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- 1Gobinday Mukunday04:58
- 2Ajai Alai05:50
- 3Chattra Chakkra Varti04:43
- 4Simro Gobind02:53
- 6Aap Sahaee Hoa Har Har Har04:34
- 7Dhan Dhan Ram Das Gur05:07
- 8Akal Instrumental03:15
- 10Hummee Hum05:30
- 11Ik Ardas Wahe Guru07:20
Info zu White Sun II
Los Angeles-based White Sun is known for its pioneering interpretations of yogic mantras. These are the songs of yogis sung with penetrating vibratory musicality that enhance consciousness and awareness while delighting the senses. White Sun’s music emphasizes the healing vibrations of mantra through the clear profound lead vocals of Gurujas. Band members Harijiwan and two-time Emmy winner Adam Berry serve up the richly layered, rhythmic foundation that takes listeners beyond the every day realm to a place of inspired, energized experience.
This second album features legendary special guests, including:
Grammy-winning Malian kora player Mamadou Diabate
7-time Grammy-nominated Gabe Wichter of the Punch Brothers
Renowned Tabla master Abhiman Kaushal
Virtuoso backing vocals by the Waters Family White Sun's debut album reached #1 and #10 on the iTunes World and Billboard World charts, respectively, and was featured on NBC, Telemundo, Univision, and in Elle Magazine.
White Sun continues to produce exquisite spiritually focused music in a format that reaches across borders to inspire listeners universally. I appreciate their openness to explore new musical territory and incorporate diverse cultural influences into their ever-evolving sound. This is beautifully reflected in a quote that has guided Gurujas in her creative journey: “You are obligated to move the music further down the road from where it found you.” White Sun II is a testament to that belief and a shining example of a focused collective intention to, in some small way, create a better and more peaceful world.
'After just one song, it is clear that this is more than music.” (New Age Music Guide)
'PICK of 2016 for ‘Best Meditative Album’” (Improvijazzation Nation Magazine)
'Indicates a new direction for new age music, with White Sun leading the charge.' (Annie White, Audio Femme)
'Gurujas' immaculate vocals infuse the powerful mantras on 'White Sun II' with genuine life-changing energy” (Allen Foster, AXS.com)
'White Sun is a commanding collaboration that puts a whole new spin on traditional mantra singing and the way it is presented.” (Michael Diamond, Music and Media Focus)
is a Los Angeles-based band comprised of two yogis and an Award-Winning Composer.
Lead Vocalist Gurujas, who began singing professionally at the age of 11 in the Cleveland Orchestra Children’s Chorus, has a unique and broad vocal range. Her voice has been called a tonic, a truly unique presentation of uncommon skill with a penetrating, subtle vibrato and dynamic attack.
The album is produced by two-time Emmy-Award winner and nine-time Emmy-Award nominated composer and multi-instrumentalist Adam Berry, who is also a BMI Award winner (Comedy Central’s “South Park,” HBO “Sarah Silverman,” Dreamworks “The Penguins of Madagascar,” Nickelodeon “Monsters VS. Aliens”).
Gong player Harijiwan has been teaching yoga since 1975. For many years Harijiwan directly served his teacher, Yogi Bhajan, while traveling the world extensively with him. The opportunity to study with and observe a living master, provided him invaluable insight into the nature of consciousness and the human condition, as well as a thorough understanding of the impact, interplay and significance of the various planetary and inter-planetary energy fields. It is with this knowledge that Harijiwan learned to harness the subtle sound of the Gong to increase the human capacity for happiness.