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    Yep - going the Indian sitar / Ravi Shankar route ....

    What type of music am I going to listen to next - who knows

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueghost_39 View Post
    Yep - going the Indian sitar / Ravi Shankar route ....

    What type of music am I going to listen to next - who knows
    dude what u smoking man
    i did a bit of an audit one month and discovered i had spent R600 on alcohol so i gave it up .......
    ........ the auditing, not the alcohol

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    ps. like the sig.
    i did a bit of an audit one month and discovered i had spent R600 on alcohol so i gave it up .......
    ........ the auditing, not the alcohol

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueghost_39 View Post
    Yep - going the Indian sitar / Ravi Shankar route ....

    What type of music am I going to listen to next - who knows
    Awesome!

    Some recommended Ethnic artists: Zakir Hussain, Shakti, Remembering Shakti, Talvin Singh, Tabla Beat Science, Karsh Kale, State of Bengal, Prem Joshua, Nitin Sawhney.
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    I love it!!!

    I love that type of music. Have you heard the Buddha Bar Cd's?
    Amazingly relaxing stuff!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pooky View Post
    I love it!!!

    I love that type of music. Have you heard the Buddha Bar Cd's?
    Amazingly relaxing stuff!
    Yeah, good stuff, although very different to Ravi Shankar etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PostmanPot View Post
    Yeah, good stuff, although very different to Ravi Shankar etc.
    Haven't heard of him, will look it up.
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    I'm looking for some middle eastern music, any albums that can be recommended?

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    I've had a look at the putumayo series but want a compilation of the best eastern music.... Indian, Middle-Eastern and Asian.
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    why not try out fushion to get the best of both worlds?John McLauglin is a leading exponent in jazz-oriental fushion and believe me if u wan't relaxing this is it(listen to his Industrial Zen cd, tracks 2,8 for relaxation purposes)

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    You might wanna try Cafe Del Maar, if you like the BB music, also look into Atif Aslam, Nitin Sawhney, Krishna Das...

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    i like to listen to some symphonies of bach, chopin and schubert while showering, should i be worried :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by thedutchman View Post
    i like to listen to some symphonies of bach, chopin and schubert while showering, should i be worried :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pooky View Post
    Haven't heard of him, will look it up.
    Then how does your post (#5) have any relevance to the OP?

    Please, we are talking about Ethnic/World music here.

    Buddha Bar, Cafe Del Mar etc. is not Ethnic/World.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pos(t)er View Post
    why not try out fushion to get the best of both worlds?John McLauglin is a leading exponent in jazz-oriental fushion and believe me if u wan't relaxing this is it(listen to his Industrial Zen cd, tracks 2,8 for relaxation purposes)
    Agreed.

    John McLaughlin is part of Shakti.
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