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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 North India
The sitar maestro recorded in 1986, performing two raga and a dhun in the classical style of the Senia Beenkar Gharana, with its focus on melodic and rhythmic elaboration.



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.



Ananda Shankar Ananda Shankar
Kicks off with a moog Jumpin' Jack Flash and doesn't look back. Fine, rooted East-West fusion... plenty of breaks, too. 180g.



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.



Simla Beat 70
Legendary compilation marking the All-India Beat Contest run by Simla cigarettes. Garage, beat and psych acridity... with pungent Eastern aromas. Great stuff.



Simla Beat 71
Indian beat, garage and psych from the 1971 competition... bands from Shilong, Poona, Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Cuttack and Panjim.



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.




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.



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.





The Sound Of Wonder The First Wave Of Plugged-in Pop At The Pakistani Picture House
'Fuzzy, scuzzy, twang-happy, spaced-out, funked up urdu-grooves complete with harmonium melodies driven by some of the most random-factor, freakish, finger-numbing percussion...'



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