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Sacred & Profane

by Mayan Ruins

A live album of Psychedelic Tribal Bellydance music transporting you to new realms of trance, dance & ecstasy.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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1. Shakti
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2. Shiva
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3. Danse Macabre
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4. Chante Ista
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5. White Lightning
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6. Interstellar Arthropod
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7. Ceremony in Green
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8. Absinthe Dancer
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9. Sekhet
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10. Sadhu
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11. Farewell...
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Album Notes
MAYAN RUINS ~ Sacred & Profane

1) Shakti
2) Shiva
3) Danse Macabre
4) Chante Ista
5) White Lightning
6) Interstellar Arthropod
7) Ceremony in Green
8) Absinthe Dancer
9) Sekhet
10) Sadhu
11) Farewell…

...All who cross over the
Realm of the Deep Ones

Annette Christianson - violin
Rob Dorsey - djembe, percussion, vocals
Ron Esposito - crystal & copper bowls, Tibetan bells
Derek Garteiz - electric guitar, djembe, doumbek & shakers
Christian Hartman - fender bass, doumbek, frame drum & tambourine
Zachary J. Mechlem - resonator guitar, doumbeks
Will Menton - electric guitar, doumbek
Gregory Morris - violin, mandolin
Paul Ravenscraft - conga, shakers
Denny Schoeny - doumbek, djembe, bells, shakers, cymbals & percussion

Recorded at: Northern Hills Fellowship Unitarian Church (Finneytown), Off the Ave Studios (Northside/Cincinnati)
the Lyric Theatre (Reading), Withrow Nature Preserve (Anderson Twp), Northside Tavern (Cincinnati) & the Balcony (Oxford).
Additional percussion on track 11 by Derek Garteiz & Denny Schoeny.

Live recording & engineering by Derek Garteiz
Mastered by Christian Hartman

Special thanks:
Liz Wu, Zahara, Katy & Anaya Gypsy Dance, Baoku & the Image Afrobeat Band, Keshvar Project,
Noyse Merchants, Dante’s Gypsy Circus, Babalon Rising, Jeff Topping, Ipsalu Tantra, Faebotica & all our many collaborators, dancers & listeners.

Design by Regina Germann



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Fred Roberts

Essential Mayan Ruins
I love Mayan Ruins' first album and this second release shows them even more intense. There's a strong sense of cohesion and commitment to the mystical, trance/like style they've developed. It's incredible to find so many extended jams in one place. In the late 60's when psychedelic band experimented with Eastern directions you might find one extended stand-out track on each album. On Sacred and Profane 7 of the 11 tracks are over 7 minutes long, and use the time well to create an inescapable mood. Cosmic!