Keren Khaya & Friends | How Do I Walk...& Bow Constantly?

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How Do I Walk...& Bow Constantly?

by Keren Khaya & Friends

sacred songs & hebrew medicine mantras: bone-vibrating beats, barebone chant, all original... it is to pray with, sway with, find refuge and strength with.
Genre: World: Chants
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Keeveetee
Keren Khaya
7:00 $1.30
2. Nahar Sh'kheenah
Keren Khaya With Brian Nelson
5:35 $1.30
3. Nafshi
Keren Khaya
5:02 $1.30
4. How Do I Walk...& Bow Constantly?
Keren Khaya With Seva Bears
5:02 $1.30
5. Peet-Khu Li
Keren Khaya With Jeremy Bleich
5:36 $1.30
6. Tza
Keren Khaya With Brian Nelson
2:47 $1.30
7. Sheevti
Keren Khaya With Burt (Abba)
1:58 $1.30
8. Yah Reebon Alam
Keren Khaya
3:20 $1.30
9. Ha'azinah Yah
Keren Khaya With Jeremy Bleich
6:56 $1.30
10. Pee-Hu
Keren Khaya
8:22 $1.30
11. Dodi
Keren Khaya
7:16 $1.30
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Album Notes
“…powerful, engaging and transformative…definitely takes me to a deep and sacred place… And it’s FUN!…”
the ancient text holds power immortal. the hebrew words dance on a page, and then, spiral images through my mind, and too, touch a place where grace, divine mystery and flesh meet. thus, i sing these newly birthing melodies...again and again...until i record them. yah! across time, this medicine is for good. for protection, for grace raining, rest for the weary, or sensuous loving, divine devotion too.
these fresh melodies and rhythms that carry on their waves the ancient words, have truly been medicine for me through many a moment: challenging transitions, fear/faith dialogues, breath-taking grace, and standing in warriorship. recording these was with a fierce pulse-of-heart, knowing that offering the medicine widely is part of the great grace we all serve, here.
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