The Deli Llama Orchestra | Soul Food, Vol. 2

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Soul Food, Vol. 2

by The Deli Llama Orchestra

Improvisational, spiritual, free jazz/New Age featuring Tibetan singing bowls, harp, acoustic guitar, flute and percussion.
Genre: Jazz: Free Jazz
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1. Palace in the Clouds
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2. Shiva's Shuffle
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3. Going Home
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4. Unraveled
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5. Kauai Baby
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6. Istah's Dream
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7. A New Day Coming
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8. Ojo Caliente
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9. So Many Highways
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10. Blues for Buddha
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the second helping of "Soul Food" from the Deli Llama Orchestra, a loosely federated tribe of musicians from Missouri, Alaska, Oregon and points elsewhere. Like its predecessor (Soul Food), Soul Food Volume Two was recorded live in one take in a freshly invented, spontaneous burst of musical energy.

Our concerts around the world typically generate one of three responses: 1) blissful ecstasy, 2) sleepiness, or 3) confusion. Why confusion? Because the music doesn't follow standard pop song construction formulas. The bowls typically will sound a note, which will lead to overtones, which will draw the other players in one at a time. The conversation can last two minutes or 22. When the Muse says the song is over, it's over! It's very adventurous and rather unlike anything you've heard lately. And we hope you enjoy it...

The Deli Llama Orchestra


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Martin Turner

Nice soundtrack for moving meditation practices
I have used this music as auditory accompaniment to various Tai Chi and Qigong moving meditation forms, and found it to be a wonderful fit.

Gloria Banning

Delicious second helping of "Soul Food"
his CD is a wonderful blend of jazz/blues/popular/classically influenced music that explores new ground in structured improvisation. I love the drumming, the flute, the guitar and the singing bowls--altogether beautiful. I hope Deli Llama Orchestra creates a third helping of their unique music.