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Sol Ra- Sing Praise to the Sun

richeart on May 10, 2012 07:40

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    Written by Richard Marks on a vision quest on top of Mt Shasta. Richard was studying with Maestro Ali Akbar Khan at the Ali Akbar College at the time.
    Recorded, engineered and arranged by 6 time Grammy Nominee Peter Kater who also adds vocals.
    Tabla - Daniel Paul
    Oboe - Paul McCandless
    Bass & Vocals - Greg Overton
    Percussion - Glen Valez
    Mandolin, Martin 12 string, Vocals- Richard Marks

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    • Valerie Lowe
      Valerie Lowe at 12.41 on July 12, 2013 01:31

      Mesmorizing! I feel like dancing to the sun, singing to the stars, howling at the moon, flying to venus with you on the tips of my wings..what a ride!

    • Valerie Lowe
      Valerie Lowe at 4.15 on July 12, 2013 01:27

      mesmorizing! I feel like dancing in the sun, singing to the stars, howling at the moon and with you on the wind of my wings, first stop venus. for a while

    • DocMom
      DocMom on August 18, 2012 11:20

      I really love the mandolin in this song - it sings by itself. A great creation to the universe. Will it be published for general listening pleasure at some time, or how does that work. I think you need a wider audience. How will you get it?

    • shalom
      shalom at 12.51 on July 06, 2012 17:13

      Love it! Such a soulful "love-song to creation," to use your own words.

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