Ron Esposito | Soul Burst

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Soul Burst

by Ron Esposito

Ethereal crystal and Tibetan singing bowls influenced by Buddhist ritual sound, Indian music and New Age with voice, throat singing, tabla, bansuri flutes, harmonium, acoustic bass, percussion and sitar.
Genre: New Age: Spiritual
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1. Desert Journey
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2. In the Flow
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3. Elementals
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4. Bali
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5. Dark Earth
6:48 $0.99
6. Breathe
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7. Unfolding
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8. Karuna
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9. Looking In
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Album Notes
“I came to the singing bowls because of their purity of sound and vibration. They are like tractor beams for the mind in the way that they focus attention in the present moment. The long resonant tones shift and stack in a cloud-like movement…thoughts going across the empty sky of mind. Much of the music is akin to sound ritual practiced in many spiritual traditions to access the inner stillness that is our core. The sound is intended for a deep listening experience…ascendance on the spiral of consciousness. Know - Love – Serve”

Ron Esposito Soul Burst
Ron Esposito: Crystal Singing Bowls, Tibetan Brass Bowls #1-9; Throat singing, #3, #8
Audrey Causilla: Vocal, harmonium #6
James Feist: Tabla, #1, #2, #4, #7; vocal, #7
Steve Flora: Bass, #2, #3, #5
John Ruzsa: Bansuri flute, #1, #2, #4, #7; Alto flute, #1
Dave Schneider: Sitar, #2, #7
Marc Wolfley: Percussion, #2, #3, #5

Total Time: 54:22

Ron Esposito has released four CDs featuring the crystal and Tibetan singing bowls: “Lifting The Veil: Enneagram Meditations” (with Deborah Ooten), 2008; “Open Heart”, 2009; “We Are One”, 2011 and his latest, “Soul Burst”, 2013. In addition to solo bowls tracks, the recordings feature Native flutes, tabla, bansuri flutes, kalimba, guitar, acoustic bass, electric piano, hammered dulcimer, percussion, sitar, synthesizer, vocals and throat singing.

Ron’s music has been played on the nationally syndicated program, “Echoes” (NPR) and the video for “Open Heart” received a 2010 “Bronze Telly Award” for “Best On-line Video”. He has played the singing bowls for the past three years as part of “World Sound Healing Day” founded by Jonathan Goldman.

Compositions from Ron’s recordings have been featured in the network and cable television shows “Hawaii 5-0” (CBS), “Nashville” (ABC), “Touch” (FOX) and “Common Law” (USA).

Esposito’s life as a musician, producer and recording artist has also included careers as a road manger, public radio broadcaster, jazz club manager, concert promoter and record store owner.

Ron resides in Cincinnati, Ohio where he is a certified Life Coach and Enneagram Teacher at the Conscious Living Center. He performs in concert and at yoga and meditation centers as well as for private events throughout the region.



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