A MUST for BEATLE fans!
The Most Unique BEATLE Tribute Album You'll Ever Hear!!

To The "Fab Four" from Liverpool...A Tribute From India


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All songs arranged and performed by MADOOO (Madhu)
Click on each of these sample tracks to listen:

1) Norwegian Wood (Lennon/McCartney)
2) You’ve Gotta Hide Your Love Away (Lennon/McCartney)
3) Ob-la-di Ob-la-da (Lennon/McCartney)
4) If I Needed Someone (George Harrison)
5) You Can’t Do That (Lennon/McCartney)
6) Love Me Do (Lennon/McCartney)
7) Gotta Get You Into My Life (Lennon/McCartney)
8) Across The Universe (Lennon/McCartney)
9) With A Little Help From My Friends (Lennon/McCartney)
10) I Saw Her Standing There (Lennon/McCartney)
11) Things We Said Today (Lennon/McCartney)
12) The John Lennon Tribute (Medley)
Imagine/Watchin’ The Wheels/Give Peace A Chance (Lennon)

 

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Video of "Got To Get You Into My Life" (9.9 MB)
As seen in Discovery-TV Europe's "The Alternative Rock n' Roll Years"covering
the Rock n' Roll scene in the 70s around the world. It is illegal to duplicate or play this video in any other situation.




  • PROMOS & REVIEWS
  • 99.5 The Mountain's "Breakfast With The Beatles" brings you three hours of Beatles & solo-Beatle music and audioclips
    each Sunday morning at 9. The show includes special features, previews of new releases and theme sets
    suggested by listeners. Your host is the Mountain's morning guide, Archer, who has interviewed all four Beatles
    over the course of his radio career and brings an extensive audio archive to this unique, locally-produced weekly "fab fest."
  1. ARCHER was the first to feature MADOOO on American Radio in his show
    as EXTRAORDINARY COVERS — Cover versions of Beatles songs that take the songs to different levels.
    On July 18, 2004 Archer played "If I needed someone" alongside cuts by Elton John and Al Green.
    Click here to listen to Archer's Comments.

    "This album is incredible – An Indian music-salute to The Beatles"
    – Archer from 99.5 The Mountain's 'Breakfast With The Beatles', CO, USA
  1. Madooo's "Tribute to John Lennon" was chosen to open John's Birthday Special morning program by 99.5
    The Mountain's "Breakfast With The Beatles", on Oct 10, 2004. Songs were played in this order...

    * John Lennon Tribute/Madooo
    * Jealous Guy/Collective Soul
    * Working Class Hero/Alarm
    * Instant Karma/Toad The Wet Sprocket
    * Gimme Some Truth/Sam Phillips
    * Oh My Love/Wackers
    * I Don't Wanna Be A Soldier/Mad Season
    * Grow Old With Me/Mary Chapin-Carpenter
    * Give Peace A Chance/Amnistie Internationale
    In their signal coverage area -- Denver, Boulder, Littleton, Aurora, CO,
    they have 600,000 listeners.
  • John Lennon Dreamsite, http://www.johnlennon.it , is a cool site dedicated to John Lennon, the Beatles and  Dreamers of every age, gender and time.
    Photos and writings from the book http://www.johnlennon.it/libri_imagine_eng.htm and the exhibition  "Imagine Your Dream: a Tribute to John Lennon" (Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna in Rome) by Fiorella Dorotea Gentile, the radio and tv photojournalist, who is editor of the site. This exhibition is available to rent.
    http://www.johnlennon.it/info_2_eng.htm The site contains beautiful photos of John Lennon, Yoko ono, Beatles, Bowie, Dylan, Eno, MacLaughlin; lyrics,
    biographies, quotes, essays, useful links, discography, forum and an interesting showcase of selected guests with essays, music and videos. Emotional!

 

  1. "I really like the CD. My favourite is 'You can't do that'. Also 'Across the universe'...it has a very Roger Waters
    kind of vocal arrangement. All of the album is very interesting...the songs are very different...finally something
    different for the Beatles' cover world."
    – Simone from

  • "Madooo’s latest album, 'To The ‘Fab Four’ From Liverpool...A Tribute From India' is a heady concoction of the East
    and West, featuring hypnotic strains of the sitar and rhythmic pulsations of the tabla married to vintage melodies."

    – By Archana Jayakumar, Asian Age, Sept 5, 2004
  1. "His artistic and creative input has made the album an absolutely delight to listen to. My favourites are 'Norwegian Wood',
    'With a little help' and 'The John Lennon tribute', which I think is very moving and very cleverly put together."
    – Jeevan Soorya Dhas, Australia


  2. "Even before he became famous in 1974 for playing the role of Jesus in Alyque Padamsee’s
    Jesus Christ Superstar,
    Madhukar Chandra Dhas (Madooo) used to sing Beatles numbers for a Chennai-based band named Voodoos."
  1. "Straddling two worlds, these songs have been deliberately chosen for their `Indianness,' which has been further
    enhanced by Madooo using Indian instruments as a measure of his tribute to John, Paul, George and Ringo."
    Read the rest of the article by CHITRA KRISHNAN, Wednesday, September 29, 2004 – THE HINDU (MADRAS EDITION)

  2. "The Fab Four album is available only in USA so far. Madooo is trying to market it here (INDIA)..."
    – SM City Express, With The New Indian Express (Chennai) Saturday, October 2, 2004.

 

  1. His album brings Indian sounds into popular Beatles' numbers (Norwegian Wood, anyone?)
  2. Read the rest of the article by HEMANGINI GUPTA, Monday, September 27, 2004 – THE HINDU (BANGALORE EDITION)

"I found it enjoyable on many levels - shades of Pop, Trance, Lambada, Bhangra, Psychedelic Rock,
etc.- all the hallmarks of the current 'masala' bands that I come across on the college radio stations."
– FRED MILLER, TX, USA

 

"He left India when he became part of the CBC band and spent a good time of his initial years in the United States
touring various parts of the country. But he is no longer part of the troupe. He now works with Deutsch Advertising, owns a recording studio ‘Madooo Records’ and has released his second album, “To the Fab Four...A Tribute from India”
Read the rest of the article by By INDIRA RODERICKS, Thursday,Sept. 23, 2004 – Afternoon Despatch & Courier, Mumbai, INDIA

 
 

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