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Album: Shankar & Glass: Passages

Artist: Ravi Shankar & Philip Glass

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 1990
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 6

  • Copyright: ℗ 1990 BMG Entertainment

Tracklist For Shankar & Glass: Passages By Artist Ravi Shankar & Philip Glass

Title Artist Time
1
Offering Ravi Shankar & Philip Glass 9:41 USD 1.29
2
Sadhanipa Ravi Shankar & Philip Glass 8:37 USD 1.29
3
Channels and Winds Ravi Shankar & Philip Glass 8:00 USD 1.29
4
Ragas in Minor Scale Ravi Shankar & Philip Glass 7:37 USD 1.29
5
Meetings Along the Edge Ravi Shankar & Philip Glass 8:09 USD 1.29
6
Prashanti Ravi Shankar & Philip Glass 13:42 USD Album Only

Reviews For Shankar & Glass: Passages By Artist Ravi Shankar & Philip Glass

  • Haunting

    5
    By ab_ba
    I lost track of this album for many years. I loved it when it came out - I listened to it again and again. Recently I found myself craving something - I couldn’t place my finger on it. After a few weeks I realized it was “Channels and Winds”, from this album. After listening to the whole album again, it hasn’t lost its majesty, nor its grip on me.
  • in a better place

    5
    By bob bobblaw
    I will be honored to be with you . . . .
  • I've always loved this album

    5
    By tybaldt
    And long ago lost the cd. Thanks for releasing it
  • Absolutely great!

    4
    By JazzHipster1423
    Fantastic! बहुत, बहुत, बहुत, बहुत, अच्छा है!
  • Perfect harmony

    5
    By sumansen
    I had heard some Philip Glass before and I have mixed feelings about his atonal compositions. So when I first saw this collaboration many years ago I was extremely skeptical, because Indian ragas are completely opposite. To my surprise, I was completely blown away by this album. If Glass' music is sparse, Ravi Shankar's music fills in the blanks making this a rich tapestry of sound, a sonic equivalent of a Jackson Pollock painting. Thoroughly enjoyable and I am glad that iTunes re-released it.

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