Samanayo | Ayllu (Live)

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Ayllu (Live)

by Samanayo

Sacred Shamanic Healing Sounds recorded live! Journey deep within!
Genre: New Age: Shamanic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Courage (Live)
1:30 album only
2. Trace (Live)
3:16 album only
3. Ledge (Live)
1:25 album only
4. Salut (Live)
5:26 album only
5. Flute Mash (Live)
4:16 album only
6. Hapi Coqui (Live)
3:11 album only
7. Prairies (Live)
3:58 album only
8. Other Views (Live)
2:57 album only
9. The Coco Wasi Flute Song (Live)
5:04 album only
10. Three (Live)
1:11 album only
11. Rise (Live)
2:54 album only
12. Paiute (Live)
3:32 album only
13. Wasi (Live)
8:08 album only
14. Wait (Live)
2:56 album only
15. Forgiveness (Live)
4:18 album only
16. Ashes (Live)
3:47 album only
17. Smiley Creek (Live)
7:34 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
This is our third Sacred Shamanic Sound album recorded live and professionally mastered. Slip in the disc, put on your headphones and take a deep journey within. This album features a mix of gongs, drums, chanting, chacapa (Amazonian plant rattle), maracas, Peruvian flute, silver flute and electric clarinet by James Elston, didgeridoo by Kevin Black, Native American flute by Matthew McNall. Sit back, close your eyes, enjoy the ride!
So here we go again, along the continuum, the never-ending journey. An amalgam of sacred space, travel through the physical and multi-dimensional, moving energy, holding space, trying not to get caught up in the stories, the projections, the imbalance. Trying to live with integrity “the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles.” We are only human, we have our imperfections. And we are grateful for the opportunities to really look at ourselves and see within, to witness the mechanisms, to grow and develop, to evolve.

And, so now we present a work of art, sacred spaces, sacred sounds, our new album. The third such piece Victoria and I have done together. This one called Ayllu (pronounced eye-you) is a quechua term, the language of the Andes and the most common spoken indigenous language of the modern day. Ayllu represents community, not just immediate and extended family structure but others who represent the building blocks for a healthy and sustainable way of communicating and living. The term was used for this album because of the people involved in making the sounds that have been impacting the many people with whom we work. Credit to Victoria Bliss, James Elston, Kevin Black, Matthew McNall, Jon Lovgren.

The cover is a photograph by Gray as the lava flowed into the ocean on the Big Island this year. It captures the face of Mama Pele, the sacred Goddess of Fire, with the lava flowing from her eye.

And many thanks to Reuben Langdon, who has been capturing our story and will tell it when the time is right. His first filming of us was one and half years back. He took the first track called Courage and brought it into a short mix. Available on our website. And through this we have to let go of our own self-judgment, accept ourselves, as we try to accept all of our brothers and sisters in all of their ways.

Thank you to all who help provide the lessons and teachings!
With Love, Devotion and Gratitude
Gray and Victoria



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