Lama Tashi: Tibetan Master Chants - Amazing deep chant (2004) [Re-upload]

Posted By : Fanerose | Date : 17 Jun 2010 12:54:00 | Comments : 8 |

Lama Tashi: Tibetan Master Chants - Amazing deep chant
Meditative | mp3 | bitrate 192 kbps | 12 tracks | runtime 57:19 min | 76.1 mb | 2004 | Rapidshare links
Buddhism - Deep chanting - Tibet - Label: Spirit Music
New links after request june, 17th 2010
This is truly one of the most amazing deep Tibetan chants I have ever encountered. The first time I heard it, after a short period of time it took me to a deep trans state. Since then I'm looking everywhere for this kind of music. Not only from Lama Tashi, but many others. If you want to feel the essence of what the world can give you, than this is one of THE ways to go!

Editorial Reviews (copied from Amazon)


Product Description
"Lama Tashi’s voice is amazingly powerful and deeply resonant, creating extraordinary harmonics as he chants. At times, his voice is multi-tracked and the recording sounds like a monastery full of Tibetan Chant Masters. This is a remarkable recording that will benefit anyone’s sacred music collection." -EARTH VIBE

"Lama Tashi’s Tibetan Master Chants features the chanting of one of the world’s foremost Tibetan Chant Masters, produced by the founder and director of Sound Healers Association Jonathan Goldman. The album was created to provide profound listening pleasure beside vibrational shifts in order to draw people towards sacred Tibetan mantras." -BUDDHIST CHANNEL

2005 Grammy nominee for Best World Music Album! Includes 12 well-known Tibetan mantras, including "Om Ah Hum" and "Om Mani Padme Hum" featuring the sacred deep voice chanting of one of the world’s foremost Tibetan chant masters. Produced by healing sounds pioneer Jonathan Goldman, this CD was created as a three-fold tool: for pure listening pleasure, to create sacred space, and to teach listeners sacred Tibetan mantras. There is a specific order and function for each of the chants on this recording, which work together in order to assist personal and planetary consciousness. Lama Tashi’s voice is amazingly powerful and deeply resonant, creating extraordinary harmonics. A remarkable recording that will benefit anyone’s sacred music collection! The cd case includes a 24-page booklet about the chants.

1. Setting Motivation
2. Mantra of Blessing
3. Guru Rinpoche
4. Heart Sutra
5. Avalokitesvara
6. Manjushri
7. Vajrapani
8. Buddha Amitayus
9. Buddha Ushnisha Vijaya
10. Tara
11. Medicine Buddha
12. Dedication Prayer

A bit more about the honorable Lama Tashi:

Ngawang Tashi Bapu was born on 22nd Feb 1968, in the village of Thembang, state of Arunachal Pradesh, North East India. He was born into a large farming family of three brothers and four sisters. Lama Tashi entered Drepung Loseling Monastery in June 1983.

An excellent student, Lama Tashi began to formally study in 1983, a the age of 15. He later perfected the Tibetan “Deep Voice”, a multi-phonic singing technique utilized in sacred prayer. Sixteen years later, his extraordinary abilities lead to his enthronement as Umzey, or Principal Chant Master, of Drepung Loseling Monastery.

The compassion, wisdom and vocal abilities of Lama Tashi so impressed his teachers and spiritual leaders of the monastery that in 1991 he was chosen as one of the monks to travel the world on the Sacred Music and Dance tour of 1991-1992. For 11 months, he traveled throughout the United States, Mexico and Canada performing on the tour.

In December, 1999, Lama Tashi was formally appointed Umzey, or Principal Chant Master, of Drepung Loseling Monastery. The following summer he again visited the United States. He was Head Chant Master of the Monlam Chenmo (Great Prayer Festival), which was presided over by H.H., the Dalai Lama on the National Mall in Washington, D.C, before an audience of over 50,000 people. In January of 2002, Lama Tashi led the prayer as Choyang Umzey at the traditional Great Prayer Festival at Bodhgaya, India where over 250,000 people attended.

Lama Tashi is among the great multi-phonic chanters currently active and has performed with many well known musicians. He appeared twice at New York City’s Carnegie Hall, in 1997 and 1998, performing with many notables, including: Philip Glass, Natalie Merchant, Michael Stipe of R.E.M., Patti Smith, Ben Harper, Billy Corgan of Smashing Pumpkins, and Sheryl Crow. In 1998, he performed with Philip Glass at the premier showing of the award winning film “Kundun” at Lincoln Center in New York City. In 2002, he performed with Kitaro at Denver’s City Light’s Pavilion.

Throughout Lama Tashi’s world travels, he has taught extensively and performed and recorded both independently (“THE LOST CHORD”, “CHANT MASTERS” and “MEDICINE BUDDHA”), and with monks of the Drepung Loseling Monastery (“SACRED TIBETAN CHANTS”, “SOUNDS OF THE VOID”,“SACRED MUSIC/ SACRED DANCE” and “COMPASSION”)

In addition to his tasks as Principal Chant Master of the Drepung Loseling Monastery, he is also the Head of the Department of Multi-phonic Chant of the monastery, assisting the monastery in using modern Western recording techniques to preserve and archive sacred Tibetan Chants in digital format for generations to come.

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Tibetan Master Chants 1
Tibetan Master Chants 2
Tibetan Master Chants 3
Tibetan Master Chants 4

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Posted By: Fanerose Date: 31 Oct 2009 20:21:50
Would be nice to hear what you people think of it! Is there anyone of the 130 who grabbed it after a couple of hours who can give me some feedback if you have the same deep feeling about it as I have, or am I a bit too enthousiastic about it? :):)
Posted By: pdiddy Date: 31 Oct 2009 22:21:08
hi i will let you know... perhaps if you have the cd you could upload a lossless flac version, 192b a bit low for music based on such transcendant overtones, then we can hear the same as you!!!

easy cd-da is a great app and you can find it you know where!

Posted By: pericoc Date: 31 Oct 2009 22:54:30
my father will appreciate this,

thanks for sharing :D
Posted By: Brother No 1 Date: 01 Nov 2009 01:23:15
This is excellent - I already have it and highly recommend it.

Many so called chant albums have western instumentation in them to make the chants more palatable... to me that just fucks them up (like Gregorian chant with saxaphone!)

This is a pure chant album - there are no addeded conceits - again, I highly recommend it.
Posted By: nowhereman13 Date: 05 Feb 2010 08:48:25
Posted By: tarta.ru Date: 17 Jun 2010 19:01:16
Thank you|||
Posted By: Fanerose Date: 17 Jun 2010 21:29:24
privjet tarta!!!

No problem...
Posted By: Rubenricardo Date: 18 Jun 2010 13:53:17
Excelente, muchas gracias