2011 release, the seventh album from sitar legend Ravi Shankar's daughter. The sitar player and composer has emerged as one of the leading figures in world music having made her first performance when she was just 13-years old. Traveller was produced by Javier Limond. The project, which Anoushka calls a "raga flamenco journey", originated with her wish to retrace the 1000-year-old bond between Indian and Spanish musical traditions.
Universal Music India
1. Inside Me - 3 Min 19 Sec 2. Buleria Con Ricardo - 6 Min 03 Sec 3. Krishna - 5 Min 51 Sec 4. Si No Puedo Verla - 5 Min 16 Sec 5. Dancing In Madness - 4 Min 29 Sec 6. Boy Meets Girl - 4 Min 56 Sec 7. Kanya - 4 Min 55 Sec 8. Traveller - 3 Min 41 Sec 9. Ishq - 4 Min 22 Sec 10. Casi Uno - 5 Min 28 Sec 11. Bhairavi - 10 Min 27 Sec 12. Lola's Lullaby - 4 Min 14 Sec
I am listening her since 'Rise'.... she's definitely grown as an artist. Traveller is a brave attempt indeed, one need to give this album a descent listen in order to understand it. My personal favorite remains Krishna, loved the lyrics rendered by pandit ji and the haunting voice of Shubham mudgal makes it a treat everytm u listen it. Kudis to traveller.
I loved this album a lot. I absolutely love Anoushka playing sitar and she is the main reason I bought this album.She has done remarkable job and I love every song about this album. Krishna was unexpectedly great and other songs are amazing as well.
Traveller was an awesome album. The mix/fusion of Indian and Spanish music was truly mesmerizing. I liked the Traveller very much. The spain percusion flamenco was brilliant. It was totally new to me. Inside me, Traveller, Kanya were intriguing.