I pretty much buy any Indian classical or devotional vinyl I can lay my mitts on (which isn't much, around here). I'm not partial to any artists in particular, although I do prefer evening and night-time ragas, since they tend to be more mellow. I don't know much about Indian music, other than that I like it. They used to have a great weekly show on the local Cal Poly radio station on Sunday nights, and that's where I first discovered Indian classical music. In retrospect, it seems odd that I never remember hearing it while I lived in Saudi Arabia, given the large population of expatriate Indians there. I just recently finished an album of a friend's family performing Sikh spirituals - that's some cool stuff. I'd love to remix it, but his father says he'll have to kill me if I do. This friend has introduced me to some nice Indian-flavored electronic dance music by Talvin Singh and Karsh Kalai. -Hans At 22:55 29/10/2002, you wrote: >Bravo. To whom? > >Did you guys know that Norah Jones (oh God I love her voice) - is Ravi >Shankar's daughter? > >Shankar's also way cool of course.