Gurj had some material recorded for his album and wanted further production doing. He was very young when we first began working with him, and given that he was from a Dhadi background with a high pitched voice, we really enjoyed helping him develop his ideas and singing style. It is as simple as that. With this track, there was a lot of back and forward communication between Atul Sharma and myself, trying to get the track right. Vocally, Gurj is an excellent vocalist; one of the best out there. This made me go back to the drawing board.
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Vocalist Gurj Sidhu and producer Tru-Skool live in studio
To top it off, he started making a guide to a song. One word to describe the album? Each person has played a vital part in the end product.
I also composed the live Guitar and Bass parts for the guitarist, Matt, to play. This made me go back to the drawing board.
Putt Sardaran De by Gurj Sidhu on TIDAL
The way I usually work is I get vocals, take them away, lock myself in the studio and come up with something that is either great, or scrapped and started over. Also, as time went on, my voice got better, and listening back to my older songs, I felt I could do them better. Gurj Sidhu will be at Punjabi Roots in Smethwick, Birmingham, on release day, between pm for the launch of his album.
Sentimental Value has been completed and is actually releasing — on Thursday 23rd February ! From the producers, musicians and lyricists, to the video directors and models.
A very humble and lovely lad. Last, but definitely not least, I would like to give a special thanks to Kamraan from Moviebox, for believing in me and making this all happen. After all, he was the guy that introduced these instruments into Panjabi music.
Things have clicked so well between us, that one song turned became two, and eventually 7 of the 15 tracks on the album have been produced by us. Originally, the tracks I had released previously, were all going ee be on the iTunes release of the album, meaning it was going to be 13 track album.
I thought, are people going to buy the album if this is the case? I think this album is the start of something big for Gurj, and I wish him all the best. I probably have every single song sararan his, even on my phone. Gurj had some material recorded for his album and wanted further production doing.
I turned to Amo and said we need to a track put the album with a Mirza type melody vibe, and go pure folk on it, with no western influences at all. Following that, I got into contact with Sukh Tru-Skool and he said to come down to his studio in Derby.
Check out the article on the single here: I was thinking, what do I do? Very rare do you get artists who make music that is true to them. I eventually ended up meeting him when we went to do a Manak tribute programme on TV, and I gurn very impressed with his vocals. How did the Atul Sharma collaboration come about?
I started composing sardarsn home and showed it to Amo. I used to get all claustrophobic, recording in the vocal booth. I would recommend everyone to check this guy out.
He then improved the melody of the hook line, which made it sound even better. With this track, there was a lot of back and forward communication between Atul Sharma and myself, trying to get the track right. That is a very difficult question!
He then composed the melodies for the bass and d guitars, and we got a mate of mine to play these pieces for us. Notify me of new comments via email. It is as simple as that. But, there is one difference between Detox and Sentimental Value.