Sunday, 27 May 2012

Podcast 003 - Chakrini sings Radhe Govinda

Chakrini in Oxford
Chakrini, a well known kirtan leader, singer, and musician - described as a fresh beautiful voice of kirtan and yoga, visited us in 2011.

Chakrini spent her youth in Vrindavan, and in ashrams around the world where she studied bhajan and kirtan.

Download her latest album at: Chakrini: Songs of the Soul

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Podcast 002 - Tulasi Harrison leads Kirtan

Tulasi in Oxford, 2009

A Krishna kirtan led by Tulasi Harrison, recorded in 2009, Oxford.

Tulasi, a midwife from London, has just become engaged to Namarasa, from the USA. Both joined us last year to lead kirtan and we will podcast their kirtans from that session shortly. In the meanwhile we offer every good wish and blessing for their future together.

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Friday, 18 May 2012

Podcast 001 - Oxford Kirtans are Podcasting

Meru in Oxford, 2007
Well Folks,

We are podcasting our kirtans again after many years of web-silence.

Our first post is this lovely rendition of the mantra, "Om Namo Bhagavate", sung by the inspiration behind our Oxford kirtans, Meru Devi, recorded in 2007.

Our recordings are not professional, so please excuse any deficency in quality. Our aim is to please and any help you can offer to improve the sound quality, recording or editing would be greatly appreciated.

You can subscribe to the podcast by signing up in the box on the right, and we will add a few new files each month, which can be downloaded directly to your phone, media player, or computer. You will also be able to subscribe from itunes, or by adding this url to your podcasting service: