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Modern Mandolin Maestro

U. Srinivas Audio CD

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1. Ghananayakam
2. Ninnvvina
3. Arulseya
4. Ragam Madhyamavati
5. Thanam
6. Palinchu Kamakshi
7. Saravana Bhava
8. Malai Pozudinile
9. Folk Note

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5.0 out of 5 stars Divine music 11 April 2010
By Pavan Tallapragada - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is one of the best compilations of U Srinivas's work.
Truly divine music.
5.0 out of 5 stars Stunningly beautiful 30 Oct 2013
By Bufatutu - Published on Amazon.com
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I have half a dozen U. Srinivas albums, coming to him by way of Remember Shakti with John McLaughlin. This is perhaps the most gentle, soulful, and joyful. The recording, more than several of the other albums, compliments this mandolin genius and the other players. The accompanying musicians are exquisite, though I'm not sure what they're playing, perhaps a bowed Indian instrument and a sitar type instrument and than very fine tabla playing and at least one maybe two large and small clay drums. The call and response between the violin or whatever it is and the mandolin just soars. The selection of tunes covers a range of what I guess is karnatic South Indian music, from folk-oriented to ragas. There doesn't seem to be one note here that doesn't exemplify the skill and creativity and great sensitivity of Srinivas. Forget Eric Clapton--Srinivas is God!
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