|Drolma, Choying & Steve Tibbet / Selwa|
|Artist:||Drolma, Choying & Steve Tibbet||Added:||09/2004|
|Label:||Six Degrees Records|
|Add Date:||2004-11-08||Pull Date:||2005-01-10||Charts:||Reggae/World|
|Week Ending:||2 Jan||19 Dec||12 Dec||5 Dec||28 Nov||14 Nov|
|1.||Oct 27, 2015:||Clean Copper Radio |
|4.||Dec 26, 2004:||radiomundi |
Vakritunda, Palden Rangjung, Padmakara
|2.||May 30, 2005:||Selectronica |
Song of Realization
|5.||Dec 16, 2004:||Sun in Libra, Moon in Pisces |
|3.||Dec 28, 2004:||At the Cafe Bohemian |
|6.||Dec 14, 2004:||At the Cafe Bohemian |
Tibetan nun Drolma and Minnesota musician Tibbetts team up for their 2nd release. It combines chanting in a nasally (though soothing) voice w/electronica, guitar, drums, and the wonders of programming. The result is new age music for intellectuals. The overall effect is positively sleep-making. It’s lovely, though, with a sense of peace & spiritualism. It’s a relaxed, calming, mug of warm Zen milk. Watch for silence at end of many tracks. |
1. Slow & introspective. Short, can lead into #2.
*2. Drones you into a sense of peace.
*3. Guitar, perc, nice vocals. A sweet, warm feeling.
4. Slow, spare, relaxed.
5. Relaxed & peaceful w/moments of silence.
*6. A nice sound w/vocals, claps, perc. It lulls you.
7. Peaceful and slow w/some nice vocal passages.
*8. Passages of slow drama & layers of vocals.
9. Warm vocals, gentle sounds, quiet, calm.
10. Sounds a lot like #9, with the same sense of calm.
*11. A capella chanting. Nice feeling of spirituality.
|1.||Padmakara||6.||Song of Realization|
|2.||Palden Rangjung||7.||Yumchen Tukar|