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Slip-Disc CD

Dishoom's Bombay-London grooves

A playful celebration of the mutual fascination between London and Bombay that began in the ‘60s — and the awesome music that came out of it!

From rocking Bombay to swinging London: what a terrific trip!

In the ‘60s, Indians and Brits struck up an unlikely new relationship that resulted in some truly amazing music.

For the youth generation, culture was the new currency. British bands were mad for mystic, exotic India (and her musical and chemical delights!). Meanwhile, young Indians hankered after Western styles and ‘beat’ bands in Bombay belted out versions of the latest rock’n’roll hits. Indian musicians dreamed of making it big in the West, and a few hip young Indians even rocked up in London...

Despite their utterly different upbringings, they reveled in their contrasting cultures. Slip-Disc is the far-out sound of this cross-continental youth revolution and long-distance love affair!

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Track listing

Jumpin’ Jack Flash – Ananda Shankar
Cissy Strutt – Bill Ravi Harris & The Prophets
The Party (Reprise) – Henry Mancini & His Orchestra 
Born to Be Wild – The Savages
You Me Bullets Love – The Bombay Royale
I Like London In The Rain - Blossom Dearie
Get Carter – BB Davis & The Red Orchidstra
Ain't That Peculiar – Peter Ivers Group feat. Asha Puthli 
Usha Uthup – One Two Cha Cha Cha (Shalimar OST version) 
Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) – Gabor Szabo 

Plus Bonus Track!

Sunshine Superman – Big Jim Sullivan

Kind words


Fascinating exploration of cultural crossover in the Swinging ’60s” – 8/10


"Utterly dancefloor-worthy - with any luck, this will just be the first volume” – ★★★★ 


an eclectic mix of classics and deep cuts, with killer tunes of both an aged and more recent vintage