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"Maa" Gujarati Song
by Prakash Joshi
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Prakash Joshi was born in Uganda and comes from a family of musicians. His father Vinod Joshi and uncle Rupshankar Joshi are both fine Musicians.

His first appeareance on TV was at the age of 17 years with a group called "Savannah Swingers" belting out songs by Elvis, ambulance "The Beatles" and "The Monkees".

For the past thirty years, for sale though he has focused more on Indian semi-classical music.

 In 1990 he made a cassette with his own composition/ songs, patient accompanied by a great international artist, "Tabla Player" Sirish Kumar Manji who has been both a friend and an inspiration to him.

Live on TV in Vancouver, British Columbia has Suresh Ramotar from Toronto, Canada on Tabla and other local musicians accompanying Prakash Joshi.

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"Hindi Bhajan"
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Popular Gazal
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Film, Humraaz - "In Hava O' Meh"
Tabla: Suresh Ramavtar.
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Sirishkumar Manji and Prakash Joshi, London U.K. ( Feb. 2002)



Kalamandir- North Vancouver Centennial Theater

Navin Tailor, Hemant Kosmadia and Prakash Joshi

Vancouver Folk Music Festival – 2006

The Vancouver Folk Music Festival is produced annually by the Vancouver Folk Festival Society, a registered non-profit society. The 29th Music Festival held during the three days, 14, 15, and 16th July, 2006 at Jericho beach attracted, as usual musicians from as far as Australia, New Zealand, U.K., Denmark, India and of course numerous artists from the North American continent as well.

The six stage festival had a line–up of artists who renewed the spirits of the audience for yet another year with the dedicated assistance of 1200 volunteers. Read more...

Tabla Nawaz-Special Tribute

Tabla Nawaz-Special Tribute (page 2)


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