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Trance Blackman - Flawless

Here's a song from Trance Blackman's "Opus Instrumentalus: Vibrations" album. The whole collection consists of electronic music, but with very very different styles and moods.

"Flawless" is sort of a slow house / trance piece with nice vocals.

Song: Trance Blackman - Flawless (5:09 min, 6.8 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 2.0
Source: archive.org

Hangnail Phillips - Just Here Waiting

Melancholia spread by Hangnail Phillips. This feels like the right kind of music for this season...

Song: Hangnail Phillips - Just Here Waiting (2:33 min, 3.6 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-nd 2.0 Music Sharing License
Source: hangnailphillips.com

William Brooks - Seven Promises

William Brooks's "Seven Promises" is a mixture of rock, folk, country (?) and maybe other genres. I like it.

Song: William Brooks - Seven Promises (3:16 min, 3.0 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 1.0
Source: magnatune.com

Yah Elah - Kol HaN'shama:La Ilaha Il Allah

This next song, again performed by Yah Elah has a rather... long and way too complex (arabic?) name. Thank god there's such a thing as cut'n'paste.

Song: Yah Elah - Kol HaN'shama:La Ilaha Il Allah (2:57 min, 3.2 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 1.0
Source: magnatune.com

Yah Elah - Hare Krishna

I haven't been able to post new music yesterday, so you will be blessed with a whole pile of world music songs today ;-)

The first one is from Yah Elah, a great bunch of artists, ranging from vocalists to players of the flute, the violin, the harp, a broad range of percussion instruments and lots more.

Their music

combines the sacred texts and liturgies of many traditions to reveal the deep knowing of our hearts, that all life is one.

This piece of their album "Each of Us" is called Hare Krishna.

Song: Yah Elah - Hare Krishna (2:57 min, 2.8 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 1.0
Source: magnatune.com

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