Jai Uttal

Jai Uttal & Ben Leinbach - Lifeline (2014)  Music

Posted by varrock at Jan. 22, 2015
Jai Uttal & Ben Leinbach - Lifeline (2014)

Jai Uttal & Ben Leinbach - Lifeline (2014)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | Tracks: 10 | 76:09 min | 175 Mb
Style: New Age, World | Label: Sounds True

Jai Uttal, one of the West’s foremost voices of India’s kirtan chant tradition, and multi-instrumentalist Ben Leinbach gather together their most loved recordings. Sequenced as an unfolding musical celebration, here are favorites of both the artists and their fans. Lifeline spans a decade of collaboration that reflects the myriad faces of kirtan and beyond—ranging from unadorned, primordial chant to layered, sacred sound immersions. It’s a musical odyssey that inspires us to soar—upward, outward, and into the radiant heart of the Divine. Co-produced by Jai Uttal and Ben Leinbach.
Jai Uttal & Ben Leinbach - Loveland: Music for Dreaming and Awakening (2006)

Jai Uttal & Ben Leinbach - Loveland: Music for Dreaming and Awakening (2006)
256 Kbps MP3 → 140 MB | APE & CUE → 364 MB | Easy CD-DA | No Log
New Age / Ambient / Ethnic Fusion | Artwork included
Jai Uttal - Return to Shiva Station: Kailash Connection (2014)

Jai Uttal - Return to Shiva Station: Kailash Connection
World, New Age | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 64:31 min | 161 MB + 5% Recovery
Label: Sounds True | Tracks: 11 | Rls.date: 23-03-2014

Jai Uttal re-envisions his groundbreaking Shiva Station. This 2014 album brings us closer to the music itself with unadorned, intimate arrangements that illuminate directly the spiritual heart of each composition. Jai Uttal is a Grammy® nominee and a pioneer in the world music and yoga culture. His eclectic East-meets-West sound has put his music at the forefront of the world fusion movement.

Jai Uttal - Music for Yoga and Other Joys  

Posted by alpara at Jan. 11, 2009
Jai Uttal - Music for Yoga and Other Joys

Jai Uttal - Music for Yoga and Other Joys
World Ethnic | 2004 | 1CD | MP3 | 192 Kbps | 101 Mb

Music for yoga is such a cliché that you could slap that moniker on a Barry Manilow CD and have it sold as a soundtrack for Downward Facing Dog pose. Yoga music has become a made-to-order commodity, and rarely attains the level of art. The title Music for Yoga and Other Joys doesn't bode well, but then, it has Jai Uttal, a veteran of world fusion going back 15 years and a devotee of kirtan singing teaming up with multi-instrumentalist Ben Leinbach for a series of extended improvisations. Leinbach creates a shifting back drop of chilled, Indian-derived grooves and textures like liquid mercury dipped in a fractal swirl. It's a perfect modal backdrop for Uttal, who improvises freely on an Indian stringed instrument called the dotar, electric guitar, and even banjo. Pieces like the 26-minute "Govinda" extend in a free fall until a rhythm loop drops in. Uttal swaps to a fuzzed out electric guitar solo that eventually merges into an improvised kirtan, his voice coiling in note-bending spirals like soul singing from the east. This may be music for yoga, but it's the other joys that will keep you coming back.

Jai Uttal - Beggars and Saints (1994)  

Posted by Conde Luna at Sept. 24, 2007
Jai Uttal - Beggars and Saints (1994)

Jai Uttal - Beggars and Saints (1994)
MP3 | 2 parts / 256 Kbps | 122,0 MB - APE | 4 parts / 391,5 MB
New Age / Meditation / Ethnic Fusion| Covers included

In the Eye of the Storm: Jai Ram Reddy and the Politics of Postcolonial Fiji  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Jan. 9, 2017
In the Eye of the Storm: Jai Ram Reddy and the Politics of Postcolonial Fiji

In the Eye of the Storm: Jai Ram Reddy and the Politics of Postcolonial Fiji by Brij V Lal
English | Sep. 12, 2011 | ISBN: 1921666528 | 762 Pages | PDF | 6 MB

To read this evocative book is to be thrust into a Fiji that has, for the moment, been snuffed out by military might: a Fiji of political parties, parliamentary politics, elections, manifestoes, campaigns, democractic defence of interests, party manoeuvres, and constitutional protection of rights and freedoms.

Steven Halpern - In the Om Zone 2.0 (2007)  Music

Posted by varrock at Nov. 20, 2016
Steven Halpern - In the Om Zone 2.0 (2007)

Steven Halpern - In the Om Zone 2.0 (2007)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | Tracks: 19 | 75:07 min | 180 Mb
Style: New Age, World, Ambient | Label: Inner Peace Music

"In the Om Zone resonates your DNA with the primordial sound of the cosmos." – New York Yoga "Sure to appeal to fans of chant superstars like Deva Premal, Krishna Das, and Jai Uttal. In the Om Zone meets the needs of the growing audience who loves to chant as well as listen!"

Jai - 2 Studio Albums (2012-2013)  Music

Posted by gribovar at Oct. 6, 2016
Jai - 2 Studio Albums (2012-2013)

Jai - 2 Studio Albums (2012-2013)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue+log) - 753 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 301 MB | Covers - 196 MB
Genre: New Age | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Paradise Music

Gregorian Journey (2012). Gregorian Journey is an album that draws on a variety of complementary musical traditions, but features Gregorian Chant as a common theme throughout. The depth of spirituality and tradition therein has been combined with more contemporary chill and ambient styles to provide an hour of blissful listening full of sacred mysticism and ancient wonder…
Sahara Ray and Francis Lola by JAI for YRU and Tigermist Campaign 2015

Sahara Ray & Francis Lola - YRU and Tigermist Campaign
26 jpg | up to 950*1425 | 10.51 MB
Various models

Wah! - Jai Jai Jai (2003)  

Posted by varrock at Dec. 27, 2015
Wah! - Jai Jai Jai (2003)

Wah! - Jai Jai Jai (2003)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | Tracks: 7 | 66:14 min | 152 Mb
Style: New Age, World | Label: Wah! Music

"Jai" is a word used in many of our chants. It is often translated as "victory" or "hail." The British-English translations fall short of conveying spiritual impact. "Jai," "Jaya," even the word "wah,"… these are all expressions of speechlessness. When you cannot say anything, when the vastness of the Universe is acknowledged and bowed to, when your heart opens, when your life falls apart, when you win a million dollars, when you turn on the TV and see disaster… all you can say is "wow…." This is "Jai." This is the opening.