From the album: 'So La Li'. From a traditional Sundanese poem depicting the goddess Asri walking through a flower garden:
Dewi Asri outshines the weapon named Bright Diamond. The beautiful one passes not unseen. She enters the flower garden, the lovely one goes to the flower garden. She picks the flowers: Cuprimanis and Dahlias. Pushed down by the Limuhan, cut off by the barera, uprooted by the galager. Fragrance is coming in gusts and filling the compound.


from The Best of the Indonesian Sessions, released December 23, 2015
Colin Bass: guitar, bass, vocals/ Tari Ani Mogiono: vocals/ Yadi Piteuk: violin/ Asep Maung: suling (bamboo flute)/ Ricky FM: keyboards, Agus Supriawan: khendang drum


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Colin Bass Wales, UK

Over a five-decade career Colin Bass has worked in a wide range of musical styles with a diverse range of international artists. Bassist and singer with prog-rock veterans Camel since 1979, he was also a key figure in World Music pioneers, 3 Mustaphas 3, and has toured and/or recorded with artists such as Oumou Sangare, Steve Hillage, Debashish Bhattacharya a.o. Discover his own works here! ... more

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