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  • Bruce Morgen
    Indian folk rock sensation Raghu Dixit on meeting rock legend Robert Plant at a TV taping in London: Robert was the only artist I knew. I d never heard of
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 6, 2010
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      Indian "folk rock" sensation
      Raghu Dixit on meeting rock
      legend Robert Plant at a TV
      taping in London:

      "Robert was the only artist I
      knew. I'd never heard of any of
      the others. It was an amazing
      moment which I'll remember for
      the rest of my life.

      "I said, 'I feel awesome to have
      the opportunity to showcase my
      music in front of you'.

      "Robert was so humble and replied,
      'It's an opportunity for all of us,
      we're all beginners - in music,
      every day is a brand new day'. It
      was amazing for a man of his
      stature to say that to me.

      <http://www.californiachronicle.com/articles/yb/153093644>

      It's seems Sri Robert has come a
      long way from his days as Led
      Zeppelin's room-wrecking "golden
      god" of pop star excess -- and
      Raghu Dixit is quite a talent, a
      powerhouse vocalist with a sharp
      and highly nuanced ear who pays
      due homage to the traditions of
      his homeland while wholeheartedly
      embracing western influences:

      <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtNU7NCr9yw>

      Here's the indefatigable Sri
      Robert from the same excellent TV
      show with his remarkable "Band of
      Joy."  His song starts at about
      4:20 -- when I hear it, "Satan"
      equates to ignorance and "Jesus"
      is the inner guru we may (or may
      not) encounter in meditation.  In
      fact, as heard here the song itself
      is a meditation on the sincere
      determination to dispel ignorance:

      <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEo2kHkqgrQ>

    • medit8ionsociety
      So, Sri Robert takes us up the stairway to heaven and we find him and Sri Raghu Dixit sharing their celestial harmonies. Thanks and praises for these
      Message 2 of 2 , Dec 7, 2010
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        So, Sri Robert takes us up the stairway to
        heaven and we find him and Sri Raghu Dixit
        sharing their celestial harmonies. Thanks
        and praises for these transcendant performances.
        Extra-ordinary!

        --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com, Bruce Morgen <editor@...> wrote:
        >
        > Indian "folk rock" sensation
        > Raghu Dixit on meeting rock
        > legend Robert Plant at a TV
        > taping in London:
        >
        > "Robert was the only artist I
        > knew. I'd never heard of any of
        > the others. It was an amazing
        > moment which I'll remember for
        > the rest of my life.
        >
        > "I said, 'I feel awesome to have
        > the opportunity to showcase my
        > music in front of you'.
        >
        > "Robert was so humble and replied,
        > 'It's an opportunity for all of us,
        > we're all beginners - in music,
        > every day is a brand new day'. It
        > was amazing for a man of his
        > stature to say that to me.
        >
        > <http://www.californiachronicle.com/articles/yb/153093644>
        >
        > It's seems Sri Robert has come a
        > long way from his days as Led
        > Zeppelin's room-wrecking "golden
        > god" of pop star excess -- and
        > Raghu Dixit is quite a talent, a
        > powerhouse vocalist with a sharp
        > and highly nuanced ear who pays
        > due homage to the traditions of
        > his homeland while wholeheartedly
        > embracing western influences:
        >
        > <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtNU7NCr9yw>
        >
        > Here's the indefatigable Sri
        > Robert from the same excellent TV
        > show with his remarkable "Band of
        > Joy." His song starts at about
        > 4:20 -- when I hear it, "Satan"
        > equates to ignorance and "Jesus"
        > is the inner guru we may (or may
        > not) encounter in meditation. In
        > fact, as heard here the song itself
        > is a meditation on the sincere
        > determination to dispel ignorance:
        >
        > <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEo2kHkqgrQ>
        >
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