Friday, 18 February 2011

Chim Kothari - The Sound Of Sitar (1966)





















It has to be said that our Chim is no Lord Sitar, but this is still an interesting album to listen to.  There are a couple of his own compositions thrown in for good measure too.

Alternative download link

1.    Strangers In The Night
2.    Winchester Cathedral
3.    The Carnival Is Over
4.    Barsaat - "Rain"
5.    Eleanor Rigby
6.    La Playa
7.    Downtown
8.    Guantanamera
9.    You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
10.  Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo
11.  Bhigmagon Ka Mela - "Beggar's Festival"
12.  The Sound Of Music
13.  Looking Through The Eyes Of Love
14.  Cast Your Fate To The Wind

7 comments:

Ian Van Groove said...

Looking forward to this, you can never have too much sitar! (But don't quote me on that!)

Fabien MORISSET said...

Thank you.

In a 1970s movie called "Quand tu seras débloqué fais-moi signe" aka "Les Baba-Cools", the actress Anémone used to say:
"Yesterday I dreamt of you. You were naked on a donkey and you were playing the Sitar"
I'm sure this record will help me dive into the weekend in a such a way.
Please keep up the very good work!

Armpit Studios said...

Heh, cool. BTW, you forgot to actually link to the alt link. :)

Lacey said...

Unfortunately, Yes you can!
(Have too much sitar)

Thank you for posting this.
The change in familiar songs is interesting, but only in small doses.

Keep up your good work

I-FE said...

Admittedly, it does sound like he's never actually seen a sitar before...

I-FE said...

http://www.mediafire.com/?b5400h7czhut1zc

Timmy said...

Oh, this is great!