Some people will enjoy this sort of material and some won't. Likely you know which camp you are in. For what it is worth, the FM capture is pretty good for being 43 years ago.
This was downloaded from a fairly well known torrent site devoted to live music of all sorts. If one were to Google the word "Dimeadozen," I am sure that one would run into their site pretty quickly.
The original text file (with some editing by me) is as follows:
John Handy & Ali Akbar Khan
November 3, 1972
West Berlin, Germany
Track List (1:02:22):
1. Unknown - 23:34
2. Unknown - 11:58
3. Unknown - 16:11
4. Unknown - 10:37
John Handy - alto saxophone
Ali Akbar Khan - sarod
Zakir Hussain - tabla
pre-FM reel >? >DAT >HDD via coax to Midiman Audiophile 2496 @48 kHz >CoolEdit Pro 2.0 >CD Wave >Trader's Little Helper >FLAC (level 6, ASB)
I feel that I should point out that the text file claims this to be a "pre-FM" -- that is, a direct dub of the tape that was recorded at the concert and then played on the air. It sounds more like a regular FM capture to me, although it may simply be that there are a number of analog generations (cassette copies of cassettes being traded among collectors) as represented by the "?" in the lineage. There was some static which was carefully removed in Audacity and overall I am fairly happy with the resulting sound.
A youtube video featuring the complete John Handy album featuring Ali Akbar Khan and entitled "Karuna Supreme."
Karuna is usually translated as "compassion" and I think that is close enough to what it means that I don't feel like splitting hairs about it.