Lanny Cordola | An Afghan Lullaby

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An Afghan Lullaby

by Lanny Cordola

An Afghan Lullaby was inspired by the suicide bombing deaths of 2 Afghan Girls-Sisters Parwana and Khorshid in Kabul,Afghanistan on September 8 2012-This collection of songs is what emerged after Lanny Cordola traveled to Kabul to meet their Family.
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1. The Exploding Crucifixion
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2. Little Wing
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3. The Sun
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4. Another Mother Weeping
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5. The Glorious Land
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6. No Surprises
3:54 $0.99
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7. Behishta
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8. Mursal
2:45 $0.99
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9. The Curious Line of Mingled Pain
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10. I Will Be Your Bodyguard
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11. Immaculate Heart Sister
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12. If It Be Your Will
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Album Notes
The 12 Soul Hymns on An Afghan Lullaby address the loss and hope of one family in Kabul,Afghanistan. The Family of sisters Parwana and Khorshid who were killed by a suicide bomber in Kabul,Afghanistan September 8 2012.The first 6 songs address this loss for as the artist discovered while traveling to Kabul these Afghan sisters symbolize not only the anguish of one family but the plight of girls and women across this war torn country.The last six songs represent the hope and the power of music and art to give voice to the sorrow and in the end to be a force of Healing and Transformation.

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