Thanks for the understanding most of you have had for the loss of my partner. The situation was unexpected and has not been easy, but I am better. I have been very busy since, with the aftermath and work, so I really haven't had the time or desire to post here. But I do check occasionally and will try to update requested links when I get a chance. No idea when or if I'll get to new posts, but you never know. He did support this blog, so maybe I'll get back to it. Thanks for your patience.

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Sunday, September 9, 2007

Aashna - Aashna (1995)

Aashna Patel was a reporter and host on Canada's kiddie channel YTV. Coasting on this bit of fame and a ready-made large young audience, she stepped into the pop music fray with this, her one and only self-titled pop album. It was produced by Canadian pop producer Rich Dodson, and follows closely to the style 'created' by Paula Abdul on her second and third albums: Pure pop, with funky, hip-hoppy and housey elements, and a touch of Indian music thrown in as a nod to her heritage. The lady was undeniably attractive, and her voice, while not super strong a la Abdul, was perfect for pop. Unfortunately her singing career was not hugely embraced by her hoped-for audience, with only minor radio hits in Canada with the singles "A-Ya" and "Not Asking For The World".  As a result, Aashna went back to hosting and reporting for entertainment shows in Canada and the US, and created her own multimedia company, Aazin LLC, with her friend Chirag Amin.

Video for A-Ya

Video for Not Asking For The World

Download Aashna

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Not Asking For The World
2
Family
3
A-Ya
4
U Belong To Me
5
Push
6
Jaani
7
Endlessly
8
Gimme Gimme
9
People Like To Rock
10
Kamasutra

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  2. I remember being in the studio once with Rich and Mom when Aashna was recording - I was a slightly star-struck 10 year old as she was my fave VJ on YTV lol

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  3. heyy i had that cd but lost it, it would be cool to hear it again...can u re-upload please thanks!

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