Top Songs by Raja Ram

Listen to Raja Ram's top Psy-Trance, Chill Out, Downtempo songs like The Beautiful Garden, Why Was Music Created, All In The Mind from releases like Nano Sonic Sound System 2014, 5 Billion Stars (Extended Mixes), Tales Of Heads on EDM Hunters. Like your favourite songs and videos to make your vote count. What's your #1?
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The Beautiful Garden
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Tristan, Raja Ram
Nano Sonic Sound System 2014Psy-Trance
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Why Was Music Created
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Raja Ram, Loud
5 Billion Stars (Extended Mixes)Psy-Trance
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All In The Mind
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Raja Ram, Lucas O'Brien
Tales Of HeadsPsy-Trance
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The Dance Temple
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Raja Ram, Burn In Noise, Avalon
The Dance TemplePsy-Trance
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Secret Of The Magic Garden
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Raja Ram, Outsiders
Our ProphecyPsy-Trance
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Raj Against The Machine
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Talamasca, Raja Ram
The Time MachinePsy-Trance
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Erasmus Dub
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Raja Ram, The Orb, Suns Of Arqa
All Is Not Lost, But Where Is It?Chill Out
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Convergence
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Man With No Name
Imagi:Nations Part 2Psy-Trance
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The Herb Garden
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Hallucinogen, Raja Ram
The Mystery Of The Yeti Part 2Downtempo
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The Fool Ascends
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Raja Ram, Suns Of Arqa, Youth
All Is Not Lost, But Where Is It?Chill Out
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About Raja Ram

Raja Ram (born Ronald Rothfield, 18 December 1941) is an Australian-born musician and the owner of the United Kingdom record label Tip World. Ram left Australia in the 1950s to begin the hippie trail. He returned to Australia later and studied flute at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music. Ram travelled to New York in 1965 to study jazz. He was a founding member of the psychedelic rock band, Quintessence, in the late 1960s and early 1970s, playing at the first two Glastonbury Festivals (then 'fayres') in 1970 and 1971.

Shortly after, Ram retired for personal reasons and became an envelope salesman. In the 1980s, he returned to his music career being interested in the emerging genre of electronic music. He was one of the first people to make what is today considered psychedelic trance.

Raja Ram formed TIP Records in 1994 with Graham Wood and Ian St. Paul. Richard Bloor/Rikki Rokkit then joined them and together they made TIP one of most well-known goa trance labels. After the label folded in 1998 Ram then founded Tip World in 1999 with Richard Bloor/Rikki Rokkit.

He has founded or been involved with a number of bands since The Quintessence. Firstly The Infinity Project (T.I.P.). Some of the first tracks were produced of Martin Freeland of Man With No Name fame. The first track was celebrated by throwing the first of the legendary "Tip parties." TIP parties and TIP Records came from the name The Infinity Project. He then created Shpongle with Simon Posford and collaborated with a group of Goa Trance musicians to make two ambient albums of The Mystery of the Yeti. He is a founder of 1200 Micrograms along with Riktam, Bansi and Chicago. He often plays the flute on ambient tracks or on more full on tracks and has played flute as guest musician with Youth, Boy George and Sly & Robbie. He also has collaborated in 2 other bands called The Zap! and Cyberbabas with Benji Vaughan.

He did not start DJ'ing until he was in his 50s but soon became a headline act in the Psy Trance scene and continues to headline at large events worldwide. Ram is married to Nita Devi, with whom he has a daughter named Sastra. He also has a granddaughter named Bella.

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