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Remember Shakti – The Believer

Remember Shakti - The Believer
Live album by Remember Shakti
Released 3 October 2000
Genre World
Length 137:11
Label Verve
Producer John McLaughlin, Daniel Richard
Remember Shakti chronology
Remember Shakti
Remember Shakti - The Believer
Remember Shakti – Saturday Night in Bombay
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
All About Jazz (very favorable)[2]

Remember Shakti – The Believer is a live album by the world fusion band Remember Shakti released 2000 on the Verve label. The live set features John McLaughlin on guitar, electric mandolinist U. Srinivas, Vikku Selvaganesh playing ghatam, and tabla player Zakir Hussain.The album peaked number 20 in the Billboard Top Jazz Albums chart.[3]


  • Track listing 1
  • Personnel 2
  • Chart performance 3
  • References 4

Track listing

  1. "5 In The Morning, 6 In The Afternoon"(John McLaughlin)18:13
  2. "Ma No Pa"(JZakir Hussain)14:56
  3. "Lotus Feet"(McLaughlin)7:07
  4. "Maya"(U. Srinivas)13:39
  5. "Anna"(McLaughlin)10:36
  6. "Finding The Way"(McLaughlin)12:40


Other credits
  • Max Costa – mastering, mixing
  • Steve Hoffman – engineer
  • Sven Hoffman – engineer, mixing assistant
  • John Newcott – release coordinator
  • Christian Pégand – production coordination
  • Holger Schwark – engineer
  • Freddy Zerbib – management

Chart performance

Year Chart Position
2000 Billboard Top Jazz Albums 20[3]


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