Saturday, 11 June 2011

Mallikarjun Mansur - Bahaduri Todi & Gaud Malhar - ECLP 2384 (1968)


Side 1: 
Raga Bahaduri Todi (19:09)


Side 2: 
Raga Gaud Malhar (18:05)




10 comments:

bolingo69 said...

The best news I have had for a long time Tawfiq! I am really very happy to see your presence here! Good tidings! I wish you all success with the blog and I am sure you will get many many followers. We are all thirsting to hear so many precious recordings that we never could lend our ears to before. This Mallikarjun was on my list to post later and I still may do so but now there is no immedate urge.
I have one little request (very big to me, most likely not to many of the rest) can you please find time later to add the record labels to your posts?! It would make me absolutely overjoyed!
I salute your wonderful start here and look forward to many many splendid posts!
I am sure that it is a good thing to share music here!
Most records like these are very very hard to find and we have some obligation to save them from obscurity and oblivion!

Again great to see your first post and may many others follow!

Greetings from bolingo your friend in music!

icastico said...

welcome and thanks

יצחק said...

truly bleak and beautiful morning music! the puget sound where i live has never felt grayer or more green. thank you tawfiq! may your blog grow ever longer...

Giri Mandi said...

Best wishes, and Jazak Allahu Khairan!

arvind said...

A most wonderful start, Tawfiq! What an indescribably beautiful set of recordings these are, one of my all-time favourite records.

Wish you have a long and happy stint here!

Tawfiq said...

A big thank you to all of you.

Omar said...

Thank you much for this gem! It's a priceless piece you share with us! I am not able to express the joy and gratitude!
Great work, keep it up!

Hubert said...

Just found your blog. Wonderful stuff!! I love the older musicians. Many thanks for for all your efforts!!

Gourish Yaji said...

He could cast a hypnotic spell on his audience with his astounding breath control and the absolute purity of his swaras. There was always a special intensity to his singing. Thank you for his ragas

Anonymous said...

I'd really appreciate it if you could reupload this!