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Tri Atma

Also known as J. Fischer, G. Nishabda, A. Saha/Tri Atma
Members of Tri Atma: Achim Gieseler, Asim Saha, Gert Lueken, Herbert Koschmieder, Jens Fischer, Kamalesh Maitra, Klaus Netzle, Manfred Flathe, Maria Luise Pape

Discography of Tri Atma, all releases:

# Cover Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Tri Atma - Yearning And Harmony Yearning And Harmony 8 Audio 1983 Fortuna Records
2 Tri Atma - Sehnsucht Und Einklang Sehnsucht Und Einklang 8 Audio 1982 Erdenklang
3 Tri Atma - Ka Jakee Music Ka Jakee Music 10 Audio 1990 Erdenklang
4 Belong To The Sun! 11 Audio 1989 Erdenklang
5 Yummy Moon / Aerolite 2 Audio 1986 Teldec
6 Ka Jakee Music 8 Audio 1986 Teldec
7 Tri Atma - Tri Atma Tri Atma 11 Audio 1979 RCA
8 Tri Atma - Belong To The Sun Belong To The Sun 9 Audio 1989 Erdenklang
9 Tri Atma - Sehnsucht & Einklang Sehnsucht & Einklang 8 Audio 1991-12-00 Erdenklang
10 Tri Atma - Ka Jakee Music Ka Jakee Music 8 Audio 1986 Lifestyle
11 Tri Atma - Instead Of Drugs Instead Of Drugs 9 Audio 1993-04-00 RCA
12 Tri Atma - Sehnsucht Und Einklang Sehnsucht Und Einklang 8 Audio 1988-08-21
13 Tri Atma - Sehnsucht Und Einklang Sehnsucht Und Einklang 8 Audio 1987 Erdenklang
14 Tri Atma - Sehnsucht Und Einklang Sehnsucht Und Einklang 8 Audio 1990 Erdenklang
15 Tri Atma - Essential Tri Atma Essential Tri Atma 10 Audio 1990 Higher Octave Music
16 Yearning & Harmony 8 Audio 1983 Fortuna Records
17 Tri Atma - Yearning & Harmony Yearning & Harmony 8 Audio Fortuna Records
18 Tri Atma - Instead Of Drugs Instead Of Drugs 9 Audio RCA
19 Sehnsucht Und Einklang 8 Audio 1986 Erdenklang
20 Ka Jakee Music 10 Audio 1995 Erdenklang
21 Sehnsucht Und Einklang 8 Audio 1982 Erdenklang

A German-Indian formation founded in 1977 by guitar player [a=Jens Fischer] and drum specialist [a=Asim Saha]. Tri Atma goal was to combine Eastern musical elements with Western electronic pop. In 1982, the duo met [a=Klaus Netzle], an experienced German record and television producer who added the sounds of the Fairlight and Synclavier computer-synthesizers to their music, sometimes he was refered to as Gyan Nishabda.