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Saura Yatra

by Solar Punch

An audio snapshot of our Solar Trek in the Nepali Himalayas in November, 2013 - acoustic breezes, meditation bowls, bouzouki strumming - a high-elevation meditation through peaceful vibration!
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Simsime Pani Ma
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2. Jsk
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3. Bhoomi Din
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4. Offering of Light
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5. Interlude: Bhairab Kunda (feat. Matthew Dow)
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6. Om Mani Padme Hum
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7. Sandy's Calling
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8. Om Nama Shivaya
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9. Interlude: Duguna Fort
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10. River I Am
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11. Resham Firiri
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12. Sing, Sing, Sing
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13. We Are the Light
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Our new album Saura Yatra is a delightful departure from our hard-rock enviro-songs. Though still connected to environmental questions and climate solutions, this time around we also explored Nepali folks songs and Spiritual Mantra music. Bandmate Alan Bigelow composed an Earth Day song in Hindi and bandmate james dean conklin wrote a song in Hindi about Rivers and how we're so connected to their rise and fall.

The new album also features the band in an all-acoustic config - Alan is playing the Turkish Cumbus, Flute and Percussion, james dean conklin is playing an Irish Bouzouki, Tabla and bells, Andrew Mattina is playing the Ukelele and Shruti Box and guest musician Paul Harris performs flute on a few tracks and Matthew Dow performs a couple Tibetan Singing Bowl interlude pieces. We had the bonus of having Fred Gillen Jr. sing with us in the chorus of 'Sing, Sing, Sing'. Fred wrote the song and we were recording it at his own studio!

Our next album is already in work and will be a return to a much more rock and roll sound - in the meantime, please enjoy our newest release Saura Yatra and we hope to see you greenly down the trail!

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