Vishudha Kali ‎– Psenodakh

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1 Rituals From Water 10:02
2 Rituals From Air 18:06
3 Rituals From Stones 16:32
4 Rituals From Fire 22:54

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CD limited to 350 copies, comes in hard crafted cardboard sleeve with eight-page booklet in semi-transparent vellum cover.

Orginally Released on Fight Muzik Label, 2003, FM07, St. Petersbourg

Recorded at Fight Muzik Studio, S.petersbourg, 2003

Only Sounds ov Human Voice & Breath as Sound Source material, Mixing & Processing
No Other Instruments were Used.
texts are Ancient Vedic Hymns, Mantras

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FM07 Vishudha Kali =Psenodakh=(CDr, Album, Ltd) Fight Muzik FM07 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
FM07 Vishudha Kali =Psenodakh=(CDr, Album, Ltd + CDr, Mini) Fight Muzik FM07 Russia 2003 Sell This Version
FM07 Vishudha Kali =Psenodakh=(CDr, Album + CDr + Ltd, Num) Fight Muzik FM07 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
o:004 Vishudha Kali Psenodakh(4xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, RM) :Vegvisir music: o:004 Russia 2013



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August 6, 2016
edited over 4 years ago

Sanskrit ambient, somewhere between Halo Manash and Phurpa but one of its kind. There are four long tracks, each one being a ritual to Water, Air, Stone, Fire, while the whole album, tensed with Vedic mantras and chants, resembles an ascending initiatory preparation to reach the purity and openness for the extraordinarily beautiful Rig Veda hymn closing the album ('Haidakhandi Aarti Sankirtan' - a very rare archive record of Hindustani saint Mahavatar Shree Haidakhan Babaji made by the officiary of Soviet Embrace in India). This one will stay in your spine with a cathartic and uplifting effect for quite some time, believe me.