WAH! | Chanting with Wah!

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Chanting with Wah!

by WAH!

A collection of chants from Hindu traditions, performed with traditional instruments (harmonium, violin, tabla, kartals). This CD has a simple, uplifting energy.
Genre: World: World Traditions
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Jai Ma
6:51 album only
2. Govind Jaya Jaya
4:20 album only
3. Shree Ram Jai Ram
5:49 album only
4. Sita Ram
8:21 album only
5. Krishna Govind
4:12 album only
6. Krishna
6:03 album only
7. Shree Ram OM
2:18 album only


Album Notes
Kelly McCartney/www.allmusic.com
This isn't your "usual" kirtan chanting, if you consider Krishna Das and his posse to be usual. It's not all gussied up with Western instruments and such. And that's what is really nice about this disc — its simplicity and the beauty that is revealed through it. Using only harmonium and tabla, with a little violin here and there to support her voice, Wah! pours out her devotion, first to her own guru, then to Lords Krishna and Rama. She covers a lot of familiar ground with the traditional "Govinda Jaya Jaya," "Shree Ram Jay Ram," "Sita Ram," and "Krishna Govinda." (June 2002)

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Fe R.

There are beautiful and strong songs. I am also greatful to my yoga teacher for bringing this to me! Thanks CD Baby :)

Sarah S.

a favorite
Great album -- very mellow and soulful. The singing is hauntingly beautiful, the accompaniments spare and folky (my favorite kind -- I am not a new-age music fan). Am very grateful to my yoga teacher for bringing this into my world!