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Ravi Shankar - The Man And His Music MP3

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Performer: Ravi Shankar
Title: The Man And His Music
Country: US
Released: 2005
Style: Indian Classical
Category: World, Folk & Country
Rating: 4.6
Catalog #: TSQ-CD-9051
Label: Times Square Records


1Raga Rajya-Kalyan
Tabla – Abhiman Kaushal
2Ghanashyam - Dance Drama (Excerpt)
Conductor – Ashit Desai
3 The Classicist / Le Classicisme
4 The Radical / Le Radical
5Raga Mishra Bhairavi
Tabla – Ustad Zakir Hussain
6Raga Tilak Shyam
Ensemble – Ravi Shankar & Sitar Ensemble
7Farewell My Friend12:31
8Kaisey Din Beetey (from: Anuradha)
Vocals – Lata Mangeshkar
9Raga Behag
Tabla – Ustad Alla Rakha, Ustad Ahmadjan Thirakwa
10Raga Khamaj
Sarod – Ali Akbar Khan


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CDNFC 150623-4Ravi Shankar The Man And His Music ‎(2xCD, Comp)SaregamaCDNFC 150623-4Europe2006


  • Compiled ByJameela Siddiqi
  • Liner NotesJameela Siddiqi
  • SitarRavi Shankar


  • Barcode: 738572905125


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