From A 4 Year Journey Singing & Recording
COLORADO PLATEAU USA
Album #9 from the Planetary Grid Music Collection
Koyangwuti was recorded live with the Earth in the monumental beauty of the Colorado Plateau. Woven with spectacular natural rock formations, this expansive desert region is also known as the Four Corners of the United States. All 3 recording locations are on Balance and Aether energy lines of the UVG World Energy Grid. Koyangwuti is a Hopi word meaning Spider Grandmother.
These 6 uplifting, high desert songs spontaneously arose from deep listening to the awe-inspiring grandeur of the Grand Canyon escarpment, Arizona. Listening to the primordial biofabric, the warp and the weft of the Earth’s energy field at the majestic sandstone pinnacle, Spider Rock in Canyon De Chelly. Listening in to the extraordinary beauty way of the ancients imprinted in the deep cut valleys and cliff dwellings of Mesa Verde, Colorado.
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Planetary Grid Music Collection
12 Album Collection
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