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John Mayer: Dhammapada - Portraits of Bengal - Tantrik Dances

London Music Fusions

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Dhammapada  
1
I. Maha-Samana
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12:57
2
II. Sannyasin
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0:40
3
III. Yamabushi
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4:27
4
IV. Sannyasin II
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0:34
5
V. Bhikkhu
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4:19
6
VI. Sannyasin III
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0:36
7
VII. Tri-Dandin
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5:29
8
VIII. Chakka
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1:44
Portraits of Bengal  
9
No. 1. Kalikata
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2:42
10
No. 2. Jain Temple
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0:38
11
No. 3. Sunrise
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1:21
12
No. 4. Naya Bazaar
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0:25
13
No. 5. Sunset
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3:43
14
No. 6. Kanchenjunga
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4:01
15
No. 7. Ghoom Buddhist Monastery
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1:54
16
No. 8. Nakhoda Mosque
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0:26
17
No. 9. Finale
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3:21
Tantrik Dances  
18
No. 1. Forest of Vrindhavan
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3:22
19
No. 2. Dance of Gopis
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0:41
20
No. 3. The Search for Radha
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2:40
21
No. 4. Dance of Ecstasy
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3:35
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    59:35
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of John Mayer's Dhammapada in 2016, the dramatic and atmospheric album was transferred and remastered in high-resolution and combined here with two previously unreleased works by the late Anglo-Indian composer. Portraits of Bengal and Tantrik Dances both feature Mayer’s characteristic East-West fusion style, providing an excellent coupling to the long out of print Dhammapada.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – First Hand Records Studio Masters

This album is a high-resolution digital transfer of material originating from an analogue master source. It may contain noise, distortion or other artifacts, and may also contain audio which is limited in bandwidth or dynamic range, due to the technology available at the time of its production. As such, it is offered as a high-resolution documentation of a historical release.

Dhammapada recorded at Landsdown Studios, London, 1976
Produced by Denis Preston
Engineered by John Mackswith

Portraits of Bengal and Tantrik Dances recorded at Pittville Pump Rooms, Cheltenham, July 11, 1974

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