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    The Workshop for the Arts
Genre: Spiritual
Region: Texas

   Description     Biography     Influences   
Forty Five Baha'i artists and producers from as far away as China, Hawaii, Canada and Camaroon collaborate in a wide variety of styles, instruments and genres of spiritually uplifting music set to the Sacred Texts of the Baha'i Faith.

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Unrestrained as the Wind
2006

Step 1 - Personal Info
No. Title Duration Price Download
1.  A New Life 2:44 $0.89
2.  O Befriended Stranger 3:47 $0.89
3.  O Wayfarer 3:07 $0.89
4.  Plane of Sacrifice 3:49 $0.89
5.  Righteousness 5:41 $0.89
6.  Tabernacle of Unity 3:29 $0.89
7.  The Origin of all Thing.. 3:17 $0.89
8.  The Victory 2:27 $0.89
9.  Unity of Mankind 3:48 $0.89
10.  No Doubt 2:43 $0.89
11.  I Loved Thy Creation 2:35 $0.89
12.  Absolute Submissiveness 3:02 $0.89
13.  Be Anxiously Concerned 1:57 $0.89
14.  Cup of Sorrow 4:55 $0.89
15.  Detachment 3:01 $0.89
16.  Endeavour 1:19 $0.89
17.  Equality 3:11 $0.89
18.  God's Purpose 1:30 $0.89
19.  Guide Thy Neighbor 1:58 $0.89
20.  Unrestrained as the Win.. 4:22 $0.89

Unrestrained as the Wind
Genre: Spiritual
Release Date: 12/18/2006
20 Songs

  $15.00  (Physical CD)

  $15.00 (Download CD)
earBuzz Review:
The Workshop for the Arts compilation CD, "Unrestrained as the Wind", contains 20 memorable compositions that musically travel areas to folk, alternative rock, gospel choral, instrumental bluegrass, tribe, to ethereal AC - and others. Lyrically, all tunes are based on the teachings of Baha'u'llah. For more info on the teachings, just google. The CD is quite an achievement of what we've always held as a difficult artistic endeavor - that is to put music and melody to spiritual text that can't really be altered. Most tracks hit the mark and provide a tremendous musical journey and sample of some fine artists. The opening track, "O Wayfarer" is spoken sung by Colleen Lovejoy. The music bed is a techno medium-tempoed mover with acoustic guitar and keyboard rolling chords and patches. Track 2, "O Befriended Stranger", features Laura Harley's work with a whispering vibrato-laden intimate approach. The song's production reminds us a bit of Smashing Pumpkins - very cool. Track 6, "Righteousness", takes the gospel choral approach to the spiritual teachings here. The tune is a syncopated triplet choir figure that stirs the soul. Track 8, "The Victory", written by Richard Cook and sung by Chris Bank, pushes alternative male vocal rock that is accentuated by simultaneous saxophone solos towards the middle. The composition has roots back in the Beatles day, and the mix, which is void of most effects, gives an in-your-face feeling that inspires. Track 14, "The Origin of All Things", begins with gorgeous piano. .and makes way for angelic three part harmonies by Elika Mahony. There are answering and repeating vocal parts, supported by strings and reverbed with subtlety. Nice. One of the final tracks, "Equality", is a welcome change of genre as Gustaff Besungu performs a one-man recording that combines lead and harmony singing, vocal percussion with real skins - resulting in a tribal artistic statement as sincere as we've heard. Great collection.