Thursday, 29 July 2010

Learn About Something New



And now the sound that should have gone with my post about Morning! If you've never listened to Indian music before, give this a whirl, people, especially if you are feeling in need of a little peace and calm. Enjoy.
Thinks:- you never know what you may find next on Jinksy's blog...

12 comments:

  1. We appreciate Ravi's words and music. How could a person not receive the warmth and peace in his music?

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  2. Definitely soothing, Jinksy, even in the afternoon. Thanks!

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  3. I'm so glad somebody has had a listen, Technobabe! I've been coming back and back to this today. I do have the CD, but it's so easy to listen on computer while I wander Blogland...

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  4. Ho! Derrick! It was you that chucked me out of my blog then, eh? Two minds with but a single comment spot...

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  5. Moments of complete enjoyment, Jinksy!

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  6. I returned from my lunchtime sandwich to resume a tedious work-task, but thought to come first to this post and play the Shankar. It is, indeed, such lovely music. I was particularly glad to be reminded of that just now.

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  7. Truly lovely. I used to love his sitar back in the 70's. His daughter is widely talented too.. the lovely Norah Jones.

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  8. Yes, he passed his talent to his lovely Norah (Jones), one of my current favorites.

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  9. Oh so soothing my friend.......:-) Hugs

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  10. Now that I listened to your recommendation, and feel relaxed, how am I going to offer comments on the other blogs I want to read tonight?

    I can blame you Jinksy when I am sound asleep in 5 minutes.

    Ha, enjoy your weekend.

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  11. Great selections of the videos, they were a treat to listen to.
    Thank you very much.

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