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Yungchen Lhamo - Tibet, Tibet | Sacred Yungchen Lhamo - Tibet, Tibet MP3 | CBR 256 Kbps | 103 Mb 1996 | Language: Tibetan |Genre: World, Ethnic Tracks 1. Om Mani Padme Hung 2. Lama Dorje Chang 3. Ari-Lo 4. Refuge Prayer 5. Par Panee Dawa Shar 6. Lhasa Pumo 7. Dorje Den 8. Dradul Nyenken 9. Om Mani Padme Hung II 10. Ga Pai Pa Yul Chola Yungchen's first release on Peter Gabriel's Real World Records label is fittingly called Tibet, Tibet. Lyrically, the songs on this album emote with the fresh cadence and gripping honesty of spiritual offerings. For example, "Lama Dorje Chang" beseeches the Dalai Lama to bless the world with his enlightened mind. "Ari-lo," a song Yungchen learned from her grandmother as a little girl, tells of entering an ominous foreign land, and gradually with courage learning to make a home there. The final track describes the strife besetting Tibet, the bravery of its people and the confidence that the Dalai Lama will one day preside over his people on Tibetan land again. The song features a full orchestra, courtesy of digital composition software. "You can't see the people," giggles Yungchen. "It's an invisible orchestra. They fell from the sky." The New York Daily News wrote of the album: "Once you've heard her stunning record, Tibet, Tibet, on Peter Gabriel's Real World label, or seen her in concert, the power that her voice and melodies have to still an agitated mind becomes obvious." RS Link:

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