Sunday, 12 June 2011

Nikhil Banerjee - Raga-Musik aus Nordindien - Harmonia Mundi 20-29101-4


Tabla: Ustad Feijaz (Faiyaz) Khan

Side 1:
Charukesi (23:05)


Side 2:
Bhairavi (23:49)



12 comments:

bolingo69 said...

Wonderful Tawfiq!

I had this one but it went astray long long ago! Very nice to have it back! Your blog is fantastic already! What fertilizer do you use to make it grow at such a tremendous speed! Anyhow wonderful gardening! You have very green fingers ;-)

Alan Tootill said...

first time I've seen the LP covers, many thanks

Alexis said...

This is the best Bhairavi I've ever heard!

GD said...

Thanks for this, and good luck with the new blog.

gdgm+

Steffen said...

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Gran grabación. Muchas gracias. Salud.

anshuman said...

please reupload on adrive
thanks in advance

Tawfiq said...

The download link still functions. My ADrive is full. I don't understand the sense of your request.

Guillermo said...

Mr. Tawfiq

I adore these sweetness and lightness of mind Banerjee inspires... He is my favourite sitarist -need not to mention I am not truly deep in indian music, but I do my best.

Nevertheless... date of releasing?

Thank you "Monsieur Notre bienfaiteur"

Tawfiq said...

I posted everything: front, back, labels and as you can see, nowhere a date is given.

Guillermo said...

So gentle, sir!

So... I suppose your time is not infinite. Thus, in order to avoid stupid questions: if you do not give the date, this means there is no date nowhere.

And if you just post my comment but you don't answer it, this means the previous paragraph is right.

I thank you so much! : )

Tawfiq said...

Yes, my time is unfortunately not unlimited, in effect I don't find the time to do all the things I want and have to do.
For example I have around 50 or 60 LPs waiting to be posted on this blog, but don't have the time for it.
If I know a date I always give it. Normally I don't know more than is written on the covers and labels. And here unfortunately no dates are given. I only can guess: probably between 1970 and 1972.