Ravi Shankar, Alla Rakha, Yahudi Menuhin & .
Ravi Shankar's appearance at the Monterey International Pop Festival marked a highpoint in the popularity of Indian classical music in the West, during a period when rock groups such as the Beatles, the Byrds and the Rolling Stones had increasingly adopted aspects of the genre in their work. Adding to Shankar's own standing among Western youth, he had achieved. One of the most explosive moments in . Pennenbaker's film, Monterey Pop, comes after the Who and Jimi Hendrix: the excerpt from Shankar's elegant and blazing Sunday-afternoon set and the sudden, volcanic applause at the end, by a truly stunned audience
Sitar – Ravi Shankar. Live At The Monterey International Pop Festival (LP, Album). LBS 83 091 I. Ravi Shankar. Ravi Shankar At The Monterey International Pop Festival (LP).
Ravi Shankar's Music Festival from India was an Indian classical music revue led by sitarist and composer Ravi Shankar intended for Western concert audiences and performed in 1974. Its presentation was the first project undertaken by the Material World Charitable Foundation, set up the previous year by ex-Beatle George Harrison.
Album · 1966 · 3 Songs. The Very Best of Ravi Shankar (Remastered). Shankar: Sitar Concertos and Other Works. Full Circle: Carnegie Hall 2000 (Live).
Kamala Chakravarti, Ravi Shankar. Ravi Shankar, Kamala Chakravarti - Dhun (Dadra And Fast Teental) 19:41. Ravi Shankar - Tabla Solo In Ektal 06:19. Jugalbandi - Instrumental: Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, Pt. Ravi Shankar - Ravi Shankar, Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, Pt. The Ravi Shankar Collection - Ravi Shankar. The Best Of Ravi Shankar - Ravi Shankar. Rare and Glorious - Introducing the Masters - Ravi Shankar. Pandit Ravi Shankar Classical Instrumental - (), Allah Rakha(Tabla), Pt. Ravi Shankar, Allah Rakha(Tabla), (), Ravi Shankar.
Live: Ravi Shankar at the Monterey International Pop Festival is a live album by Indian sitarist Ravi Shankar, released on the World Pacific record label in November 1967. It consists of part of Shankar's celebrated performance at the Monterey International Pop Festival in California on 18 June 1967. Shankar was accompanied throughout by his regular tabla player, Alla Rakha, who performs a frenetic five-minute solo on the recording.
Many people went to the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967 not even knowing who Ravi Shankar was or that he was on the bill, and yet they came away fans. The same thing happened to me when I purchased the DVD of the festival. I became instantly enchanted by the Indian classical form. Neither the original film of Monterey nor the DVD show the entirety of Shankar's performance, but this CD includes it all (or at least a much bigger chunk of it), and its breathtaking. Dhun" will wrap you up in a spell, and when it ends it'll be like waking up from a dream
Adapted By – Shankar*
|B1||Tabla Solo In Ektal
Written-By – Traditional
|B2||Dhun (Dadra And Fast Toental)
Adapted By – Shankar*
|LBS 83.091, LBS 83.091 T||Ravi Shankar||Ravi Shankar At The Monterey International Pop Festival (LP, Album)||Liberty, Liberty||LBS 83.091, LBS 83.091 T||France||1967|
|SCX 6273||Ravi Shankar||Live At The Monterey International Pop Festival (LP, Album)||Columbia||SCX 6273||UK||1967|
|LBS 83 091 I||Ravi Shankar||Ravi Shankar At The Monterey International Pop Festival (LP)||Liberty||LBS 83 091 I||Germany||1967|
|WP-1442||Ravi Shankar||Ravi Shankar At The Monterey International Pop Festival (LP, Album)||World Pacific Records||WP-1442||India||Unknown|
|SLBX 340593, SLBX 340.593, WPS. 21.442||Ravi Shankar||Ravi Shankar At The Monterey International Pop Festival (LP, Album)||Liberty, Liberty, Liberty||SLBX 340593, SLBX 340.593, WPS. 21.442||France||1967|