Indian Freakazoid Moments

Classicly trained Asha Puthli’s second 1978 album, The Devil Is Loose, is a masterpiece of snakey, spaced-out soul and pre-mainstream disco, first brought to my attention through the brilliant compilations by DJ/Producer Soulman a couple of years ago.
One of the more enduring pieces of disco-soul withstanding the test of time. She’s a stylist at the very least, and, at most, a campy genius.

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Ashti Puthli – ‘Space Talk’

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