Sunday, February 3, 2008

9 comments:

Heavypsychman said...

Henry Dude have you got Ustad Mohammad Omar - Virtuoso from Afghanistan album? Post it if you do or give a link to a blog that has it

Keep Up ya good work

Heavypsych dude

PS/ Afghan ragas are great too, hear Essa Kassimi. Thats just as good as Indian stuff.

Anonymous said...

Henry, Do you have any of Amjad Ali Khan's recordings? Thx, Sanjeev

Henry's Archive said...
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Henry's Archive said...

I found one video of Amjad Ali Khan, see post

Heavypsychman said...

I have a album called "Atma" by Amjad Ali Khan, might post it soon.

Quality Sarod stuff

tracks:

1.Intro
2. Rag Bihag
3. Rag Jhinjhoti

Info:There is a 30 album torrent that has bucket loads of different Classical albums by several known masters.

Happy hunting.

Henry's Archive said...

note:

http://thepiratebay.org/tor/3686220/Maestro_s_Choice_HiQ_MP3__30_CDs_Indian_Classical.__

Music Today Presents
Maestro's Choice HiQ MP3, 30 CDs Indian Classical.

Maestro's Choice, Series 1.
This was released in 1991. It consisted of 20 albums each of one hour
duration by a Maestro. 4 of these albums were Carnatic. 16 Hindustani
albums were:

1. Maestro's choice - Bismillah Khan
2. Maestro's choice - Ravi Shankar
3. Maestro's choice - Bhimsen Joshi
4. Maestro's choice - Gangubai Hangal
5. Maestro's choice - Kishori Amonkar
6. Maestro's choice - Jasraj
7. Maestro's choice - Shivkumar Sharma
8. Maestro's choice - Alla Rakha, Zakir Hussain
9. Maestro's choice - Imrat Khan
10. Maestro's choice - Amjad Ali Khan
11. Maestro's choice - Mallikarjun Mansur
12. Maestro's choice - Hariprasad Chaurasia
13. Maestro's choice - Ram Narayan
14. Maestro's choice - Zahiruddin & Wasifuddin Dagar
15. Maestro's choice - Asad Ali Khan
16. Maestro's choice - N.Rajam

Contains from this series, 10 albums (1-10).

Maestro's Choice, Series 2.
This was released in 1995. It consisted of 6 albums each of one hour duration
by a Maestro. The albums were:

17. Maestro's choice - Vilayat Khan
18. Maestro's choice - Shivkumar Sharma
19. Maestro's choice - Zakir Hussain
20. Maestro's choice - Bhimsen Joshi
21. Maestro's choice - Jasraj
22. Maestro's choice - Hariprasad Chaurasia

Contains from this series, 3 albums (17-19).

Maestro's Choice, Series 3.
This was released from 2001 onwards. Every year a few albums under the banner
Maestro's Choice were released. Though I do not know what all albums were
released, I did a google and found the following 16 albums were released.

23. Maestro's choice - Amir Khan
24. Maestro's choice - Ghulam Mustafa Khan
25. Maestro's choice - Kumar Gandharva
26. Maestro's choice - Parween Sultana
27. Maestro's choice - Rajan/Sajan
28. Maestro's choice - Satish Vyas
29. Maestro's choice - Ajoy Chakrabarty
30. Maestro's choice - Biswajit Roy Chowdhury
31. Maestro's choice - Rashid Khan
32. Maestro's choice - Shubha Mudgal
33. Maestro's choice - Ulhas Kashalkar
34. Maestro's choice - Veena Saharabuddhe
35. Maestro's choice - Shahid Parvez
36. Maestro's choice - Sultan Khan
37. Maestro's choice - Vishwa Mohan Bhat
38. Maestro's choice - Shujaat Hussain Khan

Contains from this series, 15 albums (23-37).

Repeats: One track in Rajan & Sajan Mishra CD (Pooriya) is the same track that was there in the previous release, however I have included it here again. The entire CD of ?Maestro's choice - Shahid Parvez? is lifted from the previous release (Morning/Afternoon/Evening/Night Ragas). Hence I am NOT uploading it here and have put up just a playlist.
Ensure you download this in the same folder as the previous release for the playlist to work.

Many thanks to the original Uploader for this release....

Please seed after downloading......

http://thepiratebay.org/user/alientechy


http://thepiratebay.org/tor/3570364/Indian_Classical__Folk__and_Fusion_(Raga__etc.)_Sitar__Bansuri_

Mp3 quality ranges from 128bps to 224bps. Sorry, no album covers or information, just the music.

Here is a list of artists and albums:

Ali Akbar Khan - Then & Now 19551994
Ali Akbar Khan - Passing On The Tradition [Live]
Amjad Ali Khan ? Atma
Anoushka Shankar ? Anoushka
Anoushka Shankar - Anoushka Shankar Live at Carnegie Hall
Barun Kumar Pal - Ragas On Hansa Veena
Bhimsen Joshi - Evening Ragas
DJ Cheb I Sabbah - Shri Durga
Fusion India
G.S. Sachdev - Greeting Of The Dawn
Hariprasad Chaurasia ? Flute
Hariprasad Chaurasia - The Greastest Hits Of Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia
Hariprasad Chaurasia ? Caravan
Hariprasad Chaurasia - The Living Legend of Bansuri Vol. 1 Live
K Sridhar & K Shivakumar ? Shringar
Live at the India Gate
Pandit Jasraj, Hariprasad Chaurasia, Zakir Hussain, Kala Ramnath - In Concert, Vancouver B.C. - Vol 1
Pandit Raghunath Seth - Classical Flute Music of India
Paul Alexandre John, Ray Spiegel, & Ira Landgarten - Dusk Monsoon
Rakesh Chaurasia and Talvin Singh ? Vira
Ravi Shankar - Live Ravi Shankar at the Monterey International Pop Festival
Ray Spiegel - Sum And Kali
Senior Dagar Brothers - Royal Collection Of Mewar
Shaadi Ki Shehnaiyan - Ustad Bismillah Khan Vol. 3
Shakti (Remember Shakti) - The Believer
Shakti (Remember Shakti) - Saturday Night In Bombay
Sharma & Chaurasia - The Valley Recalls
Shivkumar Sharma And Hariprasad Chaurasia - Rasdhara 12 Raga Jhinjhoti
Tabla Beat Science - Live at Stern Grove
Tabla Beat Science - Live in San Francisco
Tabla Beat Science ? Tala Matrix
The Magic Of Indian Classical Music ? Tabala
The Trilok Gurtu Collection
Trilok Gurtu - The Glimpse
Ustad Alla Rakha & Ustad Zakir Hussain ? Together
Ustad Bismillah Khan - Shaadi Ki Shehnaiyan
Ustad Vilayat Khan - Raga Hameer, Ustad Vilayat Khan, Live at Royal Festival Hall - London. Nov 25, 1993
Vijay Raghav Rao - Flute & Sitar Music Of India
World Library Of Folk and Primitive Music India
Zakir Hussain ? Vanaprastham

There are also some other single tracks by various artists.

Henry's Archive said...

Amjad Ali Khan's @(copy & paste):
http://heavypsychman.blogspot.com/2008/03/amjad-ali-khan-atma.html

marz said...

I would like to find the artist name for "Live at the India Gate." Help!

Anonymous said...

I really don't have a clue,
sorry
Henry