mistakes. The Devil agreed… because he knew a secret about us. Even when we can see the problems coming towards us, we attempt to address them in the same way we always did, even if it didn't turn out well the last time. We're just creatures of habit. Having said that, the Devil doesn't know everything, and despite this tendency… there is a way out. I know, I have found it.
Persian FlawI wrote this song after I had been visited by my father's ghost… through a Star Trek episode, on a Friday night. It didn't end there, for the rest of the weekend he kept showing up in TV shows, comic books, things that friends said to me, and a broadway musical by Stephen Sondheim (Into the Woods). Then on the Monday following, just as mysteriously, he vanished never to reappear. That was in 1991.