Anoushka Shankar’s ‘Traveller’ is a studio album produced by Javier Limón and released October 13, 2011 by Deutsche Grammophon.
Track Listing : 1.Inside Me (Javier Limón, Anoushka Anoushka Shankar) – 03:19 . 2.Buleria Con Ricardo (Pedro Ricardo Miño, Anoushka Shankar) – 06:03 . 3.Krishna (Anoushka Shankar) – 05:50 . 4.Si No Puedo Verla (Limón, Anoushka Shankar) – 05:15 . 5.Dancing In Madness (Anoushka Shankar) – 04:29 . 6.Boy Meets Girl (Pepe Habichuela, Anoushka Shankar) – 04:56 . 7.Kanya (Limón, Anoushka Shankar) – 04:55 . 8.Traveller (Anoushka Shankar) – 03:41 . 9.Ishq (Limón, Anoushka Shankar) – 04:21 . 10.Casi Uno (Limón, Anoushka Shankar) – 05:26 . 11.Bhairavi (Anoushka Shankar) – 10:26 . 12.Lola’S Lullaby (Anoushka Shankar) – 04:14
Musicians : Anoushka Shankar – Sitar . Sandra Carrasco – Vocals . Sanjeev Chimmalgi – Vocals . Shubha Mudgal – Vocals . Concha Buika – Vocals . Aditya Prakash – Vocals . Pepe Habichuela – Guitar . Javier Limón – Guitar . Pedro Ricardo Mino – Piano . Kenji Ota – Tanpura . Pirana – Percussion . Pirashanna Thevarajah – Ghatam, Kanjira, Moorsing, Mridangam . Tanmoy Bose – Tabla . Duquende – Vocals . Electrico – Palmas . Bobote – Palmas . Mythili Prakash – Dancer . Ajay Prasanna – Flute . Juan Ruiz – Percussion . Sanjeev Shankar – Shehnai
Production : Produced By Javier Limón , Pedro Ricardo Mino, Anoushka Shankar . Mario Alberni – Mixing . Kellogg Boynton – Mixing . Pepe De La Vega – Engineer . Aftab Khan – Engineer . Siva Kumar – Engineer . Salomé Limón – Engineer . Alvaro Mata – Mastering . Ben Moore – Engineer . Rupert Ptaff – Engineer . Gaurav Raina – Engineer
Package : Nitin Sawhney – Liner Notes . Fred Munzmaier – Art Direction . Chika Azuma – Package Design . Bernardo Doral – Photography . Blair Green – Cover Design . Nitin Joshi – Photography
Released On October 13, 2011 By Deutsche Grammophon.
The best tracks are those where Shankar takes chances, matching uninhibited sitar improvisation against flamenco percussion and the furious, inspired piano work of Pedro Ricardo Miño on the thrilling Buleria Con Ricardo, or backing the passionate singing of Duquende or more thoughtful Concha Buika […]
What holds it all together is Anoushka Shankar, proving that she might be the single most important figure in whatever “world music” is today. […]
Her work as a talented composer has been described as “the perpetual exploration of the fertile ground between Indian music and a variety of genres.” The combination of “passionate flamenco notes with soul stirring Indian instrumental adds up to a deeply satisfying musical journey.” […]