Double Album - new. Release date: 05/03/21. Pink Vinyl
Asha’s 1976 album ‘The Devil Is Loose’ is maybe her most well-known record.
Featuring the beautiful disco-funk-classic ‘Space Talk’, Asha’s ethereal soaring
vocals take us on a journey that almost mirrors Asha’s eclectic career. The track
was championed by a wide-range of musical scenes and movements, and over
space and time it has been commandeered as their own.
You would hear it played by David Mancuso at the now ‘mythical’ underground
New York party ‘The Loft’, in the most discerning disco nightclubs across the
globe, in the Rare Groove scene, and also being sampled by hip-hop heavyweights
such as The Notorious B.I.G / P Diddy, and The Pharcyde. The appeal
and lifespan of ‘Space Talk’ keeps on extending and morphing as new audiences
gleefully discover it for the first time - it still sounds as relevant and fresh
on the dancefloor today - a sign of a true classic.
Here at Mr Bongo we are thrilled to be releasing records by such an iconic
musical maverick as Asha, from her roots in India to becoming a globe-trotting
artist with a celebrated career in music and acting, whilst always staying true
to her art. She has blazed a trail so that others could follow. Whether you are
buying this album as a replacement for your worn-out original copy or it’s the
first time you’ve heard of Asha Puthli and you’re just intrigued and drawn in by
the cover, we hope you enjoy this quintessential slice of Asha’s world.
Asha Puthli - The Devil Is Loose
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