Sitar genius RaviShankar was a huge figure on the American scene in the 60s – an important musician who helped get Indian music the recognition it deserved – and who went on to influence giants like The Beatles and Philip Glass in their own music as well! Yet despite these obvious and oft-told touchstones, Shankar has a much longer, richer story – all of which is covered here in tremendous depth – the result of a huge project that involved over 130 interviews, materials from the Shankar family archives, and countless other hours of research – all to really get at the unique place that Ravi holds in the global music scene! This heavy, hardcover volume is over 650 pages, including some very detailed notes and other information at the end – packaged with two sections of black and white images as well. Book
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