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Beatles in the 17th century

It's like singing Kishore Kumar songs in the dhrupad style! In Beatles go Baroque rock and roll tunes are set to a rich, old-sounding orchestra

A Ravi Shankar retro

Indian music stormed the West when Pandit Ravi Shankar played to huge pop audiences in the 1960s. You can now hear all those historic recordings in a meticulously documented and remastered series

V are not like that only

Is Channel V a music channel any more? In the last fortnight, it has changed its programmes so drastically you'd be forgiven if you thought it was some adventure channel

Marrying jazz to rock

Miles Davis was a great innovator and dared to break away from those who had revolutionised jazz to mean be-bop to come up with his own 'cool jazz'

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