- Performer:Ravi Shankar
- Title:Raga: A Film Journey to the Soul of India [DVD]
- Style:Indian Classical,Raga,Indian Subcontinent Traditions
- Size FLAC version1165 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1383 megabytes
- Size WMA version1670 megabytes
- Formats:ASF AUD TTA DXD RA VQF
Pandit Ravi Shankar/Raga - A Film Journey to the Soul of India - Soundtrack (2010). Raga - A Film Journey to the Soul of India - Soundtrack (2010). Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker.
Ravi Shankar - United Nations 04:41. Ravi Shankar - Medley: Raga Parameshwari & Raga Rangeshwari 02:54. Ravi Shankar - Banaras Ghat 01:49. Ravi Shankar - Bombay Studio 02:48. Ravi Shankar - Kinnara School 01:34. Ravi Shankar - Frenzy & Distortion 01:56. Ravi Shankar - Raga Desh 09:02. Ravi Shankar - The Spirit of the Raga 02:33. Ravi Shankar - What Is A Raga? 01:41. Ravi Shankar - The Seriousness of It 03:15. Jugalbandi - Instrumental: Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, Pt. Ravi Shankar - Ravi Shankar, Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, Pt. Ravi Shankar.
Music By. Rate This Soundtrack. 1. East, West Introductions. Get this album or track at: 3:10. Get this album or track at: 3:43. Get this album or track at: 1:38. The Spirit Of The Raga. Get this album or track at: 2:35.
Album · 2010 · 17 Songs. The Ravi Shankar Collection: Three Ragas. The Essential Ravi Shankar.
Excerpt From "Raga: A Journey Into The Soul Of India" (feat. Ravi Shankar - "Frenzy And Distortion" (alternate Mix From The Film "Raga", 1971). Watch & Download. Ravi Shankar - Topic.
Album was composed by Ravi Shankar and was released on October 1, 2010. Soundtrack consists of 17 tracks tracks with duration over about 50 minutes. Album was released by East Meets West Music, In. .Furthermore, it's inexpensive.
The Spirit of the Raga. 16. What Is A Raga? 1:410:30. 17. The Seriousness of It. 3:150:30. More by Ravi Shankar. The Rough Guide to Ravi Shankar. Ghanashyam: A Broken Branch. Sarkar 3 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack).
However, Ravi Shankar saw himself as a serious classical musician who was very critical about the flower-power philosophy and the drug trips of the hippie generation of that time. The first half of the film is all about Ravi Shankar's deep roots in Indian culture - here the subtitle "Film Journey into the Soul of India" fits perfectly.
CreditsRavi Shankar - Primary Artist
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