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    John McLaughlin obviously, although Birds of Fire is the only Mahavishnu album I find myself listening to, Shakti and Remember Shakti are great, with of course some top-tier Indian musicians

    This was an awesome album from around 10 years ago


    The Jazz Guitar Chord Dictionary
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    This is a cool record.

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    I’m not sure how much of this is composed vs. improvised, but I love it.

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    Paul Winter Consort had an Indio-flavor. I was lucky to catch a free outdoor concert in the mid-70s, before much of the band spun off to form Oregon.

    "Icarus " by Ralph Towner- Paul McCandless: oboe / Ralph Towner: 12 string guitar / Collin Walcott:sitar, tabla / Glen Moore:doublebass- Portland I979:

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    This is the daddy of them all - Joe Harriott and John Mayer (not THAT John Mayer) with their Indo-Jazz Suite in 1966:

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    Ooo, I just discovered this gem. I need to reserve two hours to finish it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr. beaumont
    This is a cool record.

    Is that Darbari? I know just enough about ICM to be dangerous

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    Possibly this one:

    Also very cool:

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    Or how about Gavanya?

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    More Rudresh Mahanthappa, with Rez Abbassi, Rich Brown and Rudy Royston:

    Also worth mentioning: the slightly older ECM album “Making Music”, by Zakir Hussain, with John McLaughlin, Hariprasad Chaurasia and Jan Garbarek, but I cannot find any vids on YT.

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    Some 18th century Indo-fusion

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    John Mayer

    Wait that’s not Slow Dancing In a Burning Ballroom....?

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    With Anousha Shankar on sitar.