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Album: Ravi Shankar In Hollywood, 1971

Artist: Ravi Shankar

  • Genre: Worldwide
  • Release Date: 2016
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 5

  • Copyright: ℗ 2016 East Meets West Music

Tracklist For Ravi Shankar In Hollywood, 1971 By Artist Ravi Shankar

Title Artist Time
Hollywood Raga Vibhas Ravi Shankar 26:39 USD Album Only
Hollywood Raga Parameshwari Ravi Shankar 52:57 USD Album Only
Hollywood Dhun Ravi Shankar 10:44 USD Album Only
Hollywood Raga Sindhi Bhairavi Ravi Shankar 29:19 USD Album Only

Reviews For Ravi Shankar In Hollywood, 1971 By Artist Ravi Shankar

  • I Miss Ravi

    By The Bradleyss
    I've been to a thousand concerts in my life, everything from REM at the 9:30 club in Washington DC just after their first major label LP was released to Neil Young & Crazy Horse on Rust Never Sleeps to Elvis Costello and Blondie in 1980 to Willie Nelson....and nothing was ever better than the two Ravi Shankar shows I saw at the Kennedy Center. Pure bliss.

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