Vas

Vas

Ethereal World Ambient New Age Female Vocalists
Vas (Persian for vessel), based in Los Angeles, USA, is the contemporary ethereal opus of acclaimed vocalist Azam Ali and percussionist Greg Ellis (2001 solo release Kala Rupa). Native to Iran (raised in India), Azam Ali and Ellis met in 1995 and collaborated on four VAS releases. Together, along with Laxmi Shankar and Deepak Ram, can be heard in the end title track by Juno Reactor's Ben Watkins on The Matrix Revolutions score. Ali has also recorded vocal tracks for the 2004 remake of Dawn of the Dead (scored by Tyler Bates) and appeared on the film adaptation of Frank Miller's "300".

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Top Albums

  • In The Garden Of Souls
    In The Garden Of Souls
  • Feast Of Silence
    Feast Of Silence
  • Sunyata
    Sunyata
  • Offerings
    Offerings
  • Jammin with the Blues
    Jammin with the Blues
  • Down Here in Waupoos
    Down Here in Waupoos

Vas. Artist Bio

Vas (Persian for vessel), based in Los Angeles, USA, is the contemporary ethereal opus of acclaimed vocalist Azam Ali and percussionist Greg Ellis (2001 solo release Kala Rupa). Native to Iran (raised in India), Azam Ali and Ellis met in 1995 and collaborated on four VAS releases. Together, along with Laxmi Shankar and Deepak Ram, can be heard in the end title track by Juno Reactor's Ben Watkins on The Matrix Revolutions score. Ali has also recorded vocal tracks for the 2004 remake of Dawn of the Dead (scored by Tyler Bates) and appeared on the film adaptation of Frank Miller's "300".

Read more about Vas on Last.fm.


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