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T. K. Ramamoorthy Fabulous Notes And Beats Of The Indian Carnatic-Jazz
The real thing, not yer curried bollocks: a deep fusion of the modes of traditional ragas with jazz rhythms and ideas, using a wide range of Indian and jazz instruments. Middle Eastern elements creep in, even Ethio...



Pakistan Folk And Pop Instrumentals 1966-76
'Rock and roll beat, surf, traditional folk mixed with pop, film tunes, electric guitars, sitar and organ solos, brilliant percussion and arrangements crafted by the grooviest bands of the period.'



South India Flowers And Ashes, Hymns To Shiva
Based on the raga and pan, these short hymns to Shiva, performed by the oduvar cantors, are sung at daily rituals and for calendar feasts in temples of Tamil Nadu.



T. R. Mahalingam Essential Recordings Of Carnatic Bamboo Flute
Re-presenting two albums, from 1969 and 1970: with drone and percussion, ravishing, masterful, existentially searching flute improvisations, lit up at intervals with trails of melodic, knees-up folk.



Bharat Karki And Party International Music
A 1978, private-press outpouring of nuts Indian psych funk. Rock, Latin and Arabic styles take turns with the drugs amidst Hindu chanting, Moog, screaming, Indian percussion, flutes, and electric guitars.



Kushal Das Raga Marwa
On surbahar, a rare kind of bass sitar, playing the serene and sombre Marwa, raga of dusk.



Bollywood Funk Experience
Compiled by Jonny Trunk and Joel Martin from Quiet Village. From some fine jazz and dug-out Burman, to bananas versions of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and These Boots Are Made For Walking.



Shir Hodu Jewish Song From Bombay Of The '30s
Wonderfully poignant, evocative, precious recordings lovingly presented, with scholarly notes, translations and photographs. Second in a series featuring Jewish singers from the Middle and Far East.



Psychedelic Music Of India
Featuring Ustad Ali Akbar Khan.



Aruna Sairam Padam, Singing Tanjore-Style
Ragas with intensely controlled and expressive singing from South India, in the uncommon, neglected Carnatic tradition.



Lalith Rao Raga Darbari Kanhada, Raga Desh
'One of the most prominent representatives of Agra-Atrauli gharana. She masters all of its specificities perfectly... touching fragility and deep emotion.' Long, fluid, scrupulously modulated, droning, ecstatic.



Pakistan Faqirs Of Sindh
The eighteenth-century poetry of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai as celebrated nightly by waee faqirs, whose penetrating lutes and high whirling voices bridge musical and mystical experience.



North India Amjad Ali Khan, Sarod
Masterful performances liquid, luminous and swinging of two ragas.



South India Periya Melam, Chidambaram Temple
Ritual music from Tamil country performed by nagasvaram oboes, tavil drums, talam castanets, and droning harmonium, or sruti petti, without a keyboard, powered by bellows.



South India L. Subramaniam, Karnatic Violin
Deeply moving violin-playing, unfolding and illuminating the emotional twists and turns of a single, hour-long raga.



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