- Divine Unison
- Sangita Kalanidhis Semmangudi R. Srinivasa Iyer
& M. S. Subbulakshmi
EMI India CDNF 147838-39 (2 CDs)
- Sree Lakshmi Varaham - Abhogi/Adi - Muthuswami Dikshitar
- Swarajati: Rave Himagiri - Todi/Adi - Shyama Sastri (14'21)
- Entarani - Harikambhoji/Adi - Tyagaraja (8'15)
- Sri Kantimathim - Hemavathi/Adi - Muthuswami Dikshitar (4'54)
- Evari Mata - Kambhoji/Adi - Tyagaraja (6'10)
- E Nati Nomu - Bhairavi/Adi - Tyagaraja (6'12)
- Teliyaleru Rama - Dhenuka/Adi - Tyagaraja (6'24)
- Ennaga Manasu - Nilambari/Adi - Tyagaraja (4'56)
- Rama Nee Samanamevaru - Kharaharapriya/Rupakam - Tyagaraja
- Itu Sahasamulu - Saindavi/Adi - Swati Tirunal (3'07)
- Maye Tvam - Tarangini/Adi - Muthuswami Dikshitar (4'06)
- Javali: Sakhiprana - Chechuruti/Adi - Dharmapuri Subbarayar
- Slokam: Moulav Ganga - Appaya Dikshitar
Shiva Shiva Shiva Bho - Nadanamakriya/Mishra Jhampa - Mysore
Maharaja Jayachamaraja (8'07)
- Tillana - Jenjhooti/Adi - Veena Seshanna (4'28)
- Mangalam (2'31)
Accompanists are not named.
Sound quality: fairly good
Recording date: 1967; CD re-issue: 1999
This is certainly an intriguing combination, although M.S.
Subbulakshmi is clearly the backing vocalist during any of the
demanding passages. For easy things, they sing more in unison.
But it is not a "jugalbandi" in any sense, as there is
The major issue is that some songs have been edited for the
release, and so some tracks are rather abrupt especially at their
beginning (alapana cutoff). Ultimately, although there are some
very compelling tracks, the program as a whole is too much of an
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T. M. McComb