I ordered this record originally from India, the cover was in good condition but the vinyl was warped... Fortunately I eventually found another copy online in good condition but had a generic cover - and finally matched the good cover with the good vinyl... Talk about being OCD!
I also found a obscure remastered version of this album on CD. Although the CD version was done pretty well, it's missing the brightness in frequency range that's apparent on the vinyl. This is quite typical for CD mastering to cut out a lot of frequencies in the high and mid-range. I was startled by this difference when comparing my Ravi Shankar LP collection to the CD re-masters on my Yamaha studio monitors (I had assumed most of the CD re-masters would sound better... goes to show...).
Label: His Master's Voice – ECSD 2412
A - Raga Darbari Kanada (Gat Teental, Dhun Dadra)
B - Raga Tilak Kamod (Gat Teental, Dhun Dadra)
Digitised with: Project Essential II Turntable, Ortofon Red Stylus, recorded as WAV in Audacity (sound reduction on surface noise + click removal) and then saved as WAV and 256kbps (variable) MP3.