Sacred Spirit – Sacred Spirit II: Culture Clash

10 03 2009

61c6h19f3dl_ss500_Sacred Spirits – Sacred Spirits II: Culture Clash
MP3 @ 192 Kbps | 59:55 min | 2000 | 88.6 MB | 10% Recovery Record

The genre of this CD is quite hard to pinpoint. It’s blues, it’s classical, and at the same time, new-agey. The beauty of this is that all these genres culminate in what can be described as pure ear candy. Stand out tracks include “Slow and Easy”, a remix of an old John Lee Hooker classic. The remix surprisingly does JLH’s deep, sorrowful voice justice, which is accented by blues guitar and cello. JLH also lends his vocals to the following track, “Sonnet XVIII”, which concludes the blues journey Sacred Spirit have created. It is interesting to hear the classical music interwoven through each track, as apparently these musicians are playing entirely from the heart, blending so gracefully with the blues instruments and vocals. “Lay Down” is another fine example of how well blues and classical music mesh together. Sacred Spirit: Culture Clash is for all music fans who are open to new and old sounds, and for those that appreciate the Blues played in a different style.

1. Intro
2. Culture Clash
3. Lay Down
4. On the Road
5. Legends
6. No More Cotton
7. Sun Won’t Talk No More
8. Black Progress
9. Roots
10. Babes in the Juke House
11. Brownsville, Tennessee /Interlude: to Be a Slave #2
12. Slow & Easy
13. Sonnet XVIII


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2 responses

11 03 2009
Nicolas Garcia

What a great site…!!!!
Thanks a lot for sharing this musical universe of the New Age and similar genres…

12 03 2009

@Nicolas Garcia
You are most welcome. Thank you very much for taking the time to comment. Hope you enjoy the music you find here.

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