- new album "Mobile" -
- on 12 January 2008 at Pishum Ground -
Besides seven young male vocals trained and guided by Tapta, other artistes at the concert included Sanaton Sharma, Sangita of Yamaha and Ghayal fame with other new comers Baby Rani and Suchitra.
One memorable incident during the concert was singing Bande Mataram from the Wanted album. The music video of the same song was screened at the Southasian Music Videos (FSA-MV), held in Kathmandu from 11-15 October 2007 in the category Patriotism and its discontent.
The bonus track Greater Nagaland in Mobile was the most demanded number at the concert. As the crowd grew wild, which has become a norm rather than exception at every Tapta live concerts, Pishum Ground witnessed an uncontrollable situation.
The frenzied crowd settled calm after Tapta mesmerised his fans with the ever popular love song Nungshiba from Vol 6 and Bandh Bandh from Vol 3.
“I never knew that Tapta had vocal chord problem before. His long silence and disappearance was indeed baffling to me. Now that I know and I like Miss Call in his new album Mobile.
Today, I can sense the same feeling I had the first time I saw at a live concert following the release of his first album The Power of Attraction”, said Sandam Sanjiv, a Tapta fan from Sairem Khun.
This news report is supplied by taptamusic.com . They can be reached at jayanta(at)taptamusic(dot)com . This announcement was webcasted on January 15th , 2008
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