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Al Gromer Khan - Sitar Secrets FLAC Performer: Al Gromer Khan
Album: Sitar Secrets
Country: US
Released: 10 Feb 2009
Style: Ambient, Indian Classical, New Age, Tribal
Label: New Earth Records
Genre: Electronic / World
Catalog #: NE 2918, NE 2918-2
Size FLAC: 1171 mb.
Size MP3: 1630 mb.
Rating: 4.6/5
Votes: 001
Record Source: CD, Album


1Caru Caru3:10
2Raga Sarasvati14:08
3I Got Vilayat Khan's Blessing4:11
4A Bageswari Poem3:20
5Raga Tilak Kamod5:35
6Raga Ahir Bhairav Alaap6:05
7Raga Ahir Bhairav Gat6:11
8A Tantric Song2:26
9PB's Bombay Club2:36


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
84460Al Gromer Khan Indian Music II ‎(CD, Album)Tea Time Music84460Germany2008


  • Art DirectionWaduda Paradiso
  • Creative DirectorBhikkhu Schober
  • Design [Graphic Design]Enrique Figueredo
  • Drum [Hand Drum]N.S. Nagasuoami
  • Liner NotesAl Gromer Khan, Kelly Sapergia
  • Noises [Guitar Noises]Peter Maunu
  • Sitar, Surbahar, Sound DesignerAl Gromer Khan
  • TablaSuman Sarkar


(C) 2009 New Earth Records
Manufactured in the USA and printed in Canada

Catalog number on spines: NE 2918
Catalog number on disc and tray card: NE 2918-2

Packaged in a clear-tray jewel case wraped under a frontal L card with an accompanying 6-page booklet and a catalog-request postcard.


  • Barcode (Text): 7 14266 29182 8
  • Matrix / Runout: TSI CA 1010531 SITAR SECRETS #2918-2 TSI TOLL FREE 800-310-0800
  • Mastering SID Code: none
  • Mould SID Code: none


  • Copyright (c) – New Earth Records
  • Manufactured By – TSI
  • Published By – Shiva Shakti Music Publishing


However, unlike the many Western dilettantes who have picked up the sitar over the years, Al Gromer Khan doesn't just approach the instrument as an exotic novelty or a facile way to hint at spiritual depth. On the unfortunately titled Sitar Secrets he creates original compositions that refer to classical forms without being bound by them, and that convey a sense of contemplative wonder without pretending to any goal more transcendent than that. Sitar Secrets. Al Gromer Khan - Sitar Secrets 2009. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. New Age Ambient. Al Gromer Khan. Songs in album Al Gromer Khan - Sitar Secrets 2009. Al Gromer Khan - I Got Vilayat Khan's Blessing. Al Gromer Khan - Raga Ahir Bhairav Alaap. Al Gromer Khan - Raga Ahir Bhairav Gat. Al Gromer Khan - Raga Sarasvati. Al Gromer Khan - PB's Bombay Club. Al Gromer Khan - A Bageswari Poem. Al Gromer Khan - A Tantric Song. Al Gromer Kha. Listen free to Al Gromer Khan Sitar Secrets I Got Vilayat Khan's Blessing, Raga Ahir Bhairav Alaap and more. 9 tracks 47:48. Al Gromer Khan, of German descent, was born in 1946 as Alois Gromer. Living short periods of time in India, Morrocco and England, Gromer began experimenting with different musical styles. After attending a session with the famous Hindustani sitarist Vilayat Khan, Gromer was so intrigued he decided to dedicate his musical career studying the sitar. Album starts at 168BPM, ends at 159BPM -9, with tempos within the 77-168BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing. Marva Sitar Boogie - Al Gromer Khan. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Format: CD , Album. Land: US. Veröffentlicht: 10 Feb 2009. Genre: Electronic , Folk, World, & Country. Al Gromer Khan Format: Audio CD. From the cover: Sitar Secrets is yet another mesmerizing album from ambient sound architect Al Gromer Khan. Al Gromer Khan is a German-born sitar player and composer whose music spans the multiple genres of ambient, new age, world and electronica. He is author of 4 novels and author of National-Radio documentaries and features about music since more than 25 years and works as a visual artist. Al Gromer Khan was awarded the RABINDRANATH TAGORE CULTURAL PRIZE 2015 for his lifetime achievement as musicianperformer on sitar and surbahar of the highest order, composer, writer and visual artist by the Indo. Al Gromer Khan Sitar and electronic ambient music. Amelia Cuni Voice. Thom Brennan - Mist album - Продолжительность: 59:29 Mike McCool 353 335. Indian Flute GROMER KHANIn High Places: Inspired by Beatles singing get back to where you once belonged, Khan takes his musical trip back to jump, back to his roots when the cosmos existed only in his head. Expanding from that inner space, this is no mere hippy dippy noodling. This is some finely wrought sounds and soundscapes that guide you down the inner path to a place where consciousness exists in its own time zone