Friday, December 19, 2008


Yes it's once again time for the best in Indian Classical music. Nikhil Banerjee was a master sitar player with amazing spirtual depth which you will discover with this recording . This album was originally posted on the excellent We Love Music blog. Enjoy it.

Saturday, December 13, 2008

ALEVI DERVISHES - An esoteric Sufi ceremony - Prayer in the praise of the God and the Prophets

Here you have a very rare and interesting piece. A Alevi dervish ceremony with Saz and singing. The Alevi Sufis are very special and derserve more attention. If this catches your fancy check out other Alevi Saz musicans like Muhlis Akarsu, start with Youtube and while at it see the great Alevi Dervish film about Pir Sultan Abdal. Google video has it in it entirety. Thanks to my friend (who wants to remain unknown) who gave me this.

Friday, November 21, 2008


Here you have a great Sufi Ney flute album. This is one of the best Sufi flute albums I have heard. I'm confident you will like it aswell. A good site for good Sufi Ney music and more is the excellent I warmly recommend it.
Enjoy and transcend to a higher awareness.

Saturday, November 8, 2008

The Dervishes of Turkey: Sufi Music

I got this incredible Sufi album from a friend who wants to remain unknown (Thank You!). Here you get Sufi chants by Turkish Dervishes that will affact you in ways you didn't think was possible. These chants are for body heart and soul. I hope you get as much from this as I do.

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Sunday, November 2, 2008

Farid Un Din Attar - Conference of the birds (e Book)

Here you have the Fitzgerald transalation of this Sufi classic which is essencial to everyone striving for higher awareness and being.

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Friday, October 24, 2008

Gurdjieff/De Hartmann - Seekers of the truth Cd 1 & 2

Here you have another great Gurdjieff/De Hartmann recording. Seekers of the truth cds 1 & 2. My favorite piece is Rituals of a Sufi order nr 1. Hear it and the other pieces included here.

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Saturday, September 20, 2008

BEHNAM MANAHEDJI - Master of Persian Santoor

This time you'll get deep spiritual santoor music from Persia (Iran). This is a deep album with a sound and feel that transcends you to higher realms instantly. I highly recommend you all to discover the depth and enlightening quality of classical dashgah music of Persia.

Peace be on you all

Sunday, September 7, 2008

USTAD MOHAMMAD OMAR - Virtuoso from Afghanistan

It's once again time for more great classical music from Afghanistan. Together with Essa Kassimi (hear his album as well), Ustad Mohammad Omar (R.I.P) was one of the best rubab players from Afghanistan. This is deep and highly spiritual music that with entice and enlighten you. On this recording, Ustad Mohammad Omar teamed up with Indian tabla master Zakir Hussain, who he had not meet before this session. Anyway they both work together perfectly and the end result is sheer magic. Enjoy this friends and support classical music of Afghanistan.
Peace be on you all.

Thursday, September 4, 2008


Here you have more music by the esoteric mystic G.I Gurdjieff. I found these recordings and thought it might be of interest to you. Have an enlightening listen.

available on torrents

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

G.I Gurdjieff - Sacred Hymns

I found this album on another site, but because of it's quality and obscurity I thought I would include it on this blog too. The music is of esoteric mystic G.I Gurdjieff played on piano by Keith Jarret. This is essential to all who are interested of the 4 th way.

available as torrents

Tuesday, July 15, 2008


Nikhil Banerjee (R.I.P) was one of the best Indian sitarists ever. He had a spiritual depth which is rare among sitarists and others of the Indian classical music scene. Hemant from 1970 is a prime example of this. You get a depth and vibe which must be experienced to be believed. I got this originally from the excellent Henry's Archive blog. If this album catches your fancy, feel free to explore Henry's blog for more.

Peace be on you all

Sunday, June 29, 2008

P.D Ouspensky - The Psychology of mans possible evolution

I figured it's time this blog diversifies itself to sharing books as well as music. Peter Ouspensky was the for most disciple of G.I Gurdjieff, a esoteric mystic who brought to the west a esoteric teaching called esoteric Christianity (prehistoric Egyptian root of all the western religions) or the fourth way as he also called it.

"The psychology of mans possible evolution"is an introduction to the fourth way. It's a good beginning if one wants to explore this teaching. I read this 10 years ago and it had a profound effect on me. Hope it enlightens you as well. Best to you all.

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Please read this book on your computer. Every effort counts.

Thursday, April 3, 2008


Another excellent deep raga from Ravi Shankar. This time in the vein of Nikhil Banerjee, a single long deep raga thats more for the soul and spirit than for the showcasing fast fingers which many ragas are prone to develop into. This is a definite personal favorite. Enjoy it friends!


New Link 28/9-08

Saturday, March 29, 2008

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Mohammad Rahim Khushnawaz - The Rubab of Herat

Rare collection of classical music from Afghanistan worth hearing

Essa Kassimi - Art of Rabab of Afghanistan 1979

The best Afghan raga collection I have heard. High Quality music by a true master.

Pandit Ragnuth Set - Classical Flute Music Of India

Enlightening collection of ragas on flute accompanied by tambura and tabla drums. Beautiful and deep music.

available at Closet of curiosities blog

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Ali Akbar Khan - Than and Now

Master work by Indian master Ali Akbar Khan. Includes 1955 recordings that were among the first Indian classical music to have been released in the west.

Roop Verma - Live in Berwaldhallen Stockholm Sweden

Beautiful heartfelt Live performance in Stockholm Sweden by Indian master Roop Verma, who is said to have been an apprentice of Ravi Shankar.

go to roop Vermas home page for CDs and tapes


A exquisite enlightening classic from 1968 with Masters Sharma (santoor) and Chauraisa (Flute) joining forces. An excellent album for beginners as for seasoned aficionados of the genre.

Ravi Shankar - Sounds of India 1968

Great accessible album in which Ravi gives short lectures about the music in between Ragas. Excellent album for beginners. Very good high quality recording with several different ragas.

Ravi Shankar & Ali Akbar Khan - Master Musicians of India

A Classic of Classical Indian music in which both Ravi Shankar and Ali Akbar Khan join forces. An recording that is hard to surpass. My first Indian classical album which I Cherise even today. Excellent album for beginners.