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by Amber Field's Caravan

Entrancing vocals dance with cosmic crystal bowls, Indian strings, Turkish percussion, didgeridoo and electric bass as kirtan chants, Sufi melodies, and tribal beats transport you on a soulful journey into haunting, hybrid soundscapes of bliss.
Genre: New Age: Spiritual
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Mourning After
4:43 $0.99
2. She Becomes Sun
4:21 $0.99
3. Trickster Wink
3:22 $0.99
4. Serendip
6:12 $0.99
5. Rumble
4:03 $0.99
6. Summon
7:10 $0.99
7. At the Ganga
4:24 $0.99
8. Mud Bath
2:05 $0.99
9. Desert Reverie
8:02 $0.99
10. Lucid Dream
4:19 $0.99
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Join Amber Field’s Caravan to Serendip, where entrancing vocals dance with cosmic crystal bowls, Indian strings, Turkish percussion, didgeridoo and electric bass.

"Serendip’s kirtan chants, Sufi melodies, and tribal beats will transport you on a soulful journey into haunting, hybrid soundscapes of bliss."--MInal Hajratwala, PEN USA award, Leaving India

Serendip is the ancient name for Sri Lanka. The album title is inspired by a Persian fairy tale The Three Princes of Serendip. As the princes travel through lands far from their own, they are sent on various quests—but what they discover is far more wondrous than what they sought. Serendip is such a journey.

In the Mourning After, wake up to the quiet longing of the Gayatri Mantra in She Becomes Sun, and then set out for the day with a Trickster Wink. Find your bliss at a dance party on the island of Serendip. Delight in the Rumble of an afternoon thunderstorm and follow the Summon to celebrate the sunset At the Ganga. Immerse yourself in a Mud Bath and then lose your cares in a meandering Desert Reverie. When night comes, fall asleep and awaken to your own divinity in Lucid Dream.

Amber Field: vocals, esraj, didgeridoo, djembe, Arabic tambourine, shakers, cabasa, electronic tampura www.amberfieldmusic.com
Sam Jackson: crystal bowls, bells, shakers, vocals on track 7 www.vibrantstillness.com
Mustafa Canyurt: darbuka, udu, shakers, bells, vocals on track 6 www.artussanat.com
Jeff Martin: electric bass, moog bass

All songs composed and performed by Amber Field and Sam Jackson except Track 6 composed by Amber Field, Mustafa Canyurt, and Sam Jackson.

All lyrics by Amber Field except Track 6 by Amber Field and Mustafa Canyurt.
Gayatri, Tara, and Ganesh mantras on Tracks 2, 8, 9.

Produced by Amber Field.
Co-produced, recorded and mixed by Jeff Martin at Studio E, Sebastopol, CA.
Mastered by Jason Andrews.

Graphic Design: Alberto March-Tobella of Grafmarc www.grafmarc.com
CD label art: Jeanette Robsahm, Graphic Impressionist
Back cover photo of Amber: Stani Photography www.staniphotography.com

Sometimes silence is a sleeping siren soaking grace. As the veil between the worlds lifts, how long will we last? Like a horse galloping through the trees, like your hair in my hands, I bleed when you bleed. I can hear your whisper underneath my fingernails. I remember pieces of us like stardust encased. Blessed love not forgotten, it streams out of me a song. —Carmen Wilson, poem for Amber Field, copyright 2013



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Arthur Haywood

Soothing music
Amber's music is very calm and soothing. The harmonious notes help to withdraw my tensions while making my artwork.


Love it. Great for Yoga
I've been obsessed with this album for the last six months. It's an optimal soundtrack for teaching yoga. Many of my students have come up to me after class asking about it. The songs span the full spectrum of emotion, tell a complex story, and are stunningly beautiful and powerful while also having a beat that's playful enough to encourage creative. Love it.