Al Gromer Khan | Tibet Shakti

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Tibet Shakti

by Al Gromer Khan

The singing bowls are made of seven types of metal. The overtone-rich sounds of the bowls lead inwards, leading from an objective emotive sphere to an intimate one, and subsequently into a sphere of universal emotion and detachment. The Tibetan word for this is Shamatha. Through a minimalistic approach a kind of satisfaction arises.
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1. Sha
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2. Ma
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3. Tha
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Album Notes
Retailing Insight – December 9, 2014:
Al Gromer Khan is best known for fusing Indian sitar music with electronics to create exotic, ambient soundscapes. Tibet Shakti is a dramatic departure for him, on which he plays a variety of Tibetan and Bengali singing bowls–and that’s it. The tones and verberations from these instruments impart a sense of deep calm and stillness. In the liner notes, Gromer Khan uses the Tibetan term “shamatha” to describe the effect, which loosely translates as “peacefully abiding”. The artist plays the bowls with patient grace, allowing the tones to intersect and overlap like ripples on a reflecting pond. This is one of the most intimate albums of the year, and I found it utterly relaxing.



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