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Neti-neti Audio Letter Remix

Various Artists

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fantastic remix

I return to this CD again and again, a 2003 remix album -- produced by Sharon Gannon -- of Audio Letter’s 1987 disc "It is This, It is Not This," featuring mixes by Bill Laswell, Russell Simmons, the Beastie Boys’ Mike D, and RUN-DMC’s Reverend Run. On vocals, Neti Neti features Sharon Gannon, who has been called a vocalist of stunning range and power. Billboard hailed the disc's release for its “exotic rhythms, otherworldly soundscapes, and flawless musicianship.”

Sharon along with co-founder David Life together created the pivotal Jivamukti yoga method, which has legions of students worldwide. Music, as well as emphasis on spiritual enlightenment, are the twin, intoxicating influences of this celebrated style of yoga. The daughter of an opera singer, Sharon grew up in Washington, DC, and was exposed to many styles of music as a child. After moving to Seattle in 1967 she went on to perform with the bands New Fauvist Revue, Pyche-Run, Body Falling Downstairs, and Audio Letter. The latter outfit relocated to New York in 1983, where it became a staple of the downtown scene and eventually included jazz legends Don Cherry and Denis Charles, and multi-instrumentalist David Life, who would become Sharon’s life partner and found Jivamukti Yoga with her in 1984.

Known mostly in Jivamukti yoga circles, Neti Neti deserves wider audiences. It is trippy, multi-dimentional and addictive, much like other gems from Bill Laswell's collection. Check it out.

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