Tuesday, July 15, 2008

NIKHIL BANERJEE - Hemant 1970



Nikhil Banerjee (R.I.P) was one of the best Indian sitarists ever. He had a spiritual depth which is rare among sitarists and others of the Indian classical music scene. Hemant from 1970 is a prime example of this. You get a depth and vibe which must be experienced to be believed. I got this originally from the excellent Henry's Archive blog. If this album catches your fancy, feel free to explore Henry's blog for more.

Peace be on you all

11 comments:

Psicodelia pura said...

Thanks amigo

M said...

Please visit the exellent Henry's archive for more Nikhil Banerjee sitar music.

M

Psicodelia pura said...

m I was a constant visitor of Heavy Psych blog..and now not exist, do you know where I can find it?

M said...

HPM blog is gone forever.

I took it to it's limits and saw fit to end it before it degenerated.

Enjoy the music you found there.

Life goes on.

M

Psicodelia Pura said...

Ok, thanks

Govindas Dream said...

well, heavy-psychman, tell me, what happend exactly? was it deleted by you or by the google?

tell me please ... greetings
amadeus

ps: my 3rd new blog, it's about psychedelic & acid, have a look: http://psychedelic-being.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

link didn't work because shareonall.com is clothed

M said...

New Link, so download.

Anonymous said...

thank you for new links

Chris said...

This is a wonderful blog, I love Nikhil Banerjee.

Anonymous said...

I cannot agree with you more. Nikhil Da possessed an uncanny brilliance and depth in elaborate explorations of ragas. Would you happen to have his entire Malkauns recording for download?