Katsük | Stalking the Root Meditation

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Stalking the Root Meditation

by Katsük

A transformative guided meditation of the Hero's Journey into the refilling and renewing fountain of our being; set to a powerful soundscape of world instrumentation that lifts, digs deep and pulls, this album is a dynamic movement that can change lives.
Genre: New Age: Meditation
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Stalking the Root (Instrumental)
51:13 album only
2. Stalking the Root (Guided Meditation) [feat. Charles Gaby]
51:13 album only
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Album Notes
KatsüK is a conscious world folk fusion group with an infectious tribal ethereal pop atmosphere that feels like an epic cinematic soundscape. Their music evokes the euphoric but somewhat dangerous feeling of falling in love—driving very fast down dark roads with the headlights off. Created by composer/performer Daniel Katsük and accompanied by a phenomenal group of world-beat and symphonic instrumentalists, the sound is a fiercely prolific, dynamic and an exhilarating musical experience replete with movements ranging from folk to meditative to rock to reggae to raga to funk and soul to highly charged percussive eruptions to sweet and melodious symphonic textures. "One of the best things about this band is their live performance. They create an atmosphere that envelops the listener like a wall of sound one does not want to escape from. They are powerful performance artists who weave smoky, woodsy vocals into elemental guitar melodies, harmonies, and percussion" ~Fort Worth Texas Magazine~

“Weaving together an impressively thick sonic tapestry,” Fort Worth-based KatsüK and their “massive Middle Eastern sound” call to mind both “Dead Can Dance and acoustic Led Zeppelin.” ~Harder Beat Magazine~



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