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Hobo

by Siriom Singh

A journey into enlightenment, combining original lyrics with mantras from various traditions, and a poem by the mystic Sufi poet Rumi, with uplifting music ranging from blues to reggae, soul to country, classical Indian flavor and spoken word.
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1. Long Time Way
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2. Hobo
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3. Take Me Back
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4. The Source
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5. Chickpea to Cook
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6. Your Tears
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7. There Is But One God
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8. One Day
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9. Don't Let the Sun
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Welcome to HOBO, a messenger for a New Age.
We are at the beginning of a new age. The world is going through a paradigm shift, and as our consciousness is being elevated, we face the need for a spiritual journey into enlightenment, realizing who we are and where we are going, so that we can make a difference in our life and in the world. This is the message HOBO brings to you.

HOBO walks you through the steps of this journey:
The first song Long Time Way is about realizing that life as it has been has run its course and it is time to make a change.
Hobo takes you on the journey. You need to give up what you know and your comfort to be kissed by the divine.
Take Me Back speaks of finding a teacher, a guide to take you through the process. It is dedicated to Guru Ram Das, the fourth guru of the Sikh faith, creator of miracles.
The Source combines the Sikh Mul mantra – the mantra of foundation, with the Indian music scale. You need to connect with your center if you desire to be elevated.
Chickpea To Cook is a beloved poem by the mystic Sufi poet Rumi, in the beautiful translation of Coleman Barks. To achieve transformation one needs to go through the fire.
Your Tears was inspired by a graffiti I saw on a wall in Tel Aviv. It said “Your Tears Are Like My Tears”. It is my belief that there is no personal enlightenment without awareness of our connection with others, and without striving for social justice.
There Is But One God calls on the names of God in English, Gurumuki, Arabic and Hebrew. No matter what we call the divine, it is but One God. Connecting with the divine is the ultimate step on the road to enlightenment.
When you have found your center, gone through the fire, connected with your fellow humans and with God, you are ready for Peace. One Day we will be together, and peace be all around.
Being enlightened does not mean being divorced from life. Live life fully, enjoy yourself, and Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on You.
I was joined by many amazing musicians who put in their time and musical talent to help make HOBO a reality. Many thanks to Sam Haines (bass, cello), Spence Blevins (guitar, citar), Todd Zieseniss (congas), Jeff Donnelly (harmonica), GuruGanesha Singh Khalsa (electric guitar on One Day), Dillon Haas (piano on Your Tears), Theo Thwing, Autin Wright, John Beacher, John Stein, Aza Williams, March Schwarts and Marla Hanan (backup vocals).
I now invite you to get on the train of life with HOBO, and enjoy the ride.

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