represents and portrays the hopeful reunion between the Tibetan
people and their beloved spiritual leader the Dalai
The other selections on the album range from upbeat latin flavored
love songs "Look What You Do To My Music"
to spiritually oriented "Lotus In The Crown".
Orlando Morales is accompanied by a host of musical friends of talent.
Link plays standup bass and cello
on the album. Link has appeared on two other albums, "The Blue
Void" and "Dreamer Makes His Escape"
Beckwith appears for the first time with Morales,
playing 6 string bass adding a different dimension to the music.
Beckwith mixed all of the album and was the engineer on four
of the tracks.
The 3rd bass player appearing on one song is his old friend Jan
Hagglund, former cellist with the Stockholm Symphony.
Hagglund plays on"Kiirtan de Las Pulgas". Hagglund was
the engineer on the 5th album released "The Never Ending Path
David McKnight veteran Ninth Street Durham
violin player adds his own classical yet down home feel to Morales's
Freese aka "Straggler Lemming" plays
exquisite clarinet on "Fields of Fiesch" Freese has played
on "The Longest Dream" and "Follow The Brown Man"
both recorded in 1984. Freese will be appearing on Morales' next
release "Brahma Krpahi Kevalam" a devotional
album with Baba Nam Kevalam renditions scheduled for release in
the spring of 2006.