Shakti - Obsidaan mp3 flac
- Album: Obsidaan
- MP3: 1655 mb | FLAC: 1786 mb
- Released: 2005
- Style: Trance, Techno, Psy-Trance
- Rating: 4.6/5
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- Format: DTS MOD VQF AU FLAC APE ADX
Shakti with John McLaughlin is the first album by Shakti, described as "another brain blowing achievement" by Agha Yasir. Side one. "Joy" (John McLaughlin/L. Lotus Feet" (McLaughlin) – 4:44. Side two. "What Need Have I for This–What Need Have I for That–I Am Dancing at the Feet of My Lord–All Is Bliss–All Is Bliss" (McLaughlin/Shankar) - 29:03. John McLaughlin - Guitar. Ramnad Raghavan - Mridangam. T. H. Vinayakaram - Ghatam and Mridangam. Zakir Hussain - Tabla.
Shakti (Physical Layer) Quatretemps Pascal.
Shakti (Physical Layer) - Thermoform, Freeloader, Between 2 Worlds and 9 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Trance 4M8 (Mate One).
Shakti was a group which played a novel acoustic fusion music which combined Indian music with elements of jazz; it was perhaps the earliest practitioner of the musical genre world fusion. Its leading member was the English guitar player John McLaughlin, but it also featured the Indian violin player L. Shankar. It also included Zakir Hussain (on tabla), and R. Raghavan (on the Mridangam) and T. "Vikku" Vinayakram (on Ghatam).
Shakti is a Hindi album released on 31 Dec 1949. This album is composed by R. D. Burman. Shakti Album has 2 songs sung by Amitabh Bachchan,Lata Mangeshkar,Kishore Kumar. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Shakti songs on Gaana.
Shakti (Shakti album). Shakti with John McLaughlin. Live album by. Shakti. July 5, 1975, at Southampton College, Long Island. Shakti with John McLaughlin is the first album by Shakti, described as "another brain blowing achievement" by Agha Yasir. Personnel - Production (Record). Personnel - Production (CD).