Over 40 Years of Sound with Al Gromer Khan
Chakra Noir album, and single “After the Crash” Available Now
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Munich, Germany – August 30, 2017 – German-born but with a universal sound, Al Gromer Khan started his career as a sitar player and composer over four decades ago. Today he sits proudly on over 50 recordings, a handful of books, and his latest best-selling album release 2016’s Chakra Noir and the 2017 single release “After the Crash.”
Chakra Noir is the latest representative work in his ambient meets new age repertoire. It joins a myriad of sound that Al Gromer Khan has created over the years from 1974’s Hesse Between Music to last year’s Chakra Noir.
Over the years Khan has worked on creating an independence from modern day noise and stress and the complexities of contemporary life, creating sanctuaries of resonance. It is safe to say he has achieved all of that and then some.
Khan has been writing National-Radio documentaries and features about music for 25 years. He stepped into writing literary works in 2006. He has published four music-novels: The Hippie Quartet. His debut novel was Jimi of Silence. Jazz Christmas, The White Mogul followed.
In 2017, with regard to the 50 years jubilee Summer of Love “Kurt and Bongo and the Hippies.” His distinctive unique Paisley Music style has won him a circle of fans throughout the world. A number of soundtracks for films. Those interested in adding his latest single “After the Crash.” to their playlists, or speaking with Al Gromer Khan about his legacy can get in touch via the information provided below.
Al Gromer Khan is a German-born sitar player, composer, and author with over 40 years of experience. Currently he is working on a new album to be released in fall.
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