The Man Cold

I've finally finished the new album, my third, and it's done and in my hands and ready for sales. For the first time I have recorded 5 cover songs — Hallelujah, Purple Rain, Chasing Cars, Fix You, and Amazing Grace — along with 7 originals. It's all performed on my 12 string with subtle piano on some tunes, and recorded by my friend Brandon Cherrington. I'm so proud of this album.

Enjoy these preview clips from The Man Cold:

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So, in my rush to get album artwork ready for print, I forgot a couple of key shout-outs, and I feel terrible about it: my sincere thanks to Peggy Berndt who gave me so much insight, and to Manny Parmar and Gurpreet Sohi who featured my song Pechaan in their movie.

Found a Way Home

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Purchase Ranj's second album via CDBaby or iTunes.

Enjoy these preview clips from 2011's Found a Way Home:

Simple Man

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Ranj's debut solo album caused quite a stir, having been recorded over just 7 days with a variety of award winning artists (including John Macarthur Ellis, John Bottomley, and Allen Rodger) and core members Chris Dufault and Craig “Burdman” Burdes, and produced by well known west coast artist Wyckham Porteous. Purchase it via CDBaby or iTunes.

Enjoy a preview clip of each track from 2008's Simple Man:

“ A-ha, here is a songwriter and a singer who understands
who he is and where he sits in the world. ”

Wyckham Porteous,                                  

“ The album shows that it was time to...
show himself as the musician and singer he has become. ”

— Tom Harrison

“ He takes chances though. He does this with an appreciable honesty and evident sincerity. Straight goods, likeable. ”

— Tom Harrison

If world-famous ghazal singer Jagjit Singh were to share a hookah
with Neil Young, the result would be Indo-Canadian Folk.

“ For the first time in a long while, I realized that I was literally listening to — and almost touching — the ‘soul’ of an artist. ”

— Cendrine Marrouat

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