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Embrace
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from: White Swan


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Binding: Audio CD
Brand: White Swan Records
EAN: 0717147004425
Feature: PREMAL DEVA EMBRACE
Item Dimensions: 4550023575
Label: White Swan
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: White Swan
Model: devapremal3
MPN: 61 3 00000442
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: June 02, 2003
Publisher: White Swan
Release Date: May 07, 2002
Studio: White Swan

Features:
  • PREMAL DEVA EMBRACE



Disc 1:
  1. Om Tare
  2. Om Namo Bhagavate
  3. Hari Om Shiva Om
  4. Om Ram Ramaya
  5. Shree Ram Jai Ram
  6. Shante Prashante
  7. Rang De
  8. Teyata
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
EMBRACE, the long awaited new album from Deva Premal, finds this best-selling singer at the height of her art, expressing the ancient wisdom of mantra through a contemporary musical vision. Her radiant voice, richer and more assured than ever before, floats above a cool, sensual groove provided by some of today's finest world fusion artists and producers Miten and Kit Walker (Walela, Kitaro, Neal Schon).

Deva Premal enthralled audiences worldwide with THE ESSENCE and LOVE IS SPACE. That phenomenal success continues with EMBRACE. Its relaxed, uplifting feel and elegant sense of space can only heighten the spell already cast by this mantra enchantress.

"Majestic, deep and full of love," Deva Premal's EMBRACE is a lovely and moving next chapter from an artist whose incredible potential is only beginning to unfold.

Amazon.com:
Deva ("Deva" is a Hindu title for divine) Premal has attracted a following by framing ancient Hindu mantras within atmospheric, contemporary settings. The result on Embrace, her third release, is at times flavorful, at other times undistinguished, but it produces more intriguing moments than duds. On occasion, Premal aspires to Enya-like reverence (e.g., tracks 2 and 4), then elsewhere coos her ancient text atop gentle grooves and jazzy flutes (tracks 3 and 6) in a manner suggestive of Deep Forest. Some might describe it as "smooth chant." Highlights include "Shree Ram Jai Ram," a beautifully realized cross-pollination of East and West (highlighted by Kit Walker's free-floating piano and Premal's resonant choir of voices) that hints at what Joni Mitchell might create if she tried her hand at Eastern music. --Terry Wood



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