Rahu Ketu influenced music is characterized by being distinctly separate from the comforts of mainstream, run of the mill fare. Some qualities of Rahu Ketu music: experimental, psychedelic, oddball, cutting edge or extremely ancient, obscure, vague, abstract, songs illustrating Transformation/ Deconstruction as techniques, quirkiness, weirdness, bizzarre, etc, etc.
The album, 'A kind of Blue'- Miles Davis, is a perfect example of Ketu music. Most songs were hardly rehearsed, and very spontaneously performed. All the musicians were technically brilliant, but they used pured form in a pathbreaking way that redefined musical style as we know it. A rupturous, singular, revolution.
For me the following Steve Vai songs are best descriptive of Rahu's serpentine construction, as they define a familiar/ fixed/ predictable form at the beginning but gradually their tail changes, into a completely different path, bylane.
1. Tender Surrender 2. Call it Sleep 3. Christmas time is hereRahu Ketu music is always characterised by a process of form, breakdown, shifting, of contexts is illustrated in many forms of progressive jazz and experimental songs.