You can almost smell the cumin and vanilla and hear the calls of the street vendors as you let these quiet and tranquil sounds wash over your body.” —Massage Therapy Journal
There is a stillness, a point of balance, from which all movement stems, just as there is a place of silence from which all sound emanates. On Call of the Mystic, Karunesh has established such a base from which many wondrous instruments and sounds leap into joyful expression. Beautifully played bells, chimes, Tibetan bowls, sitar, sarod and Chinese instruments, bansuri flute and Indian violin come alive in a symphony of celebration — an offering, a meditation, a delightfully mystical calling, irresistible to heart and mind.
The fluid acoustic guitar and lilting rhythms that won Govi such popular acclaim on Heat of a Gypsy return again to cast their spell on Cuchama. Govi’s knack for catchy melodies combines with flamenco flair and a sprinkling of rainbow hues from Hawaii, South America, India and the Caribbean. Backed by tasteful keyboards, hand drums and instruments from around the world, Govi’s jubilant compositions and engaging guitar work create the enchanting magic that is Cuchama.
Music is one of the most essential things in my life. Since my early childhood it was stimulating my fantasy and took me on adventurous journeys to unknown places of my mind...