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Friday, January 01, 2016

CD Review: The Dan Wilkins Ensemble-Jnana Vijnana


Dan Wilkins (ten); Patrick McGhee (sop); Mike Bono, Vaughn Stoffet (gtr); Dave Lantz (pno/keys); Daryl Johns (bs); Jimmy MacBride (dms).
(Review by Lance).
Not a foot-tapper or a hip-shaker, this Sanskrit titled album is more a cerebral exercise. Wilkins' original compositions are, he says, inspired by personal psychological and spiritual experiences.
Jnana-Vijnana refers to the pursuit of understanding the knowledge of the Self and of the physical plural world in its many phases and incarnations.
There's more!
Jnana-Vijnana, it seems, was inspired by an event, in 2012, shortly after Wilkins attended a self-realisation seminar with a guru from India, Pujyashree Deepakbhai. "I'd been investigating Schopenhaur vis a vis Wagner and Zen philosophy, eventually leading to regular practice of Yoga and meditation..."
This is all beyond my Karma.
Judge for yourself.
http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/danwilkinsensemble.
Lance.

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