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Bangla Desh - The Tribes

Bangla Desh - The Tribes

Release Date 1972

Album Condition Very Good +

Jacket Condition Very Good

Publisher Pickwick 33

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The Tribes - Bangla Desh is a music album that was released in 1972. The album features various artists who came together to raise funds for the victims of the Bangladesh Liberation War. The album was produced by George Harrison, who was a member of the Beatles, and Ravi Shankar, an Indian musician.

The album features a mix of Indian classical music and Western rock music. The songs are sung in Bengali, Hindi, and English. The album includes performances by George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Leon Russell, and other notable musicians.

The album's title, Bangla Desh, refers to the name given to East Pakistan during the Bangladesh Liberation War. The war was fought between East Pakistan and West Pakistan, and it resulted in the creation of the independent nation of Bangladesh.

The album was a commercial success, and it raised a significant amount of money for the relief efforts in Bangladesh. The album's success also helped to raise awareness about the situation in Bangladesh and the need for humanitarian aid.

Overall, The Tribes - Bangla Desh is a powerful and moving album that showcases the talents of some of the world's most renowned musicians. It is a testament to the power of music to bring people together and to make a positive impact on the world.


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