четверг, 1 сентября 2016 г.

The Sufi Choir ‎– The Sufi Choir 1973

The Sufi Choir ‎– The Sufi Choir
Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock
01-Bismillah 4:40
02-23rd Psalm 3:04
03-Crazy Jane On God 3:29
04-Timed Air 2:58
05-Shema 1:03
06-Sri Ram 4:55
07-Alhamdulillah 2:18
08-Turning 3:21
09-Rumi Blues 6:04
10-Understand It 4:18
11-Crescent And Heart 7:41

Alto Vocals – Amina Erickson, Kay Mathieu, Mouni Sultana Sitton, Shirin Cave
Artwork [Insert] – Mary*
Bass [Acoustic, Electric] – Baba Maize
Bass Vocals – Halim Welch, Mian Jaekel, Moineddin Jablonski, Saul Barodofsky
Bass Vocals, Trombone, Composed By – Dara Young
Composed By – Allauddin Mathieu* (tracks: A1, A3 to A7, B1, B2, B4)
Cover – Fatima*
Directed By – Allauddin Mathieu*
Engineer [Sound] – Carlos Berguido
Guitar – Shabda Kahn
Liner Notes [Poem] – Murshid Samuel L. Lewis*
Mixed By – Allauddin*, Carlos*, Dara*, Phill*
Other [Equipment Manager] – John Cutler
Producer – The Sufi Choir
Recorded By – Phill Sawyer
Soprano Vocals – Ciel Mulligan, Fatima Jablonski, Hamila Anderson, Mary Berguido
Tabla – Amin Quance
Tenor Vocals – Asoka Yerxa, Vasistha Davenport
Tenor Vocals, Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone [Soprano] – Huzur Nawaz*

The Sufi Choir
The Sufi Choir formed in 1969 among the followers of Samuel L. Lewis. Murshid Lewis died unexpectedly in January 1971. The Sufi Choir became to a large extent a response to his death. Their often ecstatic music was a transmission of Murshid’s Sufi-based mysticism, energy and universalism.

Комментариев нет:

Отправить комментарий

Sagram ‎– Pop Explosion—Sitar Style

A1 Heavenly Feeling A2 Floating Haze A3 The Universal Form B1 Becky's Dance B2 Morning Glory B3 Night King 1972 Gu...