Call of the Valley is a 1967 Hindustani classical music album by Hariprasad Chaurasia, Brij Bhushan Kabra, and Shivkumar Sharma. The instrumental album follows a day in the life of an Indian shepherd from Kashmir. It is one of the most successful Indian albums and one that became popular with an international audience. It was very important in introducing Indian music to Western ears and internationally the best selling Indian music record. The atmospheric music is traditional, but the innovative use of guitar and flute make the sound more acceptable for Western audiences. Kabra plays slide guitar, Sharma santoor and Chaurasia bansuri. The artists became well known musicians and the instruments they used became acceptable in traditional Indian music. - Wikipedia
artist: Shivkumar Sharma, Brijbushan Kabra and Hariprasad Chaurasia title: Call Of The Valley type: album label: EMI release date: 1967/1995 length: 70:47 genre: Indian classical/world music country: India/UK format: mp3 bitrate: vbr (217-238kbps avg) codec: lame 3.98
This is the 1995 remastered edition with three bonus tracks.