Just like there are Latin and African records where you have no clue what’s going on but you get it anyway, that effect is going on here. An impressionistic look at the Hindu side of love, you wouldn’t mistake this for an album like ‘Miles Davis for Lovers’ but the love message seems to come through loud and clear. With sonic seasonings to take you well beyond the pale and behind the veils of love, this could easily pass for a spiritual version of Barry White on the other side of the Ganges. Of course, young gringos will want to play this with some of their fave soon to be legal herb just like their grandparents did when they listened to sonic world exploration by Paul Horn and the rest. Hot stuff for the forward thinking and left leaning.