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good indian sitar music?
    #682508 - 06/16/02 06:34 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

Does anyone know any good indian sitar music downloads? Like the ones on the Beatles albums. Those songs are insanely trippy and mellow. I have no idea what artists make music like that. One time when I was tripping on robitussin maximum strength and morning glory seeds, one of those songs came on and it was pure heaven.


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Re: good indian sitar music? [Re: ]
    #682684 - 06/16/02 07:54 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

If you're going to trip on DXM do NOT chug Robotussin!! You can really mess up your kidneys that way. DXM is legal and you can order the powder from many online vendors. But also be aware of the corralative data between consistent DXM usage and Olney's Lesions in the brain. There are several good reports on Erowid about it. I liked DXM a lot when I first tried it...but not enough to dose it again...not worth killing your grey matter over.

As far as sitar music...Ravi Shankar is the one who really brought that instrument into it's full power in western music arrangements. A lot of Goa producers use the sitar to add spiritual strength to their music. Check out my post in the Trip Tips Forum called "Music and Other Links" to check out a bunch of good online CD shops where you can listen to samples from all the CDs in stock and see if you can find what you're looking for.

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Re: good indian sitar music? [Re: Boppity604]
    #682738 - 06/16/02 08:17 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

I'm never touching DXM for the rest of my life. *Permanent brain damage*. I strongly advise anyone not to take DXM for recreational uses. I might even had a stroke the last time I did it. I'm not really sure. I'm still recovering. I think I'll stick to the safer mind benders.


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Re: good indian sitar music? [Re: Boppity604]
    #682741 - 06/16/02 08:19 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

Ravi Shankar, obviously has skill, I think he needs a little Westernization though, and he could be famous. Right now, he is kind of borderline on a classical style trying to promote skill, instead of beats.


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Re: good indian sitar music? [Re: nugsarenice]
    #683318 - 06/17/02 08:34 AM (14 years, 9 months ago)

I'd choose style over popularity any day! Ravi shankar is exellent


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    #683432 - 06/17/02 09:44 AM (14 years, 9 months ago)

I love the Beatles sitar music as well. I might have to get a Ravi Shankar album one day. I like sitar music. If I were in a band, I would use a sitar in a modern psychedelic way.



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Re: good indian sitar music? [Re: Learyfan]
    #685032 - 06/18/02 03:14 AM (14 years, 9 months ago)

Thats what i'm planning on doing in my band, i just bought a sitar

I just cant beleive that there arent that many more popular artists that use sitars, it must be the most beautiful instrument in the world.



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Re: good indian sitar music? [Re: Chonger]
    #685061 - 06/18/02 03:51 AM (14 years, 9 months ago)

Artists have used them from time to time, mabye it's difficult to learn because of it's non western scaling thus the need to sample or hire seasond players. Either way it's an instrument with alot of character, mabye too much for continuous use in the pop world...I don't know but your right there should be more...MORE!


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Re: good indian sitar music? [Re: Roger_irrelevant]
    #687431 - 06/19/02 05:53 AM (14 years, 9 months ago)

HEY!
dont forget the melodica....


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    #687977 - 06/19/02 10:53 AM (14 years, 9 months ago)

Peter Murphy, (foremely of Bauhaus) has a new-ish album called "Dust" - Its backed by some trancy Arabian-esque music, and Bowie-like vocals, very nice to grove too.
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Re: good indian sitar music? [Re: Anonymous]
    #688094 - 06/19/02 12:10 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

I heard a new track from bowies new album done live, couldn't understand a word he was saying! He looked good though.


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    #691731 - 06/21/02 04:36 AM (14 years, 9 months ago)

Speaking of the Beatles and good sitar music.

You guys should hear George Harrison's first solo album called "Wonderwall". It was the first record to be released on the Apple label, I believe. Lots of great sitar music there.

Timothy Leary's "Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out" cd has got some pretty good sitar music as well. Plus it's Leary.



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