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Jai Uttal is a treasure to our hearts and our souls!!!

Jai Uttal is a treasure and an inspiration to us all!! His beautiful journey from then to now has been nothing short of amazing, and life changing. In his CD "Return to Shiva Station" he showers us with divine kirtan love, and it's absolutely breathtaking. Thank you Jai for always sharing your soul with us. Love, C.C. White.

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Never a disappointment .... Huge fan since 1990 (footprints) .... Thank you Jai

Absolutely Love!

Such an a amazing and beautiful album. Jai sings with sweet devotion. This album is the soundtrack of my spring!

Biography

Genre: World

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Jai Uttal has played Motown songs in cover bands and busked for change on the streets. Both of those experiences have stood him in good stead for his musical career, which finds his music straddling the divide between world and new age. Born in New York City in 1952, Uttal grew up in the music business -- his father worked for a record label -- and at the age of seven he began piano lessons. Those were followed by banjo, guitar, and harmonica as Uttal began to discover American roots music, most...
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Return to Shiva Station - Kailash Connection, Jai Uttal
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: New Age, Music, Indian
  • Released: Mar 25, 2014

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