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Pangaia | Earth Rights

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Earth Rights

by Pangaia

Shamanic Tribal Grooves- Bilingual Earth-Inspired Poetry/Songs with Ancestral Instruments
Genre: New Age: Shamanic
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1. Earth Rights
6:29 $1.50
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2. Ancestors Song
6:34 $1.50
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3. Fall Sounds
3:36 $1.50
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4. Birthsong Exile
9:48 $1.50
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5. Winter
4:06 $1.50
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6. Our Holy Mother
5:03 $1.50
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7. Spring Sounds
3:41 $1.50
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8. Dualistic Blessing
3:17 $1.50
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9. Summer
3:51 $1.50
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10. Lamento
8:34 $1.50
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11. Where We All Belong (Prelude)
2:18 $1.50
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12. Where We All Belong (Concerto)
4:15 $1.50
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Earth Rights (Derechos de la Tierra) is an album meant to be an antidote to climate change.
We create primal, multilingual music reconnecting us with our origins inspired by our Ancestors and our love of the Earth.
This new CD was inspired by Evo Morales, first president of Bolivia who wanted to re-claim the Rights of Pachamama.
I heard clearly the call to "give Earth a voice" and bring forward a new sound who could reconnect us to our "Earth skin".
This project resembles the Native American medicine wheel and the four seasons. There are 12 songs...three for each quarter of the year with its own unique moods and energies. The CD opens with a Manifesto of declaring Earth as a whole conscious organism followed by calling the "Ancestors". From there on, it is a circular piece starting with Fall sounds. Three of the songs are grieving pieces wanting to give permission to emotions unexplored or expressed. The CD finishes with a percussive grooving song aiming to bring the past-present and future into alignment. This whole project wants to bring you into the forest...into the natural world...into a direct experience of connection.

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