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Breath of Life - A Sacred Earth Collection

Breath of Life - A Sacred Earth Collection by Sacred Earth

Give this to your massage therapist next time instead of a tip.”  —Chris Spector, Midwest Record

Inspired by experiences of inner harmony, Sacred Earth (Australians Prem and Jethro Williams) have created an exceptional catalog of devotional singing accompanied by world instruments, including shakuhachi (Japanese flute), Indian bansuri, Irish tin & low whistles, acoustic guitar and percussion.

“We seek to empower listeners by providing a sacred space in which they can deeply connect to their own heart and cultivate a deeper respect for themselves and our beautiful Mother Earth. Peace on Earth begins inside each of us.”  —Sacred Earth

“I can feel when a song is around me and I have to sit with an instrument, close my eyes and the song comes forth like the flow of a river.”  —Prem Williams

Breath of Life - A Sacred Earth Collection is a compilation album of favorite Sacred Earth tracks from their albums, The Way Home, Divine Devotion, Breathing Space, Bhakti, Inyan, Call to The Divine and Pamanyungan.

Tracks

1. Om Namah Shivaya (The Way Home) 8:48
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2. Dancing Shiva (Divine Devotion) 8:47
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3. Beautiful (Breathing Space) 5:11
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4. Bhakti Heenam (Bhakti) 7:06
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5. Inyan (Inyan) 8:08
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6. Grateful (The Way Home) 5:25
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7. Jai Ma Kali (Call to The Divine) 6:05
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9. Ra & Temu Hammakis (Pamanyungun) 7:19
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10. Wink (Call to The Divine) 10:08
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More Music By This Artist

kuTumba by Sacred Earth
Call to The Divine by Sacred Earth
Breathing Space by Sacred Earth
Bhakti by Sacred Earth
Inyan by Sacred Earth
The Way Home by Sacred Earth

Press Acclaim

James McQuiston

Sacred Earth have released a number of titles that have expanded what listeners can expect from world music. The Way Home’s “Om Namah Shivaya” is a thoughtful start to Real Music’s latest compilation, Breath of Life. The nearly nine-minute track allows listeners to meditate and get into a fruitful mindspace. The subtle shifts in styles that are present during this track will keep listeners focused for the entirety of the track.   “Dancing Shiva,” from Divine Devotion, utilizes a duality of flute and percussion, establishing a narrative that is weaved throughout. The very natural and organic instrumentation here link nicely to the vocal element that because dominant at points during the composition. Bhakti is represented well. “Bhakti Heenam” is a treat, providing listeners with a tremendously personal arrangement that stretches over seven minutes. Inyan’s self-titled track uses momentum to keep listeners on their toes, while the sheer array of contributions to the track keep the compilation’s energy level high as the second half of Breath of Life begins.

“Jai Ma Kali” (taken from Call to The Divine) is a more lively track and dovetails nicely with Pamanyungan’s “Ra & Temu Hammakis.”  “Ra & Temu Hammakis” provide a very detailed approach that establishes a vibrant description of outdoors while ensuring that listeners are able to maintain a constant and fulfilling mind set. Breath of Life ends with Call to the Divine’s “Wink,” a track that seems like a microcosm of the variety of styles and approaches that Sacred Earth had taken through the composition.

Top Tracks: “Om Namah Shivaya” (from The Way Home), “Ra & Temu Hammakis” (from Pamanyungan)
Rating: 9.0/10

Uh oh, here's what happens when you get too many new toys at once. Sacred Earth has moved their catalog over to Real Music. Earlier this year, Real put out four of their seven albums all at once. There are three more up their sleeves ready to go. This set, which has a cover very similar to The Way Home is actually a round up of tracks from all seven sets. Now that you got that straight, this is a great way to get introduced to this earthy duo as their sets can vary from kind of world beaty to deep new agy. This collection shows their calming side throughout without a misfire in the bunch. Whether you want to go long or save yourself the trouble of making a play list, anyone in search of some healing music can't go wrong here. Check it out.