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Rajasthan Street Music

SUBLIME FREQUENCIES

Folk, devotional, orchestral and freely informal music from western India. 'The most important criteria for recording these musicians in their homes (or on the streets) was the beauty and raw power in their music.'





100 Moons Hindustani Vocal Art, 1930-55
Artists like Faiyaz Khan, Hirabai Barodekar, Dattreya Vishnu Paluskar, and Bade Ghulam Ali Khan, expertly presented by Ian Nagoski.



Cosmic Eye Dream Sequence
Amancio D'Silva's amazing side-long ragas: modal, hypnotic, psychedelic Indo Jazz from 1972. The first legitimate reissue; remastered from the original master tapes; 180g vinyl; rare photos, decent notes.





Psych-Funk Sa-Re-Ga! Psychedelic Funk Music In India: 1970-1983
Amazing soundtrack stuff from the likes of R. D. Burman and the Kalyanji Anandji brothers, inevitably, plus some garage-psych, Atomic Forest's take on Deep Purple, and a couple of European camp-followers.



Charanjit Singh Ten Ragas To A Disco Beat
Astounding 1982 attempt to feed ancient raga forms to the synths (and temperament) which would define Acid, the Roland TB-303 and TR-808. Pulsating, minimal grooves, a living Indian antecedent of House.



Ravi Shankar Improvisations
Eastern jazz from 1962, with Gary Peacock and Bud Shank. Including improvisations on Shankar's theme for Pather Panchali — what a great film — and two traditional Indian works, Carnatic and Hindustani both.



Ravi Shankar Three Ragas
His Western debut, recorded in London in 1956: amongst his very best albums, conceived as a kind of introduction to his music. With Chatur Lal, one of the greatest tabla players of all time.



Ravi Shankar And Ali Akbar-Kahn The Master Musicians Of India
Two ragas recorded for Prestige — with Ali Akbar-Khan, the world’s best sarod player, plus tabla and tamboura. (The first tamboura is Nodu C. Mullick, who made Shankar’s sitar.)



Kesarbia Kerkar
One of the greatest Indian classical vocalists of all time, from the bottom rung of the caste system. Exquisite ragas from 1947-1953.




Bollywood Steel Guitar Bollywood Steel Guitar
The most comprehensive collection of steel guitar pop instrumental music from India: film hits from 1962-1986; and all the masters of the steel guitar sound from the period are represented. Vinyl at last.



Ilaiyaraaja Fire Star
The King of Kollywood's magpie, experimental, stripped-electro soundtracks to all-action, eighties Tamil boilers, with characteristically lavish Bombay Connection styling out. Boss.



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