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I love this raag:

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Is there any information on Thakur Singh, what can one say about the voice, out of this world..I've heard of the Almast name, but would like to read up on their history!

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Is there any information on Thakur Singh, what can one say about the voice, out of this world..I've heard of the Almast name, but would like to read up on their history!

http://gurmatsangeet.blogspot.co.uk/2007/05/in-search-of-almast.html?m=1

http://www.gurmatsangeetproject.com/Pages/RareRecordings.asp

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If you reside in UK, please contact Dharsan Singh Sohal of Southall - who was the senior student of Gian Singh Almast.

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Love Ragi Baldev Singh's (Gnnsj) kirtan. Does anyone know where I can get more Shabads of his.

http://gnnsj.tv/audio/index.php?q=f&f=%2FBhai+Baldev+Singh+Ji+Ragi+Various

https://m.soundcloud.com/thesyf/sets/bhai-baldev-singh-ji-ragi

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One of my top 10 kirtanis

- Heard this first 20 odd years ago now, what an amazing shabad.
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This is my favourite Kirtain track at the moment it's so sweet everyone should listen to this

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I like the garden in the above post ??? lots of nice flowers.

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For my Brothers and Sisters who miss Guru Pita ji

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