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August 2, 2007Ra makes me laugh, plays well with others, graciously hosts on short notice, and often gives me pause as he speaks thoughtfully and shares the music he makes.
November 14, 2006Rahul is a bit of a joker, a kind soul, a good friend, at times serious - usually kidding around. He also knows how to throw a great dinner party, and has a unique sense of style.
I'm so happy to be in his circle!
March 31, 2006Ra (here-to-after referred to as big Ra, for the capital R, cuz actually I am taller than him, I think) is one of those people that you connect with and instantly becomes family. He is the charming host who shows you all the quirky places in his neighbourhood, the talented and promising producer who takes you for a listening session in his studio, the supportive friend who comes to all your gigs while you're in town, and someone you can talk to for hours and never run out of enticing subjects. Its like you've known him your whole life, even though you only know the tip of the iceberg, really...
November 16, 2005Let me preface this by saying that I am not what I would call a 'spritual' person. I'm a fact-based life form. Yet there is no other way to describe Ra then as one of the most beautiful souls I have ever met. No matter what is going on, what may have him down, he always keeps his sunshiny disposition and smile. Makes it kinda appropriate that his 'name' is Ra, doncha think? I don't get to see him ofter, but when I do it is always a joy. You can't help but feel good when Ra is around. All hail Ra, lord of the sun!
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Just wanted to inform you about 2 upcoming shows of mine…Sat, October 4, 2008 - 1:52 PM permalink - 0 comments
For both, I will be joined on stage by the very talented Allison Lovejoy on keyboards and vocals; we’re trying a new direction involving cabaret music and some jazz and classical influenced songs.
We will do a cover of an Emerson, Lake and Palmer song, if you know who they are.
I will also play some psy-dub/ethno-downtempo music.
Some of my newer work can be heard at: www.reverbnation.com/grooveyantra
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check it out:Thu, June 26, 2008 - 4:22 PM permalink - 1 comment
Lemme know what you think. Feedback always appreciated.
Msg. me or text me (415 615 2551) if interested.Thu, June 12, 2008 - 3:07 PM permalink - 0 comments
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