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Album Review

Spirit Rising is a CD that Sonic Tribe made to "soothe the soul and make us feel whole again." This ensemble is a quartet of talented musicians — Dean Evenson (flute, digi-horn, keyboards),Scott Huckabay (trance guitar), Gina Salá (vocals, chants), and Greg Callahan (djembe, percussion, vocals). There are six guests — A.B. (didgeridoo), Beth Quist (doumbek, tambourine, vocals), Jason Darling (doumbek, percussion), Craig Olson (six-string fretless bass), and Phil Heaven (viola). These ten virtuosos have created a masterpiece and a full-scale homage to peace and harmony. This is not a typical Evenson Soundings disc. This CD has a lot of energy and heavy rock & roll timbres. They do not build atmospheres, but the atmospheres happen. This music soothes and then energizes the savage beast. This CD will appeal to fans of Gabrielle Roth, Byron Metcalf, Vas, and Steve Gorn.

Biography

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '00s

Sonic Tribe's unique and rhythmic ethnic fusion is a result of the various upbringings of the five musicians in the group. Consisting of members Beth Quist, Gina Sala, Greg Callahan, Dean Evenson and Scott Huckabay, the group blends the dreamy feel of New Age music with the exotic beats of world music. Their debut, Sonic Tribe, came out in 2000 and made a splash in the yoga world due to the album's relaxing tones and soothing...
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