The Oxy-Morons (Original Composition)(Dhruv Visvanath and Takar Nabam)

dhruvvisvanath on November 19, 2013 20:03

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    So I had a boatload of fun with Ashwin Nayar last time around that I decided to do it again. This time I called upon one of the best guitarists in the country right now, Takar Nabam. Same prinicpiple, we sat together and wrote the song an hour prior to recording it and this is what we got! Takar's guitar is a beautiful Hagstrom, and the tone is sublime! You've gotta try one when you get the chance!

    So yes, 1 hour later, we got The Oxy-Morons. For some reason, whenever I listen to it, I can imagine taking a horse to the water and actually making it drink. Got a story you think this might fit well with? Leave a comment below.

    So till then enjoy the music!

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    This is the original work of Dhruv Visvanath and Takar Nabam.
    The son "The Oxy-Morons" was written and performed by Dhruv Visvanath and Takar Nabam.
    © Dhruv Visvanath and Takar Nabam 2013


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