Michael Perricone | Journey of Seven Bowls

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Journey of Seven Bowls

by Michael Perricone

Yoga Journal Says: Journey of Seven Bowls - …its fusion of Arab, classical Indian and American folk and pop music creates a calming background for meditation or a contemplative yoga practice. Guitarist-Producer Michael Perricone … opens the album with
Genre: New Age: Meditation
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1. Dawn
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2. Chandra
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3. Mirage
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4. Shantih
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5. The Coyote
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6. Chandra (remix)
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7. Healer
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8. Arrival
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Album Notes
Journey of Seven Bowls - "Guitarist-Producer Michael Perricone ... opens the album with the sounds of gongs, [Tibetan] bowls, nay, and Perricone's ragalike guitar figures, producing a feeling of vast, peaceful open space - a sky full of notes dancing effortlessly, like kites splashing unexpected color across the face of a cloud. "Excerpt from Yoga Journal review 2005

I created this music to go along with my own daily yoga practice. I wanted something that would help me shed the stress of the day and quickly bring my mind into a calm space. I've always been fascinated by the pure tone of the Tibetan singing bowls and always wanted to record them. It seemed like the perfect starting point. I played seven different brass bowls on this recording, most of which are close to one hundred years old. I then built the rest of the music around them, and along the way created more than a yoga CD. It turned out to be a journey, a musical oddyssey. It became the "Journey of Seven Bowls".

Abhiman Kaushal - Tabla
Ali Jihad Racy - Kawala, Nay and `ud
Jahna - Vocals
Michael Perricone - Tibetan Singing Bowls, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Editive Synthesis, Recording and Mixing
Raghunath - Harmonium
Casio Duarte - Additional Percussion

Cover Painting by Iva Hladis www.ivahladis.com

Mastered by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering

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L Caravella

Fabulous CD!
A perfectly relaxing escape. A great CD to listen to at the end of a stressful day or anytime you want to unwind!
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D Toups

Great stuff
CD "Journey of Seven Bowls" was a gift... I got word the music is very relaxing to chant with and some tracks very deep to themselves. The disk arrived on time in good condition as promised. Thanks, CD Baby!
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Journey of seven bowls

It's Great, more than what I expected!
I really do love this CD especially #4. It is a great CD not only for meditation but also just for sitting back relaxing and trying to calm your mind. I was very impressed with this CD. It is a wonderful addition to my collection!
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Lauren

I'm addicted to this CD! My entire being goes "ahhhhh!" and totally unwinds when
I am addicted to this CD. My entire being goes "ahhhh!" and totally unwinds when I put it on. The experience is not like listening to ordinary music - it actually gives me the physical sensation of total relaxation and bliss. Today I took a chance and played it while driving... although I was in heavey traffic (and had a headache when I first took off) by the time I got to my destination, I felt as if I'd just had a massage or finished a long meditation. My headache was gone, and I felt light and peaceful. My 7 year old, who was in the car with me, was unusually calm as well!
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