Album: Amoghasiddhi

Amoghasiddhi album coverAmoghasiddhi is a Buddha figure who rep­res­ents fear­less­ness and unob­struc­ted suc­cess. This music com­bines Jazz, Indian music and Arabic Rhythms. It is inspired by nature and by Buddhist ideals. Many of the tunes are in fact named after Buddha fig­ures or con­cepts. At the Manchester Jazz Fest­iv­al 2006, our music was described as tran­scend­ent­al, organ­ic, fluid and never forced. Tracks: 1. Amoghassidhi 2. Mys­tery Dance 3. Suryaka 4. A Stor Mo Chroi 5. Inter­lude 6. Desert Nights 7. Burn­ing Bush 8. Amit­abha 9. Inner Tellings 10. Hans Dwani 11. May All Beings The Musi­cians: Olivia Moore — violin and voice (all tracks) Stuart McCal­lum — elec­tric and acous­tic guitar (all tracks except 6 & 7) Frank Grime — double bass (tracks 1, 2, 3, 8 & 10) Jon Thorne — double bass (tracks 4, 5, 6, 7 & 9) Adam Warne — per­cus­sion (tracks 1, 2, 3, 8, 10 & 11) Luke Flowers — drums (tracks 4, 5 & 9) recor­ded 2007/8 at Lime­field Studio and Humble Soul Studio, Manchester. Avail­able on CD or to down­load

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