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Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan In Concert In Paris Vol. 1
Magnificent, utterly intense Qawwali singing by the master.



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.



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.'



Pandit Pran Nath Midnight
With Terry Riley on the first disc, La Monte Young on the second. Seventies recordings issued in 2002.



Play That Beat Mr Raja Selected Oddities From The Tamil Film Industry, 1984-1991
The hyper, uproarious Kollywood music of Ilayaraja, Shankar Ganesh, Hamsalekha and co. Widescreen strings, analogue synths, roots percussion, disco stompers, candlelit bontempi, unhinged vocals... Recommended!



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.



Psychedelic Music Of India
Featuring Ustad Ali Akbar Khan.




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...



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.



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.)



Dilip Roy Namaskaar
From 1983 — available only on Air India flights as a souvenir — with the beats and grooves, traditional instruments and sophistication, sitars and percussion you might expect of Ananda Shankar's Musical Director.



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





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