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Album: Live Ananda

Artist: Krishna Das

  • Genre: Devotional & Spiritual
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 5

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 Krishna Das Music

Tracklist For Live Ananda By Artist Krishna Das

Title Artist Time
Samadhi Sitaram Krishna Das 11:47 USD Album Only
Hare Krishna Krishna Das 20:34 USD Album Only
Baba Hanuman Krishna Das 14:19 USD Album Only
Namah Shivaya Krishna Das 14:19 USD Album Only
Devi Puja Krishna Das 11:38 USD Album Only

Reviews For Live Ananda By Artist Krishna Das

  • Rock On

    By Sita70
    Life can get pretty mundane, and this kind of Music done the way Krishna Das does it, dusts off the BS, shines your spirit and sets you back out there a puff ball of light with the right direction in your heart. So chant along and find yourself renewed back into the juicy magic these songs old.
  • WOW

    By Bill Wilson
    WOW <3
  • Great

    By nirmaladeb
    Feels like I'm right there at the concert. Love it.
  • "Live And Let Live!"

    By "Grimmbo"
    .."Mellow With Feeling!"..Mountain Mantras for Stressed-Out Supervisors!-"East Meets West" and once again; Krishna Das proves "It's All Good!"-(This stunning set would have made the late; great George Harrison smile!)-"Arrive Without Traveling" and Experience the Tranquil Tunes of Krishna Das!-"Satori In Stereo"; Dig Your Dharma; Tonight! Grimmbo.
  • Beautiful, full of heart!

    By Your Neighbor Too
    Whether you have heard a lot of Krishna Das or none at all this recording is a beautiful one to chant with or for listening.
  • Happiness and our true state of Being

    By atrainent
    Live Ananda is the first-time release of live recordings of classic Krishna Das favorites drawn from his early studio recordings. These tracks capture the depth and spirit of the group of chanters on a 3 -day retreat in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains. Krishna Das accompanied by tabla, khol mridanga, bass, violin, flute, and cymbals, blends the musical and spiritual tradition of the east with the voice of the west to create this rendition of call-and-response chanting that lead us into Ananda - Happiness and our true state of Being.

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