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Sufi Kirtan delves into the depth of the human heart and how phenomenally accessible it is through music. Zikr is a Sufi term identifying a practice of chanting and singing; it literally means remembrance of breath, sound, love, consciousness ... and of people, places, and situations needing one's awareness. The album explores remembrance through interfaith chanting and songs, and is a total celebration of love, harmony and beauty through music; it embraces the essence of zikr.
Eleven tracks range from Iavnana, which weaves Sufi and Hindu chants with a traditional Georgian lullaby, to Abrahamic Zikr, which blends recitations central to Judaism, Christianity and Islam, to Universal Worship – an interfaith odyssey, paying homage to half a dozen spiritual traditions in just under eight minutes.
“This album truly comes from the heart and from the work of ongoing practice. We began the process of recording this a few years ago and it, unlike any of our other records, has had a life of its own; the songs and the power of the music guiding us and, at times, forcing us to wait until we were ready. In this time we have grown as people, musicians, and family. The album contains this growth, the pain and longing that all humans experience, and the absolute joy that entered our lives with the birth of our son. We hope that this translates to you and your own practice. Toward the One....
2. Qaul Tarana (Man Kuntu Maula) ('The Chishti Anthem')
3. erler Demine (Dost Dost Dost!)
5. Universal Worship
6. Abrahamic Zikr
8.La Ilaha II Allah
11. Seemi's Allahu
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