Sandeep Milan John & Friends : Gajaga Wannama Inspired

Sandeep Milan John & Friends : Gajaga Wannama Inspired

Sandeep Milan John & a few friends from Berklee re-created this brilliant take of the ‘Gajaga Wannama’ and this is how it came about, according to Sandeep.

‘At the time Berklee’s intake auditions rolled around, my fiancé suggested presenting this piece.
Owing to the abrupt effect the newly adopted time signature had on the tune, the examining panel
decided to call my work ‘the disruptive elephant.’

In January, when I arrived at Berklee, it was the drummer Konstantin who suggested recording this
version, after casually jamming to it. The version you hear today is the result of further refinement.
Its time signature isn’t the only break from tradition, since we’ve fortified the already majestic piece
with some colourful tones from strings’.

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