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A Universe to Come
Tulku (New Age)
1. Dub Gubbi - (featuring Geoffrey Gordon)
2. Ayahuasca Healing - (featuring Benjamin Mahua)
3. Rahda Ramana - (featuring Jai Uttal)
4. Temple Doors
5. Swept Away - (featuring Gina Sal)
6. Distant Realm, A - (featuring Armand Amar)
7. Shanti Puja - (featuring Krishna Das)
8. In the Garden of Nothing
9. Durga - (featuring Gina Sal/Sita Jamieson)
10. Ayahuasca Wind
11. Universe to Come, A - (featuring Consuelo Luz)
12. I Am - (featuring Bernard Pomerance)
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 2111
David V. Gregoli; Walker Bernard; Walker Bernard; Tim Stroh
This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.
Tulku includes: Jai Uttal, Benjamin Mahua, Pancho And Mario, Coco Toulouze, Gina Sala, Sita Jamieson Caddle, Krishna Das, James Twyman, Consuelo Luz (vocals); Tim Reynold (guitar); Kevin Zornig, Jim Wilson (keyboards); Mark Clark, Geoffrey Gordon, Polly Ferber (percussion).
Personnel: Jai Uttal (vocals, banjo); Benjamin Mahua, Mario, Sita Jamieson Caddle, Pancho , James Twyman, Krishna Das (vocals); Tim Reynolds (guitar); Jim Wilson (slide guitar, keyboards, programming); Gabriel L. Osuna (Spanish guitar); Kevin Zoernig (keyboards); John Gagin (fretless bass); Mark Clark (bongos, percussion); Polly Ferber, Geoffrey Gordon (percussion); Armand Amar (programming).
Liner Note Author: Jim Wilson.
Recording information: Aina Studios, Muir Beach, CA; Exile Studios, Fairfax, CA; Femios Studio, Paris, France; Pucalpa, Peru; Stepbridge Studios, Santa Fe, NM.
Editor: Walker Barnard.
Photographer: Pascal Pinson.
A Universe to Come gets off to a refreshingly different start with its club-friendly "Dub Gubbi," its Indian drones shimmering under a groovy mix of organic and electronic percussion. It sets the tone for this album, which doesn't seem otherwise to stretch itself too far outside of standard ethnic fusion mores with its Asian and Native American-style source material chopped, looped and sequenced by programmer Jim Wilson. The feel of the album is laid-back and mystical, but it seems to be as much about the beat as it is about the ideas, which is a good thing -- much of the music in this genre takes itself too seriously. There is one song ("I Am") which does seem to carry just the right amount of poetic power, perhaps because it takes its text from a somewhat unconventional source, The Gnostic Gospels. Overall, A Universe to Come is a soothing, peaceful album that seems to have its best moments when it shakes things up a bit. ~ Stacia Proefrock
NAPRA Review (05-06/02, p.80) - "...Considerable talents that weave and wend, unleashing primal sounds and unearthly vocals, channeling deep meditative grooves, and evoking divine visions....Traverse[s] dub, east Indian, flamenco, Gnostic gospels, and the profound influence of traditional Ayahuasca healing rituals..."
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