MP3 Gordon Burnham and John Mccormick - Listen to Your Heart
Two acoustic guitars, original instrumentals, rhythmic, bluesy, dreamy, spiritual, meditative, healing, composed in spiritual powers spots in the U.S. and Europe.
9 MP3 Songs
NEW AGE: New Age, NEW AGE: Spiritual
John McCormick (https://www.tradebit.com) was born and raised in Indianapolis. While studying philosophy at Ancilla College in Indiana, he met Gordon Burnham and Bob Beaser, two exquisite pickers from Kalamazoo, Michigan. They inspired him to take up the acoustic guitar. John has since played the finest venues in North America and Europe, and recorded five CDs for Phantom Records. He is a modern minstrel with gentle wit, sensitive vocals, and wicked guitar skills.
Gordon Burnham (https://www.tradebit.com) was born and raised in Michigan, attended college at Western Michigan University and after a fortuitous gig booked by John McCormick at Ancilla College, he moved to Boston to play music in coffeehouses and colleges. He soon made a home on the south shore of Boston, in an idyllic harbor town called Cohasset. For twenty years he played music throughout the U.S as well as in the Carribean and Europe, was music director at the Vedanta Centre and now lives in La Crescenta, CA.
“Listen To Your Heart” is introspective and serenely joyful; a musical meditative journey generating an atmosphere that lifts and releases the heart and spirit.
The music is inspired by the great spiritual teachings from various traditions, by great world teachers, and our own personal teachers, Srimata Gayatri Devi and Srimata Sudha Puri Devi. It is dedicated to the source of all vibration and sound.
“Music should be healing; music should uplift the soul; music should inspire. What makes us feel drawn to music is that our whole being is music; our mind and our body, the nature in which we live, the nature that has made us, all that is beneath and around us, it is all music.” -- Hazrat Inayat Khan
This recording came together during a period of powerful musical, personal and spiritual transition in our lives, helping us to both create and navigate through an exciting and tumultuous time in life’s journey.
The music is the fruit of a longtime friendship, collaboration and intertwining musical paths that merged in Boston for two years, long enough to create and record this music with the help of Jim Richards, a gifted and inspired sound engineer and a great friend.
We thank Alan Perlman for the magnificent guitars. (https://www.tradebit.com)
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