|1||Rag Chhayanat Alap||22:30|
|2||Rag Malashri Gat||22:40|
- Co-producer – Daniel Karp, Henry Kaiser
- Mastered By – Paul Stubblebine
- Photography By [Back Cover] – Craig Street, Faustin Bray
- Photography By [Label] – Faustin Bray
- Recorded By – Andrew Neddermeyer
- Recorded By [Assisted By] – Bill Lewis
- Sarod – Ustad Ali Akbar Khan
- Sleeve Notes – Daniel Karp, George Ruckart, Henry Kaiser
- Tabla – Swapan Chaudhuri
- Tambura [Tanpura Accompaniment] – Geoffrey Lipner, Jane Rockwood, Terrance Pease
Includes an insert with Metalanguage catalog on one side, and a list of labels and magazines on the other side recommended by The Beak Doctor.
Side A was recorded on July 23, 1982 at The Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society, Halfmoon Bay, California.
Side B was recorded on September 19, 1982 at Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, California.
The album was recorded digitally using a Sony PCM F-1 digital convertor, on Betamax tape, with a Sony SLO-323 VTR.
High frequency phase correction was accomplished using a Meyer Sound Labs filter network.
The sound was recorded with a Calrec Soundfield microphone in stereo mic configuration.
Co-produced by Henry Kaiser for Metalanguage and Daniel Karp for Alam-Madina Music Productions.
Mastered at The Automatt, San Francisco.
Plating and pressing by Record Technology, Camarillo.
Cover photo courtesy of The Lick Observatory.
Camera, Graphic Impression.
All compositions ℗ and © 1982 by Alam-Madina Music BMI
Catalog number ML-122 appears on the front and back cover and Side A label.
Catalog number ML 122 appears on the cover spine.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): ML-122-A RE-1 AUTOMATT/PS 15451 +
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched): ML-122-B RE-1 AUTOMATT/PS 15452 +
- Rights Society: BMI
- Produced For – Metalanguage
- Produced For – Alam-Madina Music Productions
- Copyright (c) – Alam-Madina Music
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Alam-Madina Music
- Pressed By – Record Technology Incorporated
- Recorded At – Fort Mason Center
- Recorded At – Bach Dancing And Dynamite Society
- Mastered At – The Automatt
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Performer: Ustad Ali Akbar Khan
Release date: 1982
Style: Indian Classical, Modern Classical, Experimental
Catalog: ML-122, ML 122
Size MP3: 2667 mb
Rating: 4.1 / 5
Record source: Vinyl, LP