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The Sun Beneath the Sea is the first solo cd by Ubertar (Paul Rubenstein). Click on the titles below for sample clips:

01. Night Sky

02. Blinded (Shining Sun)

03. Wandering

04. transition

05. A Call for Rain

06. Crow Leads the Way to the Underworld

07. The Rain

08. Delusion

09. Flood

10. Crossing the Abyss

11. The Sun Beneath the Sea

12. A Momentary Peace

(c)2000, 2006 Paul Rubenstein

SOUNDS

Music on this page is free to download for personal, non-commercial use. It may be podcast by Creot Radio. Any other use requires permission. All selections are copyrighted by Paul Rubenstein, unless otherwise noted. Paypal donations are accepted, and welcome! (bank transfer only, please). Send to bakshish (at) speakeasy (dot) net.

These pieces are available for licensing for film, tv, etc. Or commission new work. Contact :

 

yao's question

This was Bakshish's second album.

(c)1999, 2005 Paul Rubenstein and Viren Kamdar

original compact disc, shrinkwrapped, with artwork available

1. Finn Mac Cool

2. Alhambra

3. Sleeping Garden

4. Voices

5. Cobra

6. Bakshish and Destruction (with special guests Mark Fendel (prepared alto sax) and Geoff Harper (upright bass) of Bebop and Destruction)

7. Soma

8. Jihad

9. Walking and Talking

10. Yao's Question

11. Behind the Veil

12. Horsemen

13. untitled

14. Enkidu

15. Rainstorm

16. Inorganic Beings

 

 

sample 2

 

 

 

four fifths of the world

This was the first album by Bakshish (Paul Rubenstein and Viren Kamdar). Paul played the melodic instruments and Viren played the drums/percussion. A Seattle-based experimental world music duo, Bakshish explored microtonal scales with invented and traditional instruments.

(c)1997, 2005 Paul Rubenstein and Viren Kamdar

original compact disc, shrinkwrapped, with artwork available

1. yisrah

2. coil of the serpent

3. mice

4. iguana

5. desert song

6. under one sky

7. ukfoo

8. albino falcon

9. pani

10. stealing food

11. takshara

 

the Sun beneath the Sea is available on CDR for $10 (includes shipping anywhere in the world). Send by paypal to bakshish (at) speakeasy (dot) net.

read a review (in Japanese)

thanks, Jun!

photo by Rebecca Wasserman