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by Beloved

Devotional chants in the Sufi tradition from the mystic heart of Islam. East meets West with this seamless blend of soaring vocals, acoustic guitar, haunting ney, rich harmonic textures, the constant groove of the hand drums.
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1. Allahu Allah
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2. Who Is At My Door?
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3. Bishnau Az Nay
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4. Demedim Mi?
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5. If The Friend
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6. Healing Prayer
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7. Nice Bir Uyursun
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8. La Ilaha Illa'lah
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9. Hal Min Mufarrijin
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10. That Moon
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Album Notes
Beloved was formed in 1998 by LuAnne Hightower (vocals, frame drum, tanpura) and David Seidel (acoustic guitar and electric bass), who bring their unique interpretation of traditional Sufi songs from world cultures and present their own original expressions of the mystical heart of Islam. They are joined by Ustad Humayun Khan (vocals, harmonium), Cybele (vocals, sarangi, tanpura), Shankar (tablas), Fred Stubbs (ney), and Todd Roach (hand drums). Beloved is a unique blend of East and West featuring soul-stirring vocals and harmonies, soaring instrumentals, and haunting melodies that express the longing of humanity for union with Divine Love. Islam has a long and rich musical tradition representing every culture across the Middle East and Africa and Asia, using the words of their most renown Sufi poets and their most beloved prayers.


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