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Updated November 13th, 2019 at 15:55 IST

Indian Jam Project pays tribute to The Beatles with a desi rendition of 'Hey Jude'

A fusion cover band Indian Jam Project has come up with a rendition of the classic 1968 Beatles song Hey Jude with an Indian twist

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A fusion cover band Indian Jam Project has come up with a rendition of the classic 1968 Beatles song Hey Jude with an Indian twist. The band is known for using Indian instruments and has covered numerous songs by western artists' like Coldplay, Imagine Dragons, and many more. The band first went viral for the cover of Game of Thrones theme song. They later also did the cover of the theme song of the BBC's Sherlock. 

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The group was found by Tushar Lall who says, unlike other covers, Hey Jude has a sharp throwback feel. The latest cover is very different from their usual work as they are trying to explore a newer audience base with songs that are popular among a wider variety of people. His work is aimed at convincing people that classical music can be anything one wants and still sound good. He usually collaborates with different musicians for each of his projects. He says that for this particular video the musicians were chosen on the basis of their instrumental expertise who could put the perfect desi spin on Hey Jude. The music is recorded on instruments including sitar, tabla, sarangi, guitars, and drums. 

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The Youtube description reads, “The Indian Jam Project is a fusion platform, founded by young Producer/Composer Tushar Lall, who is the brains behind arranging and composing the Indianised adaptations, often by bombing them with his own compositions. The arrangements are performed with him and some amazing musicians.”

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“Tushar is attempting to knit classical Indian tones into the script of western music to showcase the beauty of Indian Music. It is one of a kind concept where a fusion of Indo-western styles of music produces a concoction which is deeply emotive as well as thought-provoking showing that music transcends boundaries and has no language.”

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Published November 13th, 2019 at 14:21 IST

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