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Abwoon D’Bashmaya – The Lords Prayer in Aramaic

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

This is an inter-faith Kirtan Group. I love their mix of instruments and the blend of their vocal harmonies.

Dreamfullofzen: Silent Echoes – “Echoes Of Rain”

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

This guitarist’s music is haunting and rich. I listen to it while I am working. There is power in it. You can download his album free here: http://www.dreamfullofzen.net/

Music of Joe Podlesny

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

Joe Podlesny

Joe Podlesny is an old friend of ours. We are thrilled to have him contribute to Healingwheel and we are reposting some of his earlier contributions to our site. Joe has performed at Carnegie Hall. His works have appeared in broadcasts on ESPN, Maury Povich, and Oprah, as well as in Japan, Spain and Australia. We will be selling Joe’s CD Float in our store in the near future. For now you can buy Joe’s music on Broadjam

Dark Continent

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Blind Stranger

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A Light Shone on All

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“Into the Majesty” music by Gary Malkin

Saturday, January 2nd, 2010


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“Submission” music by Jacqueline Odess-Gillett

Saturday, January 2nd, 2010

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“Let Love Burn” music by Tommy Snyder

Friday, January 1st, 2010

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tommy-snyderTommy Snyder is an internationally famous musician, producer, composer and writer who presently lives in Paris. A “right place-right time” set of circumstances brought Tommy to Japan to join the Japanese rock group, Godiego; eventually releasing 40 albums, becoming one of the biggest selling groups in Japanese music business history. During his time in Japan, Tommy developed as a songwriter, with over 200 songs/lyrics recorded by Japanese and American artists alike. As vocalist and/or creator, he performed hundreds of jingles, wrote books/music for children, and established himself firmly in the Japanese music industry.

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“Stone Ships of Sweden” music by Win Ridabock

Friday, January 1st, 2010

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Win RidabokWin at the Blomsholm stone ship setting where he recorded “Stone Ships of Sweden”.

It’s Just The Way it Should Be – Frank Morgan

Monday, November 30th, 2009

This is a powerful piece by our dear friend Frank Morgan. It’s extra meaningful this week due to a loss that Frank and his family are grieving. We send them all our love and blessings and choose this song in respect and honor for them in this difficult time.

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Reflections by Mark Alvin

Saturday, November 21st, 2009

Mark Alvin

These are several layers of recordings that we pieced together over a period of a few nights in our living room. There is a reading of the Gita, and two or three conversations in the background. The guitars were a completely extemporaneous thing, unplanned, unstructured.

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Mark Alvin’s “School of Roll”

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

Mark Alvin

Mark Alvin’s “School of Roll” is an expression of hope. This song was written and played by Mark in the bleak winter of 2008-09. Hope seemed to be the theme of the New Year, and what a great year it has been! Listen to the soaring melodies in this piece and think of all the amazing things we can accomplish.

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