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Dancing Home

by Sandi Siegel

Western Kirtan music and folk originals along with Vedic chant of Durgaa Suuktam . Sanskrit inspired songs for devotional call and response. Bassoon joins the traditional harmonium , tabla and guitar as well as electronic synths, electric bass and guitar.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Kumbakonam Calling
0:31 album only
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2. Home (Nataraja Rave)
11:25 album only
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3. In the Reeds (feat. Cassandra Bendickson & Ani Jackson)
3:54 album only
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4. Kaala Bhairavam Bhaje
7:52 album only
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5. Dancing Durga (feat. Jim Roberts)
5:57 album only
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6. Hanuman Heart
8:41 album only
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7. Sanctuary Song (feat. Christopher Smith, David Siegel & Jim Roberts)
5:34 album only
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8. Durgaa Suuktam
4:12 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
As an ardent yoga practitioner I became familiar with Western Kirtan/call and response music while hearing my inspirations Krishna Das and Shantala in classes. I have played different kinds of music my whole life from Chopin to Incubus but in the last several years my practice has become centered around expressing my heart through music as inspired by studies of Hindu mythology . My recent travels to southern India cemented this path and I plan to do more recording and studies for the followup to this cd. As an ardent student of Sanskrit and Rajanaka Tantra, I wish to blend my western music with Vedic chanting and more traditional slokas and Indian hymns such was was done on the Kaala Bhairavam Bhaje Track. I have included the bassoon in many of the tracks perhaps a first for kirtan music and it really accentuates and brings out the mood of these songs.

I also write folk and singer/songwriter songs but that will follow.


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