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Sacred Spirit — Yeha-Noha
Album: Chants and Dances of the Native Americans
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7.6

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Total ratings: 169









Released: 1998
Length: 3:55
Plays (last 30 days): 1
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I missed earlier palys of this - First time I heard this particular 'chant/song' was 14+years ago, live, in one the beautiful squares only Rome has and was totally transfixed - obviously I bought the CD 'the band' were selling - and then in Borehamwood (of all places) I heard the same 'band' - still love playing this and another Chats/Songs CD when I need to calm down!
"Sacred Spirit is a musical project by Claus Zundel, Ralf Hamm, and Markus Staab. The music is of electronic, new age, world and ambient genres.... In keeping with the Native American theme, Zundel adopted the pseudonym 'The Fearsome Brave', and on his many other projects he is simply credited as 'The Brave'." [Wikipedia]


This is appalling.
Recent addition I've not heard before on RP or anywhere for that matter.
Going with a 5 on first listen.  Only 127 rings on 1/27/21.
 janac13 wrote:
Whilst recovering from my heart attack I found it hard to sleep. This album helped me get back on my feet.
 
Difficulty in sleeping is not surprising in the circumstances - I seem to remember a few nights awake thinking about my own personal mortality, and how my body had surprisingly 'broken down' on me.

But I am still here, misbehaving some six years later ...  Enjoy!
Whilst recovering from my heart attack I found it hard to sleep. This album helped me get back on my feet.
This whole album is great to listen to either while you work as background, or at the end of a long day when you're just sitting quietly with the strereo on and a whiskey in you hand.

Needs some air time!