Mimi Seton | The Bridge of Ethers (feat. M.B. Gordy)

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The Bridge of Ethers (feat. M.B. Gordy)

by Mimi Seton

This Indian-influenced CD contains two improvisations dedicated to the Goddesses Bhavani (Social Justice) and Saraswati (Higher Knowledge); a long traditional mantra to Lord Krishna for increase at work, and an ancient song to Lord Shiva.
Genre: Spiritual: Mantras
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1. Improvisation for Bhavani (feat. M.B. Gordy)
12:00 $0.99
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2. Improvisation for Saraswati (feat. M.B. Gordy)
6:22 $0.99
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3. Krishna Gayatri Mantra (feat. M.B. Gordy)
23:32 album only
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4. Aum Shiva (feat. M.B. Gordy)
9:24 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Mimi Seton (Bhavani Marga) studied the Yoga of Chant with master musician and spiritual teacher, Sri Hanuman, in Nice, France. She worked with percussionist/drummer M.B. Gordy on several projects including: SEE BELOW MIDDLE SEA, a non-verbal opera produced by The Mark Taper Forum; pop songs for her collection The Mac Claren Hall Project; and concerts in Los Angeles of her song-performance program, Voice Made Visible. M.B currently plays for Rita Coolidge and runs (his) Riot Drum Studio in L.A.

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Cynthia Moore

Simple and profound
This CD is impeccably sung, beautifully arranged and finely produced. The music is simple and yet profound. Calming and enlivening, Bridge of Ethers is wonderful as a background for meditation or yoga or as a tool for personal contemplation.
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