Charanjit Singh ‎– Synthesizing (Ten Ragas To A Disco Beat)

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Bombay Connection ‎– BC-302
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Tracklist

1 Raga Bhairav 5:00
2 Raga Lalit 4:56
3 Raga Bhupali 4:54
4 Raga Todi 4:53
5 Raga Madhuvanti 4:59
6 Raga Megh Malhar 5:02
7 Raga Yaman 5:07
8 Raga Kalavati 5:08
9 Raga Malkauns 5:03
10 Raga Bairagi 5:08

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Packaged in a 3-panel Digipak with a 15-page booklet (last page attached to the front inner panel). Booklet includes liner notes and cover image from the original album, album history and biography of the artist with image. New copies from the label came with sticker on the shrinkwrap bearing mini reviews and barcode.

The tracklisting printed on the back cover is in an incorrect order; the correct tracklisting has been entered above.

Title on front cover, spine and CD: Ten Ragas To A Disco Beat
Title on back cover: Synthesizing Ten Ragas To A Disco Beat

Recorded in 1982 at HMV Studios in Bombay, India
Equipment: Roland Jupiter-8, Roland TB-303, Roland TR-808

Original sound recording by The Gramophone Co. of India
Courtesy of Saregama, Ltd.
© 1982

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (On sticker, text): 9 789490 931025 >
  • Barcode (On sticker, string): 9789490931025
  • Matrix / Runout: BOD GROUP 10-05/2501-001 [BOD Group logo] www.balticdisc.com
  • Rights Society: STEMRA

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tranzyd

tranzyd

November 13, 2019
Wow just when you though you had explored all acid house music variations since collecting in 1988 at the birth of Acid, this came up.
Unknown to me, snapped it up straight away and was blown away by the trax. All 808 and 303, what was then experimental Indian music, is now seen as Acid House. One for the collectors sure to gain tremendous value over the years.

This is a truly unique recording because of the experimentation, and year and where it comes from.

So far ahead of time... Go on challenge those who claim acid came from England or USA in 1986.1985?? hit them with this..
ketelhuth

ketelhuth

September 2, 2012

Really odd record. Supposed to be recorded in 1982, sounds like a trance album of 90s.