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1. Namaste
2. Inner Nomad
3. Garuda (Feat. Cyril Reganney)
4. Belly of the Whale (Feat. Veronika Stalder)
5. March of the Endlings (Feat. Robinson Khoury)
6. Hypnagogia (Feat. Raphaëlle Brochet, Nguyèn LE)
7. People of Tomorrow (Part I)
8. People of Tomorrow (Part II)
9. Kublai
10. Ananda (Feat. Prabhu Edouard)
11. Nataraj (Feat. Mohini Dey, Nguyên LE, Stéphane Edouard)
12. Postlude
13. Song for Flora
14. On the Other Side of the Lake
15. Nandi

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Baiju Bhatt & Red Sun - People Of Tomorrow - Three years after the release of the unique Eastern Sonata, which mixed with a lot of mischief and talent the influences of a fantastic India and western jazz-rock, the Indo-Swiss violinist and composer Baiju Bhatt does it again and pushes the nail in by offering us an even more ambitious and powerful album, endowed with a musical depth, harmonious and subtle. With People Of Tomorrow we travel through the world and different musical styles, and we feel all the flavors, smells and spices, so that the notion of "world music" takes it's full meaning here by erasing all the borders in a great firework, shimmering and multicolored. A rich and complex music, tremendously well constructed and structured, which has the sense to be always accessible and fluid. Through the creative force and musical mastery of People Of Tomorrow, we have no doubt that the "people of tomorrow" will have abolished the musical, cultural and terrestrial borders, and will be sensitive to this deep and universal music, open to the collective game and endowed with a solid and moving interaction, for human welfare.