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Jack Harrison Live at Samahita Retreat
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Yoga and music come together in this compilation of Sanskrit chants and devotional songs arranged and produced by Irish folklorist and musician Jack Harrison. Recorded at Samahita Retreat in 2007, with guest participants from all over the world, Wind Across the Sea is a celebration of three great traditions-the yogic heritage of India and Her chants, the music of Ireland, and Buddhist meditation practices of Thailand-all of which have elements remarkably close to each other.
With popular chants close to the hearts of thousands of yoga practitioners all over the world, this newly released CD is a musical journey that will transport you like wind across the sea. Packaging and booklet made from recycled cardboard and paper. (12.5 x 12.5 cm)
Wind Across the Sea
Song of Aimhirghin / Gayatri Mantra
Om Mane Padme Hum
Om Namah Sivaya Gurave
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Please enjoy these samples of some of the tracks.
Reviews from listeners:
My first Yoga class in English in Tokyo, your song was played!!!
I downloaded "wind across the sea" a few months ago, loving it, using it at yoga. Your voice is beautiful, the chants going straight to the heart.
Hello Jack - I have your "Wind Across the Sea" CD and play it nearly all the time. Great Stuff - but I see that you are an expert in our folklore (I am from Sligo - living in Connecticut)
Ann Brett, Connecticut
I listen to a wide cross section of genres and Jack Harrison's Wind Across the Sea is simply awe inspiring. I sing many Native American chants and songs. I love the fusion of Gaelic and Eastern music and themes and classical Hindu prayers. What a riot! I do practice Yoga and the music is perfect for Yoga sessions, but it is not just Yoga music. I love starting the day early at work when no one else is around with the great fusion music from Jack. I would love to learn to sing like this, what a gift these songs and the album are. Well done Jack!
David Balcaen, itunes