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  • Xhi

    the 80 minute raga is an engulfing experience

    Friday afternoon
  • PP667


    January 2014
  • om_hellenkamp

    my first true musical experience was with him 1974 in berlin, he changed everything in that room, inclusive my restless mind,

    July 2010
  • omanipadmehum

    In this Moment, I am listening to Ali Akbar Khan on a Vinyl Record. He is playing in a Duet : Raga: Shree and + Raga: Sindhu Bahairavi - with Ravi Shankar. Very, very good

    December 2009
  • phillip360

    Phillip Henderson's time machine lecture #6

    October 2009
  • anindyasen

    Check out the jugalbandi (duet) with Pandit Nikhil Banerjee (Signature Series Vol. 4). Simply divine!

    August 2009
  • Ragaberto

    RIP, Thank you for your music, vision and heart

    August 2009
  • lue89

    RIP, thanks for all

    July 2009
  • et_cetera

    June 2009
  • polder123

    Of his training on the sarod, he wrote: "If you practice for ten years, you may begin to please yourself, after 20 years you may become a performer and please the audience, after 30 years you may please even your guru, but you must practice for many more years before you finally become a true artist—then you may please even God."[7]

    June 2009
  • polder123

    these are ragas for meditation and making love ... to see him in concert was to enter into a spiritual state. His corporeal body has now left us, his music is eternal.

    June 2009
  • loudyloudy

    wonderful music he gave us!

    June 2009
  • Big_Papa_Elliot

    Requiescat in pace

    June 2009
  • Nannou85

    ein großer musiker, rest in peace!

    June 2009
  • melitai


    June 2009
  • EmptySenti

    RIP, thanks for the music!

    June 2009
  • keegan1234


    June 2009
  • voicelesschorus

    RIP and thanks for the melodies.

    June 2009
  • la_tisha

    Lovin it

    May 2009
  • ajkc

    Many, memories.

    March 2009
  • thegreatsage


    January 2009
  • skatoolaki

    This music is melodious and gives such serenity to my soul. I could listen to this for hours on end. Thank you for helping me to find this master of music, Ali Akbar Khan.

    December 2008
  • mjflute

    Oh I love this...

    July 2008
  • RstJ

    One of the greatest musicians I've ever heard. An incredible sense of line especially on his twisting, ascending runs. I love taking his riffs for lead guitar lines!

    May 2008
  • astro1_rohit

    tag: indian classical

    November 2007