Bodh Gaya ‎– Ayahuasca - The Trip To The Fountain Of Culture

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High Society (3) ‎– HS CD 016
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A book related to this CD is available from Nachtschatten Verlag.
Packaged in a standard jewelcase with a clear tray and 8-page booklet detailing ayahuasca origins, traditions and ceremonies.
Release year not printed. Made in Germany.

Total time 75:43

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 18751 14472 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 718751144729
  • Matrix / Runout: GZ J91006 HS CD 016
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 5J01
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 5J11

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chimushi

chimushi

July 27, 2018
edited 19 days ago
Bodh Gaya pulled off a winner with this collection of esoteric Goa Trance. This style of Goa Trance is not the greatest hits of Goa Trance style of dance music for sure. This is a collection of introspective tracks that are meant to mildly challenge the mind to an eventual psychedelic surrender. If you have never been to a proper Goa Trance party, then this music could be somewhat frustrating to a mind that is used to predigested psytrance and is used to simple beats, big monotonous sounds and simple patterns. Whenever the mass follows something you can bet that it is no threat to the status quo or the safety zone of the separated self. Real Goa Trance is not rave camp. The music on this comp is designed to take a dancer out of the safety zone and out into the unknown where true dancing and true living coexist. So most will not enjoy this. For anyone attempting to pull off a real Goa Trance party, this music is pure gold.
hugoroquesantos22

hugoroquesantos22

February 6, 2018

Underrated and one of the Best oldchool tribal Goa trance releases, even if its just by their blend of sounds they created

The music takes you right out to what it seemes to be a tribal shamanic psychadelic ritual, and spiritual Journey.