Sheila Chandra


Sheila Savithri Elizabeth Chandra

Also you may know as Chandra, S. Chandra
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Discography of Sheila Chandra:


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# Cover Release title Total tracks Download mp3 album Release date Label fo release
1 Sheila Chandra - Nada Brahma Nada Brahma 5 1985 Indipop
2 Roots And Wings 11 1989 Indipop
3 Sheila Chandra - EEP1 EEP1 8 1999 Indipop
4 Sheila Chandra - Waiting EP Waiting EP 2 2003
5 Sheila Chandra - Moonsung (A Real World Retrospective) Moonsung (A Real World Retrospective) 12 1999
6 Out On My Own 10 1984 Indipop
7 Sheila Chandra - "This Sentence Is True" (The Previous Sentence Is False) 7 2001 Shakti Records
8 The Struggle 8 2002-01-15 Narada World
9 Sheila Chandra - The Struggle The Struggle 8 1985 Indipop
10 The Zen Kiss 11 1994
11 Sheila Chandra - Monsoon Monsoon 16 1995 Mercury
12 Sheila Chandra - EEP2 EEP2 9 2000 Indipop
13 Weaving My Ancestors' Voices 11 1992 Real World Records
14 The Zen Kiss 11 1994-04-10
15 ABoneCroneDrone 6 1996 Caroline Records
16 Sheila Chandra - Quiet! Quiet! 10 1984 Indipop
17 Sheila Chandra - The Struggle The Struggle 3 1985 Indipop
18 Sheila Chandra - Nada Brahma Nada Brahma 5 2000 Narada World
19 Sheila Chandra - Out On My Own Out On My Own 10 1984 Indipop
20 Roots And Wings 11 2000-04-25 Narada World
21 Speaking In Tongues '98 3 1997 Real World Records
22 Nada Brahma 5 1985 Indipop
23 Sheila Chandra - Best Of Sheila Chandra Best Of Sheila Chandra 10 1992 Alfa International
24 Sheila Chandra - Quiet Quiet 15 1988 Indipop
25 Sheila Chandra - Roots And Wings Roots And Wings 11 1989 Indipop
26 Sheila Chandra - Out On My Own Out On My Own 14 1984 Indipop
27 Waiting 2 2003 Spacecraft
28 Sheila Chandra - Quiet! Quiet! 10 1984 Indipop
29 Sheila Chandra - ABoneCroneDrone ABoneCroneDrone 7 1996 Caroline Records
30 Nada Brahma 5 1995
31 Konnokol Al Dente / We Are Growing 4 Not On Label
32 The Zen Kiss 11 1994
33 Moonsung (A Real World Retrospective) 12 1999 Real World Records
34 Silk 10 1991 Shanachie
35 Monsoon 16 1995
36 Out On My Own 10 2000 Narada World
37 Sheila Chandra - Quiet Quiet 10 1996
38 Silk 1983-1990 10 1990 Indipop
39 Sheila Chandra - All You Want Is More All You Want Is More 2 1988 Phonoprint Press London
40 Sheila Chandra - Silk 1983-1990 Silk 1983-1990 10 1990 Indipop
41 Moonsung: A Real World Retrospective 12 1999
42 Sheila Chandra - The Zen Kiss The Zen Kiss 11 1994
43 Sheila Chandra - Quiet Quiet 10 1999 Narada World
44 Moonsung: A Real World Retrospective 12 1999
45 Sheila Chandra - Nada Brahma Nada Brahma 5 2000 Narada World
46 Sheila Chandra - Weaving My Ancestors' Voices Weaving My Ancestors' Voices 11 1992
47 Sheila Chandra - ABoneCroneDrone ABoneCroneDrone 6 1996
48 Sheila Chandra - Moonsung (A Real World Retrospective) Moonsung (A Real World Retrospective) 14 1999 Real World Records
49 ABoneCroneDrone 6 2008 Real World Records
50 Sheila Chandra - Nada Brahma Nada Brahma 5 1985
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About Sheila Chandra

Sheila Chandra first came to prominence as a teenage actress on the British teen school soap "Grange Hill" playing the character Sudhamani Patel between 1979 and 1981.

At the same time as she left the series Steve Coe head of [l=Indipop] was looking for a vocalist for his Asian fusion band Monsoon. Allegedly he found an old demo tape of Chandra's in a box at [l=Hansa] and was attracted by her rich, fluid voice and South Indian heritage.

Monsoon's debut single, the much sampled "Ever So Lonely", recorded when Chandra was 16, reached #9 in the UK charts in April 1982, but subsequent singles made less impact and she left the group at the end of the year

She subsequently made 4 solo albums with Indipop, before retiring at the age of 20, coming back in 1991 for a 5th solo album "Roots and Wings" for Indipop where she began to expirement with voice tracks laid over drones, a style which set the tone for her work in the 90s

From there, Chandra's association with Real World Records began as she made 3 remarkable albums, "Weaving My Ancestors Voices" and "Speaking In Tongues" Parts 1 and II, fusing Arab, Andalucian, Celtic and Indian vocal styles with even older traditions such as Gregorian plainsong. She also performed live for 2 years in the 90s, for the first and so far only time in her career

In 1999 Real World released a retrospective of her work "Moonsung" and a retrospective of her Indipop work appeared in 2003

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