Lots of Carnatic Greats Released to eMusic

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Lots of Carnatic Greats Released to eMusic

Post by panchamkauns » Sun Nov 04, 2007 4:02 am

Browsing eMusic as usual this month, I found Charsur Digital Workstation has released lots of their stuff there. (For those of you unfamiliar with eMusic, it's a site that sells DRM-free MP3s at a subscription model).

In the Paddhatti series, I found live doubles or (mostly) triples of:

:arrow: GNB (1960)
:arrow: Semmangudi (1974)
:arrow: Sheik Chinna Moulana (1973)
:arrow: Vasantakumari (1960s)
:arrow: Flute Ramani (1974)
:arrow: Ramanathan (1974)
:arrow: KVN (1990)
:arrow: Musiri Subramania Iyer
:arrow: Pattamal (1977)
:arrow: Maharajapuram Santhanam (1983)
:arrow: DK Jayaraman (1990)

And December Season and Live in Concert albums, also triples or doubles, from

:arrow: KV & Padma Narayanaswami (2001)
:arrow: Flute Mali (1960)
:arrow: Oh Yes! (2003)
:arrow: Nedunuri (1980)
:arrow: Balamurali (2006)
:arrow: Aruna Sayeeram (2005 + 2006)

... plus an RTP album by R Vedavalli and lots of other stuff from less senior artists.

Buying extra tracks outside your monthly subscription isn’t super economical on eMusic, but I think for readers in Europe or America, it will be much cheaper than buying all these humongous albums on CD. For me personally, they feel for the first time affordable.
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