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Playlist of Alisha Sufit

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  • Alisha Sufit - The Phoenix - Magic Carpet

    4:53

    The Phoenix written by Alisha Sufit, first recorded by Magic Carpet 1972

  • Alisha Sufit The Friend 1974

    4:32

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  • Alisha Sufit-The Friend

    4:31

    설명

  • The Phoenix - Alisha Sufit - Magic Carpet

    5:01

    The Phoenix - by Alisha Sufit from the album Love And The Maiden (1974). CD available from - and and and

    Alisha Sufit was the singer songwriter with the UK Magic Carpet band whose epnymous album Magic Carpet was released in 1972 on Mushroom Records (UK). Now available at and iTunes Amazon UK CDBaby

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  • Alisha Sufit - Magic Carpet - Pidge-Podge

    3:11

    Pidge-Podge by Alisha Sufit from the album Love And The Maiden (1974). CD available from - and and and

    Alisha Sufit was the singer songwriter with the UK Magic Carpet band whose epnymous album Magic Carpet was released in 1972 on Mushroom Records (UK). Now available at and iTunes Amazon UK CDBaby

  • Steves Song - Alisha Sufit - Magic Carpet

    4:58

    Steve's Song by ©Alisha Sufit of Magic Carpet band (1972)

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  • Set Love Free - Alisha Sufit

    6:31

    Set Love Free - song by Alisha Sufit, singer song writer with the Magic Carpet band, whose first album was released in 1972. This is a rough take!

  • Saint Tropez - Alisha Sufit - Magic Carpet

    5:01

    Saint Tropez - song by Alisha Sufit, singer-song writer with the Magic Carpet band (1972) and Amorphous Androgynous, from the album Love and the Maiden (recorded 1974) available from Magic Carpet Records CDBaby Amazon.co.uk and iTunes

  • Long May The River - Alisha Sufit - Magic Carpet

    5:04

    Long May The River by © Alisha Sufit of Magic Carpet




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  • Alisha Sufit - Love Word - Magic Carpet

    4:59

    Love Word by © Alisha Sufit of Magic Carpet band

  • Alisha Sufit - Where My Heart Is - Magic Carpet

    3:48

    Where My Heart Is by Alisha Sufit from Alisha Through The Looking Glass CD & audiophile LP available at & CD only at CD Baby Amazon iTunes

  • Until the End of Time - Alisha Sufit - Magic Carpet

    5:29

    Until The End Of Time by ©Alisha Sufit of Magic Carpet band (1972)

  • Change Your Heart - Alisha Sufit - Magic Carpet

    5:01

    Change Your Heart by Alisha Sufit from Alisha Through The Looking Glass CD & audiophile LP available at & CD only at CD Baby Amazon iTunes
    Alisha Sufit - vocals & Appalachian dulcimer

  • The Future Sound Of London - Falling Upwards Aria

    1:18

    Life In Moments (2015)

  • Outside In - Alisha Sufit - Magic Carpet

    4:21

    Outside-In by ©Alisha Sufit from Alisha Through The Looking Glass CD & LP available at CDBaby, Amazon and

  • Dancer - Alisha Sufit - Magic Carpet

    3:50

    Dancer - song by © Alisha Sufit of Magic Carpet. See Facebook -

  • Where Does the Evil Go?

    3:03

    Provided to YouTube by Awal Digital Ltd

    Where Does the Evil Go? · The Amorphous Androgynous feat. Alisha Sufit · The Amorphous Androgynous · Alisha Sufit

    The Cartel

    ℗ Monstrous Bubble

    Released on: 2014-04-28

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Comet In My Sky - Alisha Sufit - Magic Carpet

    5:12

    Comet In My Sky - song by Alisha Sufit of Magic Carpet band (1972)

  • We Miss You - Alisha Sufit - Magic Carpet

    5:10

    We Miss You written by ©Alisha Sufit of Magic Carpet band

  • Silver Witch - Alisha Sufit

    6:41

    Silver Witch by Alisha Sufit (Magic Carpet) from Many Bright Friends, with Frank defina playing mandolin and Alisha playing guitar.

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  • Mourning Phase - August Song

    4:43

    Mourning Phase (UK Acid-Folk 1971)

  • Removal Man - Alisha Sufit - Magic Carpet

    3:37

    Removal Man by Alisha Sufit from the album Love And The Maiden (1974). CD available from - and and and

    Alisha Sufit was the singer songwriter with the UK Magic Carpet band whose epnymous album Magic Carpet was released in 1972 on Mushroom Records (UK). Now available at and iTunes Amazon UK CDBaby

  • Potato On The Side - Alisha Sufit - Magic Carpet

    3:31

    Potato On The Side by Alisha Sufit from Alisha Through The Looking Glass CD & LP available at & CD only at CD Baby Amazon iTunes

  • Many Bright Things A Midsummer Nights Dream Part 1

    10:54

    Side one of the first MBT LP.

  • ALISHA SUFIT LIVE @ A MONSTROUS PSYCHEDELIC BUBBLE 12hr spectacular

    1:11

    LIVE @ A MONSTROUS PSYCHEDELIC BUBBLE 12hr spectacular

  • Ragabond - I Love You - Alisha, Clem & Sirish

    2:22

    I Love You - sample track by Ragabond - band line-up: Clem Alford (sitar) Sirish Kumar (tabla) Alisha Sufit (vocals) East-West dance fusion - available soon! Clem Alford and Alisha Sufit were members of Magic Carpet (1972)

  • Sacred Season - Change your heart

    5:10

    Die Kieler Kultband Sacred Season bei ihrem letzten Konzert im Albatros Bordesholm. Es war grandios und vielleicht tun sie es ja nochmal?!?

  • Your Song

    3:05

    Provided to YouTube by DistroKid

    Your Song · Polar Bodies

    Garage Sessions

    ℗ Toast Out Records

    Released on: 2019-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Ragabond - Rain Fall Down - Alisha, Clem & Sirish

    1:50

    Rain Fall Down - sample track by Ragabond - band line-up: Clem Alford (sitar) Sirish Kumar (tabla) Alisha Sufit (vocals) East-West dance fusion - available soon! Clem Alford and Alisha Sufit were members of Magic Carpet (1972)

  • He Was Aways There

    3:23

    He Was Always There by © Alisha Sufit • voice and Appalachian dulcimer

  • Frank DeFina Tribute

    3:54

    Our version of Colorado Song by Ozark Mountain Daredevils. Frank DeFina - guitars, mandolin, Cliff Howell - bass, Bo Polatty - drums, vocal. He touched so many people. Goodbye, my friend, until we meet again.

  • Magic Carpet - LaLa

    2:43

    From Magic Carpet by the UK 70s Magic Carpet band available at iTunes

    In the 1960s and 1970s, both in the UK and in America, there was a burgeoning interest in Indian culture and music, most famously spear-headed by virtuoso sitar player Ravi Shankar and sarod player Ali Akbar Khan, amongst others. Numerous UK bands of the era began to use sitar and Indian musical sounds generally to add a flavor of the east to their recordings. By contrast, Magic Carpet was a more cohesive Anglo-Indian fusion, the Indian instrumentation generating and being integral to the music, not simply an addition. Based around the classically trained sitar virtuoso, Alford, and the ethereal voice of Sufit, Magic Carpet created a distinctive sound described (perhaps misleadingly) as psychedelic progressive folk music - psych prog folk.

    Clem Alford, sitar
    Alisha Sufit, voice and guitar
    Jim Moyes, guitar
    Keshav Sathe, Indian tabla percussion

  • Magic Carpet - Do You Hear The Words Psych Folk Music, Sitar.

    3:01

    From Magic Carpet (1972) available at iTunes Amazon UK

    Magic Carpet - Do You Hear The Words (1972)

    In the 1960s and 70s, both in the UK and in America, there was a burgeoning interest in Indian culture and music, most famously spear-headed by virtuoso sitar player Ravi Shankar and sarod player Ali Akbar Khan, amongst others. Numerous UK bands of the era began to use sitar and Indian musical sounds generally to add a flavor of the east to their recordings. By contrast, Magic Carpet was a more cohesive Anglo-Indian fusion, the Indian instrumentation generating and being integral to the music, not simply an addition. Based around the classically trained sitar virtuoso, Clem Alford, and the ethereal voice of Alisha Sufit, Magic Carpet created a distinctive sound described (perhaps misleadingly) as psychedelic progressive folk music.

    The Magic Carpet album has been described as a psych folk gem - a unique and extraordinary fusion of east and west, Magic Carpet being one of the very first bands to truly combine Indian and western instrumentation. After a launch at the 100 Club, London, UK, the Magic Carpet band performed at Cleo Laine and Johnny Dankworth's Wavendon, enjoyed airplay on Pete Drummond's Sounds of the Seventies on BBC Radio, plus made several club and festival appearances. However, this novel collective split up shortly after the first album was released. It was only after a lapse of some fifteen years that recognition followed. Widely and more positively reviewed, the original Magic Carpet album has now been reissued on CD and vinyl by the UK Magic Carpet Records label.

    Seven of the vocal tracks written by Sufit employ modal tunings in the guitar accompaniment. These 'open' guitar tunings, first introduced and popularized by musicians such as Davey Graham and Joni Mitchell, are supremely compatible with the modal tuning of the sitar, allowing a true integration of sounds. Sufit's vocals feature on nine of the twelve tracks, the remaining three being purely instrumental.

  • Many Bright Things - The Silver Witch - 2005

    6:33

    another song from this fantastic LP.

  • Harmonious Gathering 10/10/10 - Magic carpet

    12:26

    On the 10/10/10 120 people and 8 musicians of Melbourne, Australia set together with intention of raising the frequencies of harmony and unity consciousness in planet earth!
    we sang songs of devotion in many languages from different cultures. We meditated and celebrated as one!
    This year we are going to get together even in larger number for the 11/11/11.
    with the same intention of harmony,unity and peace on earth!
    Blessings and gratitude to all who helped and took part in it!
    peace,light and love

  • Falling Down

    22:28

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Falling Down (A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Mix) · Oasis / 綠洲合唱團

    Falling Down

    ℗ 2009 Big Brother Recordings Limited
    ℗ Big Brother Recordings Ltd

    Released on: 2009-03-05

    Vocal: Alisha Sufit
    Speaker: Bow Bartlett
    Mixing Engineer, Producer: D. Sardy
    Engineer: Ryan Castle
    Editor: Andy Brohard
    Re- Mixer: The Amorphous Androgynous
    Composer, Lyricist: Noel Gallagher
    Producer: The Future Sound Of London

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Magic Carpet - Peace Song

    4:01

    Peace Song by Alisha Sufit from Magic Carpet (1972) available at iTunes Amazon UK CDBaby and

    Peace Song - recorded by Magic Carpet 1972. Clem Alford (sitar), Alisha Sufit (vocals & acoustic guitar), Jim Moyes (guitar), Keshav Sathe (tabla). See and Facebook -

  • Alans Christmas Card by the Magic Carpet

    5:48

    Alan's Christmas Card by the Magic Carpet, an Anglo-Indian psych-folk and fusion band from the 70s. Band members include - Clem Altford, Keshav Sathe, Alisha Sufit and Jim Moyes.

  • Ragabond - Dont Look Back

    2:19

    Sample track by Ragabond - band line-up: Clem Alford (sitar) Sirish Kumar (tabla) Alisha Sufit (vocals) East-West dance fusion - available soon! Clem Alford and Alisha Sufit were members of Magic Carpet (1972)

  • magic carpet - harvest song

    3:42

    From Magic Carpet (1972) available at iTunes Amazon UK

    Magic Carpet was a pioneering Anglo-Indian United Kingdom (UK) band of musicians that first appeared in the early 1970s.

    The band members were Clem Alford, sitar; Alisha Sufit, voice and guitar; Jim Moyes, guitar; and Keshav Sathe, Indian tabla percussion. In 1972 the band released an eponymous album, Magic Carpet, on the Mushroom (UK) label that has since become a sought-after item in the international collectors' vinyl market.

  • Magic Carpet - Harvest Song

    3:42

    Harvest Song by Alisha Sufit from Magic Carpet (1972) available at iTunes Amazon UK CDBaby and

    Harvest Song - recorded by Magic Carpet 1972. Clem Alford (sitar), Alisha Sufit (vocals & acoustic guitar), Jim Moyes (guitar), Keshav Sathe (tabla). See and Facebook -

  • The Phoenix

    3:20

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    The Phoenix · Magic Carpet

    Spaced Out: The Story of Mushroom Records

    ℗ 1972 Alisha Sufit

    Released on: 2017-05-19

    Music Publisher: Alisha Sufit (MCPS)

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • High Street

    3:43

    From Magic Carpet (1972) available at iTunes Amazon UK and and



    The Magic Carpet: foi descrito como uma jóia psych folk - uma fusão única e extraordinária de leste e oeste, sendo uma das primeiras bandas a realmente combinar instrumentos indianos e ocidentais

  • Sufit - Killing in the name of

    4:55

    Klub Kornet, Kraków 11.05.2013
    Autor: Paulina S. Dziękujemy za nagrania!

  • Magic Carpet - High Street

    6:43

    High Street by Alisha Sufit, Magic Carpet album 1972, Keshav Sathe (tabla) and Alisha Sufit (vocals and acoustic guitar). Magic Carpet CD available from CDBaby, amazon.co.uk and

  • Magic Carpet - Feast Your Eyes

    8:01

    Feast Your Eyes by Alisha Sufit of Magic Carpet from Once Moor CD and LP on Magic Carpet Records available at iTunes CDBABY and Amazon Clem Alford - sitar, Alisha Sufit - vocals and acoustic guitars.

  • Magic Carpet - Black Cat

    4:09

    Black Cat by Alisha Sufit from Magic Carpet (1972) available at iTunes Amazon UK CDBaby and

    Black Cat - recorded by Magic Carpet 1972. Clem Alford (sitar), Alisha Sufit (vocals & acoustic guitar), Jim Moyes (guitar), Keshav Sathe (tabla). See and Facebook -

  • Magic Carpet - The Phoenix

    3:29

    The Phoenix by Alisha Sufit from Magic Carpet (1972) available at iTunes Amazon UK CDBaby and

    The Phoenix - recorded by Magic Carpet 1972. Clem Alford (sitar), Alisha Sufit (vocals & acoustic guitar), Jim Moyes (guitar), Keshav Sathe (tabla). See and Facebook -

  • Magic Carpet - Take Away Kesh

    2:37

    From Magic Carpet by the UK 70s Magic Carpet band available at iTunes

    In the 1960s and 1970s, both in the UK and in America, there was a burgeoning interest in Indian culture and music, most famously spear-headed by virtuoso sitar player Ravi Shankar and sarod player Ali Akbar Khan, amongst others. Numerous UK bands of the era began to use sitar and Indian musical sounds generally to add a flavor of the east to their recordings. By contrast, Magic Carpet was a more cohesive Anglo-Indian fusion, the Indian instrumentation generating and being integral to the music, not simply an addition. Based around the classically trained sitar virtuoso, Alford, and the ethereal voice of Sufit, Magic Carpet created a distinctive sound described (perhaps misleadingly) as psychedelic progressive folk music - psych prog folk.

    Clem Alford, sitar
    Alisha Sufit, voice and guitar
    Jim Moyes, guitar
    Keshav Sathe, Indian tabla percussion

  • Alisha Langley - I Miss You Cover

    3:22

    Felt like playing guitar, and I love this song. Even if it's Miley Cyrus.

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