Haveli by The Three Seas, released 06 February 2014 1. Piramal 2. The Machine 3. Open Door 4. Haveli 5. Kites 6. Clarity 7. Godfather 8. The Six Thieves. This album was recorded on location at the Piramal Haveli (Rajasthan, India) in High definition sound by The Three Seas(India/Australia). On 'Haveli' listeners can expect a soulful, song based repertoire with a diverse array of voices and unusual instruments, no Tabla's or Sitar's here! Many of the grooves were generated from the sounds of traditional Baul instruments like the Khamuk and Dubki.
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The Three Seas Initiative is a flexible political platform, at Presidential level, launched in 2015. The Initiative includes the 12 EU Member States located between the Adriatic, the Baltic and the Black Seas: Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia. The Dubrovnik Summit in 2016 opened the dialogue under the aegis of the Three Seas Initiative, followed in 2017 by the Warsaw Summit, where the 12 Three Seas Initiative states were joined by the US President, Donald Trump
The Three Seas Initiative (3SI, TSI, I3M), also known as the Baltic, Adriatic, Black Sea (BABS) Initiative, is a forum of twelve states in the European Union, located in Central and Eastern Europe. The combined area connects the Adriatic Sea, Baltic Sea, and Black Sea. The initiative aims to create a regional dialogue on a variety of questions affecting the member states. The twelve members met for their first summit in 2016, in Dubrovnik.
The Three Seas are Matt Keegan, Steve Elphick, singer Raju Das Baul, Deo Ashish Mothey and Gaurab Chatterjee. They arrived on stage one at a time, each ritually striking a brass bowl that seemed to ring for about as long as our Prime Ministers last. In 2014 the core of these players released a mesmerising album called Haveli tinged with a vague halo of '60s psychedelia. Here the music was earthier and the idioms so thoroughly intertwined as to beg for longer improvisations. It was also the sort of project from which ethnomusicologists milk doctorates.