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Album Review

The South Indian violin virtuoso, L. Shankar, presents a dazzling rendition of a traditional rag in untraditional terms. He plays in a rhythm cycle of 4-3/4, beats, difficult enough to maintain, let alone be as musically creative as these three. The energy is consistently high, and there are a lot of solos by each musician, as well as deftly coordinated unison passages.

Biography

Born: 26 April 1950 in Madras, India

Genre: World

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The musical traditions of southern India have been combined with world influences by violinist and vocalist L. Shankar (born Lakshminarayana Shankar). A founding member of influential mid-'70s Indo-Brit roots group, Shakti, with McLaughlin, Shankar continues to explore ways to bridge diverse cultures through music. In addition to solo recordings and collaborations with his composer/keyboardist wife, Caroline, and with Indian percussionists Zakir Hussein and Vikku Vunayakram, Shankar...
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