A masterpiece by Brij Bhushan Kabra, the master of Hindustani classical music on guitar! In India, the guitar was introduced by Hawaiian musicians in the 1920s, and later became widely popular in popular music and film music. He studied under Ali Akbar Khan, who deepened his knowledge of the instrument, and his music has a classical depth as well as a calm, relaxed mood and lightness. This may be due to the fact that the guitar is free from the weight of continuous performance tradition. The method of playing the guitar is also unconventional, as it is played horizontally on the lap, and I think there is a fascination when one follows one's own inner desires and creates something that has never been done before. I recommend this album to anyone who loves Indian music and guitar, or anyone who just wants to relax and unwind. It has been newly remastered and is only available in one pressing, so don't miss it. This one, Lure of the Desert, is an exploration of the folk music of Rajasthan. The hypnotic rhythms and meandering guitar ragas create a desert-like trance world.