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Swetadwip - Golden Avatar - A Change Of Heart

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  1. Dusho says:
    Mar 07,  · Golden Avatar was the brainchild of Michael Cassidy, who was a devout Krishna. That influenced the sound of this record immensely. Many feel that this record is a soft prog/ psychedelic album but that is not what I felt when listening. It does have prog/ psych tendencies but I .
  2. Shakajar says:
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  3. Akiktilar says:
    Golden Avatar - Golden Avatar - A Change Of Heart - [LP] - opera.granigdagatiussamujinn.infoinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello Select your address.
  4. Narisar says:
    GOLDEN AVATAR is a Jazz Rock/ Fusion band from the United States with a very large ensemble of artists featuring on their debut album "A Change of Heart" The artists featured include founder of the band and visionary Michael Cassidy on lead vocals, guitar, Carl Bezzemer & David Stout on piano, Barry Goldsman on organ, synthesizer, Carl.
  5. Akilabar says:
    He had the opportunity to debut his first indie release, A Change of Heart, in an intimate meeting with his spiritual teacher in His guru was very pleased and blessed the project. His guru was very pleased and blessed the project.
  6. Motilar says:
    Golden Avatar - A Change Of Heart. Sudarshan Disc () A Change Of Heart 07 Swetadwip 08 Oh Govinda 09 Time For Going Home Personal Details: Details: Cat. Number: SD Packaging: Sleeve: Spars: N/A: RPM:
  7. Dogrel says:
    Aug 24,  · Although Cassidy's zombie-monotone vocals and the overall willowy nature of this album isn't enough to make you shave your head and throw on an orange robe, occasionally A Change of Heart breaks out into some endearing moments, check out the guitar work on "Swetadwip," 60's psych touches of "Questions Questions" and /5(5).

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