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XS Bass - Immortal Memories (Out Now)

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This Album is a journey of immortal memories for all the years of injustice for the Sikh families and those 'defender of the faith' that have been named martyrs in the history of our lifetime. The Single 'Parnaam Shaheedan Nu' is a humble salute to all the martyrs and defenders of our faith -- The Khalsa Panth.

The song has been skillfully written by Rai Raj and sung By Foji Gill endorsing the charity Khalsa Aid. The project was bought together by TS Designs while in talks with Harj of XS-BASS regarding the album where a song was required to reflect the work of Khalsa Aid and TS Designs recent charity mission to Punjab.

The concept would be a charity song which would help raise awareness and money to support the Shaheed families in suffering lost family members from 1984. A connection was then made to find UK punjabi vocalist to lead the song, after talks with Foji who straight away decided the title and chorus the song was born. The skill full production by Harj, the meaningful vocals from foji, the inspired direction from TS Designs mixed with Sikh history was the perfect blend to remember the martyrs that lost their lives to defend the faith.


Shaheedi     XS-BASS & Pasla Jatha Birmingham    

Parnaam     XS-BASS, Foji & TS Designs    

Singh Soormeh     XS-BASS & Kulvinder Johal    

Kurbani     XS-BASS & Lucky Sidhu    

Salute     XS-BASS & Ali Abbas    

Sikh Courage     XS-BASS & Kulvinder Johal    

Blood For Blood     XS-BASS & Pasla Jatha Birmingham    

The Creator     XS-BASS & Kulvinder Johal

Rain of Fire     XS-BASS & Jita Singh Sagoo    

25 Years (Instrumental)     Harjit Singh Dhanjal

 

Immortal memories is the latest offering by XS-BASS, something which forms the foundation of Harj D and his musical journey. In 1984 Harj Dhanjal a child, was sent to India to learn music and his Sikh heritage at Nanaksar Gurdwara Delhi. Whilst his stay during the months of the aftermath of the Golden Temple (Amritsar) he witnessed the uproar in the city when the assassination of Indira Gandhi, then the Prime Minister of India took place on 31st October. Harj Dhanjal found himself scarred with memories of this inhuman and horrific genocide.

This Album is a journey of immortal memories for all the years of injustice for the Sikh families and those ‘defender of the faith’ that have been named martyrs in the history of our lifetime. The Single ‘Parnaam Shaheedan Nu’ is a humble salute to all the martyrs and defenders of our faith – The Khalsa Panth.

The single "Parnaam Shaheedan Nu" is a humble salute to the martyrs and defenders of our faith - the The Khalsa Panth. The song has been skillfully written by Rai Raj and sung By Foji Gill endorsing the charity Khalsa Aid. The project was bought together by TS Designs while in talks with Harj of XS-BASS regarding the album where a song was required to reflect the work of Khalsa Aid and TS Designs recent charity mission to Punjab.

The concept would be a charity song which would help raise awareness and money to support the Shaheed families in suffering lost family members from 1984. A connection was then made to find UK punjabi vocalist to lead the song, after talks with Foji who straight away decided the title and chorus the song was born. The skill full production by Harj, the meaningful vocals from foji, the inspired direction from TS Designs mixed with Sikh history was the perfect blend to remember the martyrs that lost their lives to defend the faith.

Khalsa Aid launched the Shaheed Parivaar Aid in January 2011 and today KA are finacially supporting over 100 families and this number is rising every week. These are the mothers, fathers, wives and children of the Shaheeds who have neglected from the late-90s onwards. Khalsa Aid is also re-building the houses for some of the worst cases of neglect.

The sight of a mother of a Shaheed living in a run down house with no electric, water and living on hand-outs from her neighbors is a constant reminder how the Panth has filed them. These folks are ridden with sickness through a life of poor diet and total neglect of medical attention and now they are dying in poverty.

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