Flow Goes the Universe, an Album by Laraaji. Released in on All Saints (catalog no. ASCD10). Genres: Ambient, New Age.
'Celestial Music' is a long overdue career retrospective documenting the highlights from over 30 years of spiritual music by Edward Larry Gordon aka Laraaji. Like many others, we were first turned onto Laraaji by Universal Sound's recent(ish) reissue of his 'Celestial Vibration' () debut, which originally predated his better known "discovery" by Brian Eno, documented on 'Ambient 3: Day Of.
Celestial Music - (LP) Laraaji Celestial Vibration (LP) Laraaji Celestial Vibration (CD) Laraaji Om Namah Shivaya (LP) Laraaji View More. Label Releases. Any Other Way [Gold Vinyl] (LP) (LP) Joanna Brouk Do Not Pass Me By Vol. II [Silver Vinyl] (LP) Pastor T.L. Barrett & The Youth for Christ Choir Sea Of Bliss (LP) Don Slepian Do.
Oct 28, · Arguably the most exciting of the trio, ‘Celestial Music – ’ brings together a collection of early recordings, unreleased tracks and interesting collaborations with artists such as Bill Laswell, Michael Brook and Brian Eno.
The new Laraaji 2-CD career anthology, Celestial Music, is part of the reemergence of All Saints Records, a record label associated with Brian Eno and his (earlier) in-house label Opal Records. Two similar career-spanning 2-CD sets have been put out by Laraaji /5(7).
Find Laraaji discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Laraaji discography, albums and singles on AllMusic Connecting with the Inner Healer Through Music: Leaving Records Om Namah Shivaya: Leaving Records Essence/Universe: Audion Recording Company / All Saints Flow Goes the Universe: Gyroscope The Way Out Is.
Spacious and celestial music by electronic zither soloist Laraaji, spanning over 30 years work, and with much variety embodied. Laraaji's soundworlds conjure up new-age spacemen and muumuu-clad earth-mamas, as well as high-tech experimentation reaching some quite high emotional plateaus indeed, ahead of its time in any time.
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