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June 07 2021
The Revolver Club
Written By The Revolver Club - June 07 2021
The Kohinoors of music- Yes diamonds are valuable but have you thought about music albums? Here are 9 of the most expensive expensive Indian albums on the market right now. If you have one of these, you sure lucked out.
1) At The Taj Mahal Bombay by The Jetliners:
Their live concert at the Taj Mahal in Bombay was recorded. Aptly named ‘At Taj Mahal Bombay’ a heaven for swing fans to dance to their tunes, the rarity of this album makes it one of the most expensive Indian albums.
Price: ₹ 37,104
2) Ananda Shankar and his music by Ananda Shankar:
Ananda Shankar needs no fresh introduction. He has dominated the local music scene by experimenting, breaking traditions, establishing styles to create new sounds, and weaving new patterns. Released in 1975, this is still one of the most sought-after albums, hence earning its place in this list.
Price: ₹ 39,721
3) Dahshat (Soundtrack) by Bappi Lahiri:
An Indian horror movie directed by the infamous Ramsay brothers, was expected to be artsy. But it was the soundtrack that took the audience by surprise. The eccentrics of Bappi Lahiri fit with the ethos of the film. Also, it helps that the title 'Dahshat' literally translates to 'terror'.
Price: ₹ 43,706
4) Disco Jazz by Rupa:
The first objective of this album was to create vibrant, new dance music with universal appeal. A rare gathering of eastern and western musicians combining powerful vocals, traditional Indian instruments with the driving sounds of electric guitars, drums, space-age synthesizer keyboards and haunting melodies. Its re-release in 2017 indicates the popularity it gained even after 40 years of its initial release.
Price: ₹ 51,316
5) Sitar Goes Latin by Enoch Daniels and Jayram Acharya:
This album presents twelve world-famous Latin numbers on The Sitar. Through this ancient Indian instrument, these favourites from the West have acquired a unique colour. A touch of Eastern melody emanating from the delicate strings of the Sitar lends a mysterious and irresistible quality to these perennial favourites.
Price: ₹ 51,950
6) Sri Aurobindo by Arun Amin:
This LP features 9 songs for which Arun Amin has written the lyrics, the music and played the guitar. The song 'Sri Aurobindo' is a tribute to Arun Amin's guru Maharishi Sri Aurobindo. This is an LP for those who care for meaningful lyrics, soft and sweet melodies combined with unusual compositional experiments.
Price: ₹ 61,855
7) Explorations by Braz Gonsalves, Pam Crain & Louis Banks:
'Exploring' is perhaps the most operative word in jazz. From its inception, it has been a music of constant search and change. With the help of legends in the industry, this album blends the east and the west in a perfect way to create musical genius. This album was recorded live at Kalamandir, Calcutta and is surely a landmark in their progress of the integration of Indian and Western cultures.
Price: ₹ 74,305
8) International Music by Bharat Karki & Party:
From beginning to end, this is a flood of Indian psychedelic funk, showering us with heavy percussion grooves in a borrowed international music style that uses elements of rock, Latin, and Arabic music, blended with chanted Hindu mantras, electric guitar, bass, traditional Indian percussions, flutes, screams, organ, and Moog!
Price: ₹ 74,326
9) Devapriya (Beloved God) / Soul Raag by Braz Gonsalves:
Holy grail number 7 from the legend of jazz music in India. Braz Gonsalves drew inspiration from the classical, folk roots of our own country and fused it with jazz making this masterpiece that sounds original and adds a further dimension to international music.
Price: ₹ 79,405