Felix Maria Woschek & Friends | SoHam SaiLove

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SoHam SaiLove

by Felix Maria Woschek & Friends

Here is a wonderful album of devotional music which enchant the listener with its simplicity and warmth. The songs -- called Bhajans or Khirtans -- are sung at spiritual places in India since time immemorial.
Genre: Spiritual: Mantras
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sai Ram Sai Ram
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5:08 $1.29
2. Prema Sathya Ananda
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3:50 $0.99
3. Shiva Shankara
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5:34 $1.29
4. Devi Bhavani Ma
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7:23 $1.29
5. He Amba Bol
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6:01 $1.29
6. He Shiva Shankara
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4:04 $1.29
7. Jai Jai Janani
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5:52 $1.29
8. So Ham
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8:53 $1.49
9. Jaya Ma Daya Karo Sai Ma
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3:52 $1.29
10. Hey Nanda Gopal
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4:40 $1.29
11. Sri Mata
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6:51 $1.29
12. Jay Jay Vitthala
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5:10 $1.29
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Album Notes
Ancient Vedic faith

"Felix Maria Woschek's beautiful, warm voice sings ancient, Vedic songs of faith in a way that brings them into a European spiritual landscape. (...) Ultimately it is quite unimportant which religion the singing celebrates. Who knows God needs no religion. The experience that really overcomes the listener is a deep, satisfying faith. The Indian mantras that Woschek sings become a "vehicle" for everything that they "transport": liberation, love, peace, grace, bliss. "The true significance", as Woschek says, "cannot be appreciated by any translation, but only in the heart itself." Nevertheless, a sensitively worded explanation is provided to help the listener to understand each of the mantras.
I was most particularly moved by the title piece, "So Ham", the great mantra of one-ness so urgently recommended by Muktananda. Woschek sings it with an urgency that tells the listener: "Thou art this ... Thou art the universe ... Thou art God ... In Thee are all things ... ".

Joachim Ernst Berendt


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