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  •  07-26-2006, 9:07 AM 2062

    Music you love

    Please post about your favorite music here. It can be just great dance music or soothing or inspirational or whatever.

    Govinda Hare is my fave song of the moment. It's from the
    Krishna Das album "Pilgrim Heart." From the liner notes:

    Govinda hare, Gopaala hare
    He Prabhu deena dayaala hare

    In India, God is worshiped in every imaginable way. "Prabhu" is a very sweet intimate way of saying "Lord." "Deena Dayaal" is the aspect of the one who has mercy and compassion on those who turn to Him without guile and hidden motive. In this song we sing to the great Friend, to the feeling of love that we have for our best friend. One who doesn't want anything from us other than to be happy and to be ourselves, to be who we are.

    (Then he tells a story of a rollicking fun dream about his guru.)

    The feeling of happiness, friendship and intimacy is still so real that I feel it as I write this. Govinda (Krishna) is the Great Friend of all and loves us with the kind of love that is impossible to find except in the heart of God. Of course, our hearts are also part of the heart of God and when we can love that way, without wanting, clinging or fearing, it is God loving God.

    It has a very sweet melody, and sounds like friendship.I think of various people I love, and it applies everywhere that I allow myself to love that freely. It's especially poignant to read this passage and think of a particular person you love, and to listen to the song as a meditation.

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  •  07-26-2006, 10:42 AM 2081 in reply to 2062

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    Re: Music you love

    Liz,

    I just listened to the song Govinda Hare by Krishna Das.

    Krishna Das' voice is so deep and resonate...thanks for the intro!......beautiful.

    A song I've been grooving to lately is....ANGELS by Wax Poetic featuring Norah Jones  

    from the album Neblu Sessions....an excellent mix!

    LOVE

    Betsy

     

     


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  •  07-26-2006, 12:15 PM 2087 in reply to 2081

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    You're welcome. I love the liner notes on that album because it translates everything.

    Will give your suggestion a listen.

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  •  07-26-2006, 4:46 PM 2110 in reply to 2062

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    I like alot of Celtic stuff. Am a fan of Enya, but that's quite a differnet style.

    All time favorite music: Almost anything by Rory Gallagher. I can't pick a favorite song, but I love (and have) every album he has put out while he was living.




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  •  07-26-2006, 9:48 PM 2139 in reply to 2062

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    Re: Music you love

    Wah!
    Jai Jai Jai

    Listen here: http://cdbaby.com/cd/wahmusic4 


    Peace & Prosperity

    Paul Williams
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  •  07-26-2006, 10:13 PM 2140 in reply to 2139

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    my newest favorite singer is Laura Satterfield
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  •  07-26-2006, 11:09 PM 2143 in reply to 2062

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  •  07-27-2006, 5:00 PM 2216 in reply to 2143

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    Re: Music you love

    i consistently love the music of yes.  all the radio friendly and all the orchestral pieces are celebrations of life.  they (or rather my interpretations of them) were and are for me the essence of integral theory.

    i also love much of alanis morrissette, peter gabriel, joni mitchell, mahavishnu john mclaughlin, bjork, ani di franco, kate bush, many others.


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  •  07-27-2006, 6:21 PM 2223 in reply to 2216

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  •  07-28-2006, 5:02 AM 2258 in reply to 2223

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    I went through a phase of listening to others.  Now, I play my own music.  It's at http://www.soundclick.com/zentai 


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  •  08-01-2006, 5:46 AM 2701 in reply to 2258

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    McCartney's first guitar sold for $614,000

    Mon Jul 31, 11:56 AM ET

    An American collector has bought Paul McCartney's first acoustic guitar for 330,000 pounds ($614,000) at auction.

    The guitar used by the former Beatle was bought by Craig Jackson at an auction at the Abbey Road Studios late Friday.

    "This is such an important piece of rock history, and I am an extremely happy man tonight," Jackson said in a statement. "Without this guitar The Beatles may never have existed, and it is a fantastic acquisition."

    A spokesman for the auction house Cooper Owen said the auction had attracted bidders from Europe, the U.S. and Russia. He had expected the instrument to fetch around 100,000 pounds.

    McCartney learned to play his first chords on the guitar which belonged to his friend Ian James. James sold the guitar to help fund his retirement and the deal included a letter from the former Beatle confirming the guitar was authentic.

     

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  •  09-06-2006, 5:45 PM 7000 in reply to 2062

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    Re: Music you love

    My oldest daughter got me hooked on the powerful vocals of Flyleaf's singer Lacey Mosley.


    FLYLEAF LYRICS

    "Fully Alive"

    Telling Layla's story spoken
    'Bout how all her bones are broken
    Hammers fall on all the pieces
    Two months in the cover creases

    Fully alive
    More than most
    Ready to smile and love life
    Fully alive and she knows
    I don't believe in futures

    All my complaints shrink to nothing
    I'm ashamed of all my somethings
    She's glad for one day of comfort
    Only because she has suffered

    Fully alive
    More than most
    Ready to smile and love life
    Fully alive and she knows
    I don't believe in futures

    Fully alive
    More than most
    Ready to smile and love life
    Fully alive and she knows
    I don't believe in futures

    Fully alive
    More than most
    Ready to smile and love life
    Fully alive and she knows
    I don't believe in futures

    (you can check out the video if you have Rhapsody….under Flyleaf)

    LOVE

    Betsy


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  •  09-07-2006, 10:13 PM 7219 in reply to 7000

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    There is so much music I love, I don't know even where to start.  For whatever reason, I'll start here:

    The music of Toumani Diabate.  Wonderful...

    http://www.amazon.com/Heart-Farka-Toure-Toumani-Diabate/dp/B000AQ69DG/sr=1-3/qid=1157691277/ref=pd_bbs_3/103-6643859-5861419?ie=UTF8&s=music


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  •  09-07-2006, 11:07 PM 7222 in reply to 7219

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    For soothing ambient music I can never get enough of Chuck Wild and his 'LIQUID MIND' series. Traveling, in airports, hotels, doing dishes, healing work, writing - whatever - this music is a slowly expanding variation of Aum-Amen-Om, the universal matrix sound.

    http://www.amazon.com/Liquid-Mind-VI-Spirit/dp/B00008BR0V

    I'm also partial to Deuter, Popol Vuh, Tangerine Dream, and Anugama - four German composers of what later became known as kosmic music and influenced generations of rockers worldwide.

    M
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  •  09-07-2006, 11:45 PM 7224 in reply to 7222

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    That is soothing, Mascha.  I've never heard of Chuck Wild before.  In that vein, though a little more intense, is the overtone chanting of David Hykes and his Harmonic Choir.  Transporting, thought-stilling music.

    http://www.amazon.com/Harmonic-Meditations-David-Hykes/dp/B0007Z9R8E/sr=1-1/qid=1157696789/ref=pd_bbs_1/103-6643859-5861419?ie=UTF8&s=music

    http://www.amazon.com/Harmonic-Meetings-David-Hykes-Choir/dp/B0000007ZF/sr=1-2/qid=1157696789/ref=pd_bbs_2/103-6643859-5861419?ie=UTF8&s=music


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