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Monjur Mourshed I liked the way the singer presented dichotomy in human life. Metaphors are used effectively - for abstraction and communication at the same time, which is a feat in itself. Tone and pitch of the voice goes well with the kind of folk songs sang here.

The cover was a let down for me. I was hoping for something a little less colourful and less busy. The psychedelic scheme does not reflect the philosophical depth of the lyrics.

Great singing -- look forward to the next one. Favorite track: Tui Megh Ami Brishti.
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released February 21, 2012

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Anusheh Anadil Dhaka, Bangladesh

skeptic, rebel, mother, lover, dreamer, poet, designer, singer …. Anusheh's search for understanding has brought her close to the music, art and philosophy that lies at the root of her birth place. Bangladesh’s powerful folk arts and spirituality have become the canvas for her musical and artistic journey. She speaks for the earth. Sings for the earth. Creates with the earth. ... more

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