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Crimson Collection, Volumes 6 & 7
Singh Kaur, Kim Robertson, Mosaic
Crimson Collection, Volumes 6 & 7
Genres: Jazz, New Age, Rock
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All Artists: Singh Kaur, Kim Robertson, Mosaic
Title: Crimson Collection, Volumes 6 & 7
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Invincible Records
Release Date: 2/21/1995
Genres: Jazz, New Age, Rock
Styles: Meditation, Progressive, Electronic
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 039848031020

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Heaven's Music Is Here Now!
A. Kent | Boulder, CO. | 12/19/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This music is beyond words, but.... It doesn't get any better than this. Unfortunately (for us) Singh Kaur is no longer with us (on this planet). This music lifts the listening into a higher dimension of Being, one of Love, Devotion, Truth, Presence, etc. It may not be for everybody, but for the fortunate, blessed few. Truly of a finer vibratory dimension that may only be appreciated by those who have been "there". It is the essence of peace, heaven within. Lovely harp, sweet enchanting music. If you like this music, you might also like "Songs of the Lord's Love", which is probably not on CD, but is equally wonderful. Namaste."
Excellent meditation music
A. Kent | 10/08/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"We use this CD in yoga class during meditation. It is very soothing and it repetition is very condusive for disconnecting."
Music to bring you to another place
Kimberly Post Rowe | Raymond, ME | 11/25/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I first experienced this recording while receiving a massage. Singh Kaur's voice was entrancing and Kim Robertson's harp on Ardas was very soothing. But Blessings transported me to another place entirely. Accompanied by the brother team of Matt & Doug Brody as Mosaic, Blessings is truly a gem. I now use this recording regularly with meditation groups for those living with cancer and it never fails to elicit a dreamy "ahhh" from somebody. Unfortunately we won't be gifted with more music from Singh Kaur, but I look forward to hearing more from both Kim Robertson (there IS a lot more out there: [...]"