13 November 2009
13 November 2009
19 September 2010
My thoughts are here: http://www.beatlesbible.com/pe.....i-shankar/
In short, if you're a Ravi Shankar fan and have a bit of spare cash, then probably. If you're hoping to hear George's vocals you might be disappointed. The Shankar Family & Friends album is worth getting hold of, though, as it's got Ringo, Billy Preston and Klaus on it.
20 December 2010
29 August 2013
Inner Light said
I just got the box set. They did a great job on the packaging. I also comes with a letter of authenticity. It is a little pricey but the value should hold up well.
Just got it today - looks very nice. Mine is 2nd-hand but looks in very good shape; it still cost me a lot but I like to support the only decent 2nd-hand music store still open in Canberra - so much for my credit card recovering
I have one quick question of anyone who has it regarding the packaging; does the DVD come with any liner notes or program listing? My 3 CDs each have what looks like the original liner notes but there is nothing inside the DVD sleeve. I tried a search on the net but couldn't get an answer to that one.
[EDIT] You have to laugh sometimes. I found an unboxing video on the tube and it went exhaustively through every part of the box and the CDs - and when it got to the DVD - the video jumped forward to them holding the disc. It looks like there may not be a leaflet but it's difficult to be sure.
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