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Gurunam Singh`s second album will open your heart wide as you receive the soothing, healing vibration of these devotional songs and mantras. Known for his smooth, rich voice, Gurunam`s music takes you deep into the heart of the sacred sound current. Silent Moonlight Meditation features Gurmukhi mantras and devotional songs that weave together Gurunam`s folk musical style with a fusion of Indian and Western instruments to create music you will want to listen to endlessly.
Gurunam Singh embarked on an inner and outer journey, traveling to the villages of India to live with a community of devoted Nihang Sikhs while creating the music on this album. This album is an amazing fruit of that intense experience, and the pure spirit and humility of his experience ring through on every note. Gurunam Singh has harnessed the musical devotion that has developed in his music over the last fifteen years. He would like to offer you a free track, Naam, to download from his album.
When Gurunam Singh graduated high school he was given a guitar and began composing simple songs. At 22 he found Yogi Bhajan and Sikh Dharma. He sang and played along with others and over time began leading chants in the early morning hours, before the rising of the sun. He spent lots of time in the solitude of his own home, and in the Sikh temple late at night, chanting to God and writing devotional songs. Gurunam's influences range from gospel, folk, and country, to classical Indian raag and traditional Sikh hymns, to many of the current artists who sing devotional Hindu chants. He occasionally studied with some great ragi's such as Bhai Avtar Singh from India, and Dya Singh from Australia. But his music is very simple. Anyone can chant along.