The Lover and the Beloved CD by Donna DeLory is perfect Sanskrit mantras and chants for upbeat yoga music, dance music and blissful entertainment.
These Sanskrit mantras bubble with a groove and atmosphere that takes tradition to heaven and back. Donna's voice resonates with ether and earth, beauty that asks you to join in, become one with the sound of deep celebration.
Songs on The Lover and the Beloved are written by Donna De Lory in collaboration with Cameron Stone, Dave Stringer, Dave Dale, David Newman, and Jeremy Toback.
The Lover and the Beloved Tracks:
1.) ganapati om
2.) om nama shivaya
3.) he ma durga
4.) hare krishna
5.) govinda jaya jaya
6.) samba sadashiva
Donna comments about the making of The Lover And The Beloved:
I learned my first chant, Gananpati Om, six years ago while visiting friend and fellow musician Dave Stringer. Saying those ancient words over and over again felt new and familiar at the same time. It was also that night that I first discovered the harmonium and fell in love with its droning sounds.
I'd sing with Dave's Kirtan band in yoga centers and feel the power and peace of chanting mantra. More and more I began to incorporate chants into my pop songs while performing live. Early this year, a version of Govinda Jaya Jaya I had recorded for my devotional CD In The Glow fell into the right hands and they asked me to make an entire album of mantras.
Making The Lover and the Beloved was the perfect opportunity for me to further explore the transcendent and meditative power of music. I didn't necessarily know how I was going to do it, but once I dove in, the process became effortless; the mantras I should sing came to me right away and the music just blossomed. This is the most personal and fluid CD I have ever made, and having my new baby girl Sofia in the studio with us sometimes lending her voice, only made the experience more magical.
So, I invite you to begin your journey into mantra where I began mine: Ganapati Om… Donna
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