Next is now, world music as the single most potent force in the culture of fusion ... World music-makers are like shamans, carrying us on magic carpets of riffs and melodies through states of consciousness that spin us out of time to lands not yet invented but glimpsed on the aural horizon ... And so we see that music brings us, in the jumping of our cells, from what is past to what is trying to become the future. lt expresses and fulfills our need to hear the spirit in the dark.
(Jean Houston in Jump Time, Sentient Publ. 2004)
Groove Medicine - Groove music, a rhythmic dreamscape
Relax and dream awake on a healing cloud of colour, drums, vocals and groove music. Float in a rhythmic dreamscape of tribal inspiration to soothe and accompany you down a river of warm ambient mixes with. Compiled from well known and upcoming artists in the worldbeat genre, this album will call your consciousness through soft, potent, ancient melodies.
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|Track 8 Serenity part 2 by Ariel Kalma, also on our Music Mosaic YouTube Channel|
Musicians and Instruments
|1. Tzarina: Serenity, 6:12||When we are in the groove of life we can live this moment forever and find serenity||Greg Minnick: keyboard, programing, production -Tzarina: vocals|
|2. Ariel Kalma: Chillout India, 5:28||Dream with the groove music and chill on Indian vocals and bass accompanied by ambient sounds||Ariel Kalma: all instruments, programming - Siddhant Bhatia: vocals|
|3. Karunesh: Solitude,7:02||In the highlands of the mountains, silence and darkness descend. The stars wake up and in the melancholy of night, the night is reaching out to the infinite skies. What depth - what silence…||Karunesh: keyboards, synthesiser, programming|
|4. Lee Boice: Dreamscape, 8:32||Two Indian instruments - the dobro and sarod - morphing in a duet set up among a wild dreamscape adventure with bass and drum patterns out of which mystery is born.||Lee Boice: guitar, programming - Steve James: dobro, sarod|
|5. Kim Sanders & Friends: Saba Nefes II,4:17||Sufi Nefes (“breath” or “prayer”) in Saba makam played on ney, the most important Turkish Sufi instrument (the instrument of “breath”) with three non-traditional instruments: sax, double bass and Indian tabla.||Kim Sanders: ney - Sandy Evans: sax - Steve Elphick: double bass - Bobby Singh: tablas|
|6. Gabrielle Roth & The Mirrors: Shaman’s Prayer||A call to Spirit - Heal slowly those wounds of time, and help the world rejuvenate.||Jai Uttal: guitar, vocals - The Mirrors: drums, percusion - Allison Cornell: synth - Gary Thomas: didgeridoo|
|7. Satgyan: Rumors of Desert-7Mix, 7:23||Mysterious Eastern bowed Instrumental and Fretless guitar solo on World -Dub-chill out||Satgyan: all instruments, programming - Sangeet P. Sieben: guitar solo, remix|
|8. Ariel Kalma: Serenity part 2, 5:29||A relaxed journey to peaceful shores of groove music, with soft keyboards and effects.||Ariel Kalma: all instruments, programming|
|9. Keiya: African Colours,6:48||Contemplative simple melody born out of a walk on the African countryside and its ever changing beauty.||Keiya: keyboards, programming|