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David Russell Watson

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The rag may be Darbari, but the prevailing ras is Bhayanak!

I think I'll be fine if I just listen to the sound track and not watch the video.

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jaan e kharabat

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Yikes. You made me relive this again, why?? SAK came to Sydney a couple of years ago and unleashed his bhayanak side on the poor old king of ragas, Darbari, right in front of my face and I've been trying to eradicate that experience from my mind ever since. Alas, to no avail, it seems.
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Raga_Mala

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Yikes.

Maybe if the camera were not 2 feet away...

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