Bebo Valdes & Dieguito el Cigala : Lagrimas Negras (2002)

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Bebo Valdes & Dieguito el Cigala : Lagrimas Negras (2002)

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Fusion (Flamenco & Cuban Jazz Piano)
MP3 Lame Insane 320 kbs + French and English Information files (RS.de 95 MB)

It was film director Fernando Trueba who had the idea of putting famous Cuban pianist Bebo Valdés, 85, and Spanish flamenco singer "El Cigala", 35, together to record an all-time classic album …

Almost two years after its release, Lagrimas Negras continues topping lists, with almost 700.000 copies sold all over the world, 300.000 in Spain.

Rajeev Taranath and Houman Pourmehdi - The Call of Love (2001)

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Rajeev Taranath and Houman Pourmehdi - The Call of Love (2001)

Rajeev Taranath and Houman Pourmehdi
The Call of Love - The art of Persian and Indian Improvisations (2001)
World Fusion (India and Iran)
MP3 Lame Insane 320 kbs (RS.de 116 MB)

This CD by Rajeev and Houman is very special as it bridges a gap in the history of Persian/Indian music. These incredible artists, although being of two different traditions, clearly show the influence of Persian music on the music of north India.

Graeme Revell & Roger Mason - Vision II - Spirit of Rumi (1997)

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Graeme Revell & Roger Mason - Vision II - Spirit of Rumi (1997)

Graeme Revell & Roger Mason - Vision II - Spirit of Rumi (1997)
New Age Fusion

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Australian composer and keyboard artist Graeme Revell brings the words of the mystical Sufi Rumi to the groove, assisted by vocal artists from all over the world. As Enigma mixed Gregorian chants and sexuality in their ambient dance MCMXC A.D., so does Revell with Rumi's esctatic poetry.

L. Subramaniam - Free Your Mind (2002)

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L. Subramaniam - Free Your Mind (2002)

L. Subramaniam - Free Your Mind (2002)
Indian Classical Music | MP3 Lame Insane 320 kbs (RS.de 155 MB)

If your looking for very relaxing, yet exciting classical indian music then this CD is for you.

L. Subramaniam - Global Fusion (1999)

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L. Subramaniam - Global Fusion (1999)

L. Subramaniam - Global Fusion (1999)
Indian World Fusion Music

MP3 Lame Insane 320 kbs (RS.de 120 MB)

Global Fusion is truly that - not just East meets West but also East (India) meets Far East (Japan and China). L. Subramaniam and his collaborators prove themselves adept at mastering a diverse range of styles and blending them skillfully…

L.Subramaniam - Three Ragas for Solo Violin (1992)

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L.Subramaniam - Three Ragas for Solo Violin (1992)

L.Subramaniam - Three Ragas for Solo Violin (1992)
Indian Carnatic Music | MP3 Lame Insane 320 kbs (RS.de 160 MB)

This is one of the best CDs you can get on the Carnatic violin genere. The ragas are exquisite and Subramaniam's playing is sensitive and robust. I found the Ragam rendered beautifully.

John McLaughlin - My Goals Beyond (1970)

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John McLaughlin - My Goals Beyond (1970)

John McLaughlin - My Goals Beyond (1970)
Fusion Jazz | MP3 Lame Insane 320 Kbps | RS 102 MB

Could this be the granddaddy of both new age and the world music movement? Fresh from his sojourn with Miles Davis's groundbreaking electric fusion band, guitarist John McLaughlin continued to explore that style with his own explosive electric group, the Mahavishnu Orchestra. However, he also recognized an affinity between jazz and Indian music, and began that investigation…

Ustad Sultan Khan - Sarangi - The Music Of India (1974)

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Ustad Sultan Khan - Sarangi - The Music Of India (1974)

Ustad Sultan Khan - Sarangi - The Music Of India (1974 -Remastered in 1990)
MP Lame Insane 320 kbs (RS 110 MB)

"…in November 1974, George Harrison and Ravi Shankar collaborated with some of the greatest Indian musicians of this century on an American concert tour. During their stay in San Francisco, the Indian performers were invited to do an informal concert at The Stone House… Lovely stuff… definitely worth checking out…"

Ustad Habib Khan - Jewel Of Heart (2001)

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Ustad Habib Khan - Jewel Of Heart (2001)

Ustad Habib Khan - Jewel Of Heart (2001)
Indian Fusion World Music
MP3 Lame Insane 320 kbs (RS 110 MB)


A follow up to "longing", this CD project was created by Ustad Habib Khan bringing tabla master Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri, Gatham mater Pandit Vikku Vinayakram, together with the western master musicians, George Brooks - Sax, Mathew Montfort - Guitar, Ira Stein - Piano, Ustad Necati Celik - Oud, Halil Karaduman - Kanun, Ben Mawhorter - Percussion. "Jewel of Heart" shows its roots in the music of India with strong compositions by Ustad Habib Khan and contributions from these fine musicians.

Lakshminarayana Shankar - Eternal Light (2000)

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Lakshminarayana Shankar - Eternal Light (2000)

Lakshminarayana Shankar - Eternal Light (2000)
Erudite Indian Music (Shankar Double Violin, Vocal, Tabla and Ghatam)
MP3 Lame Insane 320 kbs (140 MB)

When John Mclaughlin reformed the legendary band Shakti as "Remember Shakti", violinist L. Shankar was not able to participate. So here, at the turn of the millennium, he gathers Shakti members Zakir & Vikku together as a Classical Indian version of Remember Shakti. The album is quite fine and is dedicated to Zakir's father, Ustad Allarakha, an incredible tabla master and Ravi Shankar's frequent collaborator.

Re-Orient - Baluji Shrivastav & Re-Orient (2006)

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Re-Orient - Baluji Shrivastav & Re-Orient (2006)

Re-Orient - Baluji Shrivastav & Re-Orient (2006)
Fusion World Music
(Indian, Arabian, Jazz)
MP3 Lame Insane 320 kbs (RS 145 MB)

… from Re-Orient with Baluji Shrivastav, this time featuring as very special guests the legendary musicians Andy Sheppard, Guy Barker and Hossam Ramzy

Hariprasad Chaurasia & Zakir Hussain: Venu (1974)

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Hariprasad Chaurasia & Zakir Hussain: Venu (1974)

Hariprasad Chaurasia & Zakir Hussain: Venu (1974)
Classical Music Of North India (Flute)
MP3 Lame Insane 320 kbs (RS 160 MB)
This historic concert took place in 1974 at the Stone House (literally a large granite room) in Fairfax, California, and was a youthful collaboration between two true geniuses of Indian classical music.

Camarón de la Isla - Grands Cantaores du Flamenco (1991)

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Camarón de la Isla - Grands Cantaores du Flamenco (1991)

Camarón de la Isla - Grands Cantaores du Flamenco (1991)
Vocal: Camarón de la Isla
Guitar: Tomatito, Paco de Lucía, Ramón de Algeciras
Flamenco MP3 Lame Insane 320 kbs (RS 170 MB)
A must have for every Flamenco Fan


Camarón de la Isla - Grands Cantaores du Flamenco (1991)

El Camaron De La Isla (Born Jose Monge Cruz) Was The Acknowledged King Of Flamenco For Almost 30 Years. Turning Increasingly To Drugs To Cope With Inner Demons, He Died A Tragically Early And Meaningless Death On July 2, 1992, At The Age Of Only 41.

Zohreh Jooya - Music of the Persian Mystics (2003)

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Zohreh Jooya - Djowhar e Eshqh (The Essence of Love)
Music of the Persian Mystics (2003, London)

Erudite Spiritual Persian Songs (with Rumi, Hafez and Saadi Poetry)
MP3 Lame Insane 320 kbs (RS 135 MB)

An Extraordinary Musical Experience
I attended a concert of this group in Bonn/Germany last year. I got caught by Mrs Jooya's voice. Mr. Derakhshani composed a wonderful piece of art. Even hours after the concert the melodies did not leave my head. It was the most exiting concert of Persian music I have ever attended.

Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, Sergio & Odair Assad (2000)

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Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, Sergio & Odair Assad (2000)

Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, Sergio & Odair Assad (2000)
Instrumental (Classical, a Violin and two Guitars)
MP3 Lame Insane 320 kbs (RS 125 MB)


Aside from the odd Ravi Shankar project, classical and world music fusions seldom seem to work. Here's one that does…