Facing Beloved by John Wubbenhorst and Facing East, released 02 January 2003 1. Continuous Celebration 2. Steve Zerlin - Bass Alap 3. John Beyond 4. Prelude For Debby 5. Irish Prelude 6. Irish Raga 7. There is Only Light 8. Infectouoso Groovatissimo 9. The Light Above Religion's Mind (An Excerpt from the essay "Truth and Religion") by Avatar Adi Da Samraj 10. Facing Beloved 11. Celebration Continuous John Wubbenhorst's beautiful bansuri and compostions are on display here, reflecting his studies with Hariprasad Chaurasia and eclectic jazz background.
Album: Facing Beloved, 2006. Has been played on. Kazakhstan 6.
Artist: John Wubbenhorst. This is the 3rd CD of John Wubbenhorst that I recently plugged myself to. Without doubt, John music is rich and improvised, which is very endearing to Indian audience. The album starts with East Wind -a powerful drum based and tapping track. Tabla, drums, flute and guitar make a thumping start right at the beginning. Purnima starts in full splendor that a North Indian Bamboo Flute could display. The longest track in the album, The Dancers starts with drums with Tabla making an entrance with fast beats. John’s music has always been rich with percussion instruments and this is quite amply noticeable in this track. The track changes mood and displays various colors of music with its movement.
In Groups: Facing East. Bansuri Dreams (CD, Album). Facing East Productions.
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