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Krishna Das' music is an expression of over twenty-five years of living and traveling in India. Pilgrim Heart is true to the dignified Bhatki Yoga tradition, but warmly energized with western grooves, providing an Indian chant that is eminently accessible to any ear. Sting is featured on two of the twelve tracks on Pilgrim Heart, including the truly one-of-a-kind, American 50's, pop influenced "Ring Song." With drums, sitar, guitars, vocals and synthesizer, the music on Krishna Das's Pilgrim Heart evokes the diverse spiritual life of the people, land and culture of India. All of the songs on Pilgrim Heart have elaborate arrangements which create an extraordinary blend of East and West.- Sting is featured on two of the tracks of Krishna Das's wonderful Pilgrim Heart. Pilgrin Heart is true to Krishna Das's Eastern musical roots and devotion to spirit.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 5 x 5.75 x 0.45 inches; 5 Ounces
- Manufacturer : Razor & Tie
- Date First Available : October 21, 2006
- Label : Razor & Tie
- ASIN : B00005UK1W
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #366,529 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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The last cut, "The Ring Song" is cute and playful, but doesn't stand up to repeated playing the way the other cuts do. I listen to it about every tenth playing of the CD. Still, it doesn't distract from this wonderful CD.
This is very heart opening music
I totally disagree with the earlier reviewer that felt these selections will leave you strengthless and depressed. I found quite the opposite to be true! If you don't find yourself singing along, you WILL find yourself humming these rhythms long after you listen to them. Although a bit perseverative, the Kirtan Posse female chorus adds a soul touching devotional to the selections.
Mountain Hare Krishna, which incorporates the song "Amazing Grace" and features articulate harmonies from Sting (Sting-ji) is simply beautiful and very uplifting.
Although the Ring Song sounds like something that would be played on a Hindu cruise ship, it adds an element of whimsy to this spiritual collection and ends this musical spiritual journey on a most energetic note.
Start your morning off with this CD. It will invigorate your spirit.
-you may breathe more fully and more freely
-it might make you cry
-you may experience loving thoughts towards yourself and/or others
-you might reach new levels of calm, feel more centered
-you may experience weight loss from dancing with the music
-watch out for unexpected feelings of joy
-it might make you cry
-you'll find yourself singing in Sanskrit with an American accent
-people living with you might not share your enthusiasm about your constant playing of this music
-you may not share the enthusiasm with which people living with you constantly play this music
Timeless kirtan & bhajans.
KD is still a masterful wallah who brought bhakti yoga to the west in a most dignified way.
Then there is the haunting Devi Song, that reminds us that our loving Mother is holding our hand at all times. The last song on the CD, the Hunuman song, does not sound like the other songs on the CD. Still very enjoyable. Very highly recommended. One Christian song, Amazing Grace. The rest of the songs are Hindu.