A Musical Masterpiece From Junglee Home Video
The term Naga folk blues may seem all too confusing even to the most ardent music fan, quite a contradiction to its actual sound though. Junglee home video’s latest release Songs of Mashangva, a National Award winning docu-feature in 2011, directed by Oinam Doren, showcases how the King Of Naga folk blues – Guru Rewben Mashangva and his son travel far and wide to take their ancestral musical culture to corners of India their forefathers could never have imagined. The film is shot across mesmerising locations in Rajasthan, Shillong, Nagaland, Kolkata and some mysterious foggy villages of Manipur. Songs of Mashangva is now available on DVD across all leading music and retail stores
Posted on May 3, 2012, in DVD, Films, Music, Reviews and tagged actual sound, ardent music, assam, folk, folk blues, india, meghalaya, music, musical culture, nagaland, north east india, rewben mashangva, shillong, sikkim, songs, Times Music, tribal music. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.