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I'd love a thread focused on well recorded music for a joyful, spiritual high and peace of mind ...  anything from gospel to classical Indian material.

 

 

 

 

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Yep, Trane(!), Indian and Arabic music (which inspired him), qawwali, Mahalia Jackson (!),  lots of other world music and many ECM recordings, Tangerine Dream and their contemporary incarnation - Carbon Based Lifeforms, early music, Arvo Part, Tavener, Gorecki.. Could probably go on and on..

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+1 for Arvo Part.

 

Philip Glass.

 

"A Meeting by the River" with Ry Cooder

 

John Rutter

 

Friar Alesandro

 

...Spiritual or moving music seems like a moving target. I have had some popular music move me to tears and some religious music move me from the room!


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Kohachiro Miyata's "Shakuhachi: The Japanese Flute" is one that I return to most consistently for a spiritual tuning.

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