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Shankar-Jaikishan / Rais Khan - Raga-Jazz Style

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Format: LP, Album, RE

Media Condition:  Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)
Country:    UK  
Genre:       Jazz, Folk World & Country
Style:         Indian Classical, Swing

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First cat# on spine, 2nd on sleeve rear & 3rd on B-side label. Issued in a heavy weight matt card sleeve (replica) & 180gm vinyl (replica labels). On labels: Recording first published 1968 On sleeve rear: Manufactured & Distributed by The Gramophone Company Of India Limited A member of the EMI Group of Companies International leaders in music, electronics and leisure DUM DUM • India Contains "Outernational Sounds", "His Master's Voice" and classical "EMI" logos. Back cover contains the description of the album, photo of Shankar Raghuvanshi & Jaikishan Panchal and a short description of each composition. Side one: Raga Todi: This morning melody depicts a serene emotion with a tinge of pathos in it. Raga Bhairav: This early-morning raga conveys a mood of quiet dignity. Raga Malkauns: This midnight melody, lively and vivacious in character, is immensely popular in India. Raga Kalavati: This raga, usually expounded towards midnight, conveys a mood of extreme urge. Raga Tilak Kamod: This early-night raga is known for its bright, colourful appeal. Raga Miyan Malhar: This night melody, conventionally associated with the rainy season, unfolds a serious, profound mood. Side two: Raga Bairagi: This raga is expounded in the early hours of morning. The mood is one of quiet introspection. Raga Jaijaiwanti: This night melody conveys a romantic mood. Raga Mishra Pilu: Essentially romantic in appeal, this raga can also lend itself to a variety of moods. It is usually associated with the third quarter of day. Raga Shivanjani: This early-night raga evokes an atmosphere of separation and sorrow. Raga Bhairavi: This is a morning melody. But convention has it that it can be rendered as a concluding piece in a classical recital at any hour of day and night. Track titles appears slightly different on labels and on a back cover. They are printed as Raga: ... on labels, Raga ... on the back cover and without word "Raga" at all. Also tracks A6 and B4 are titled as "Raga: Mianki-Malhar" and "Raga: Shiv-Ranjani" on LP-labels.


A1. Raga: Todi
A2. Raga: Bhairav
A3. Raga: Malkauns
A4. Raga: Kalavati
A5. Raga: Tilak Kamod
A6. Raga: Miyan Malhar
B1. Raga: Bairagi
B2. Raga: Jaijaiwanti
B3. Raga: Mishra Pilu
B4. Raga: Shivranjani
B5. Raga: Bhairavi


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