"When All Is Gone To Love" is Track 6 of the CD, Danavira: Giver of Light. This is an album of joyous holiday music for Danavira Mela, the season of Light-in-Everybody — or any time of year you’re moved to dive into an uplifting stream of devotional rhythm!
"When All Is Gone To Love" credits: Words: JoAnne Sunshine Vocals: JoAnne Sunshine and Mel McMurrin Guitar: David Epstein Flute, Keyboards: John Mackay Arranged by: John Mackay Recorded by: David Thompson, Lake County Mixed by: David Thompson and John Mackay
A slideshow with pictures of Adi Da Samraj from the early days of His Formal Teaching Work to the 1980's, historical photos covering a broad period of His Work.
Soundtrack is a devotional piece by devotee John MacKay.
Excerpt from First Evening: Track 8 on the DVD, A Tribute to the Life and Work of His Divine Presence, Adi Da Samraj. More than 7 hours long, this Tribute DVD was filmed on the occasion of the first Anniversary of Adi Da's Divine Mahasamadhi, when devotees, family, and friends of Adi Da Samraj gathered at Adi Da Samrajashram, Fiji (Adi Da's principal Hermitage), to acknowledge Adi Da as the Divine in human form, to praise His Greatness, and to express their heart-felt gratitude for the Blessings they have received from Him.
A list of all the tracks on this DVD can be found here.
Opera singer and longtime devotee Crane Kirkbride sings in devotional rapture and praise of Avatar Adi Da Samraj, including the Adidam classic, "I Am Who You Are", as well as selections by devotee composers Ray Lynch, Joanne Sunshine, John Mackay, and Louis Rozier.
Liquid Light is a sequel of a kind to Crane's earlier album, Infinite Well. It is more ambitious, including new devotional songs by John Mackay, who also produced this album, a Chaconne by Louis Rozier, several classical pieces set to Words by Adi Da Samraj, even the duet from "The Pearlfishers!" Katharine DeBoer, Roger Ohlsen and Mel McMurrin join Crane as vocalists for this album, which also introduces some fine instrumentalists. Every song except "If You Keep Too Many Cats" has been offered to Avatar Adi Da in a "Sacred Offering".
Adi Da Samraj has often praised J.S. Bach as one of the truly authentic composers of sacred music in the Western tradition. In this album, Naamleela Free Jones and several other devotees of Adi Da Samraj (the John Mackay Trio) create jazz interpretations of several of Bach's classic piano preludes. This music invokes a sacred sphere of Happiness inspired by Adi Da's great Love and Blessings.
Light Imagery created by Ute Posegga-Rudd against the backdrop of music and chanting from the Adidam Music Guild, based on the Word of Adi Da Samraj. "There is Only Light" is by John Mackay, from his album, Danavira. With German subtitles.
Light Imagery created by Ute Posegga-Rudd against the backdrop of music and chanting from the Adidam Music Guild, based on the Word of Adi Da Samraj.
"There is Only Light" is by John Mackay , from his album, Danavira. It draws on the Qawwali tradition of Sufi devotional music (exemplified by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan). Read Adi Da's appreciation of the Qawwali musical tradition here.
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