Cafe Da Silva | Meditations with the Orishas 1

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Meditations with the Orishas 1

by Cafe Da Silva

A meditation album with Brazilian percussion and India sitar. Each song is approximately 20 minutes long for a deep relaxing experience based on Afro-Brazilan culture.
Genre: World: Afro-Brazilian
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Eshu
22:11 $3.50
2. Oshun Prayer
20:39 $3.50
3. Olorun Olodummare
22:25 $3.50
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Café - "Coffee" in Portuguese... is the nickname of the great Brazilian percussionist, singer, songwriter, and producer, whose career has garnered international recognition and respect. A prolific artist, and sensitive producer, with the determination and professionalism of a businessman, Café has contributed to both Brazilian and World Music with his own perspectives and talents enhancing the work of countless other artists. The list of Brazilian artists would include: Chico Buarque, Milton Nascimento, Djavan, Simone, Gilberto Gil, and Emilio Santiago. In the U.S. the list includes greats such as: Stevie Winwood, James Last, Phillippe Saisse, Sadao Watanabe, The New York Samba Band, Roberta Flack, Steve Khan, David Byrne, Tania Maria, Herbie Mann, Larry Coryell, Morthiam, Gato Barbieri, Vinx, Michael Franks, Harry
Belafonte, Chuck Mangione, Jon Lucien, Dave Liebman, Eliane Elias, Rob Mounsey's Flying Monkey Orchestra, Ernie Watts, Paquito d'Rivera, James Taylor, Stevie Wonder, Sergio Mendes, and with Randy Brecker on his Grammy Award winning "INTO THE SUN." His website is



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