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Album: Signature Series, Vol. 2

Artist: Ali Akbar Khan

  • Genre: Indian Classical
  • Release Date: 1990
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 3

  • Copyright: ℗ 1990 AMMP

Tracklist For Signature Series, Vol. 2 By Artist Ali Akbar Khan

Title Artist Time
Medhavi Ali Akbar Khan 21:45 USD Album Only
Khammaj Ali Akbar Khan 21:10 USD Album Only
Bhairavi Bhatiyar With Ragmala Ali Akbar Khan 22:55 USD Album Only

Reviews For Signature Series, Vol. 2 By Artist Ali Akbar Khan

  • A Tempest of Tunefulness

    By Kinbote
    I have been watching this album for a year now and I cannot believe that it has gone without comment. There seems to be no shortage of Classical Indian fans on iTunes, which baffles me even further. If anyone is searching for one album to add to their collection as representative of either sarode music or Ali Akbar Khan, I would recommend this one. Medhavi alone is worth the purchase. Ustad Khan's father game him the title "Emperor of Melody" - these ragas demonstrate why.

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