Miam Records Home

Professor Oz – Buddhattitude Himalaya

Professor Oz – Buddhattitude Himalaya

Label: George V Records

Release date: 2013-10-14

Buy now


> High Limit Spiritual
> Buddha's Dream
> Emphiger
> Tibetology
> Monkwalk
> Lhona's Banquet
> Bansuri's Sunset
> Dolak Dance
> Lhassa 360°
> Seven Peaks
> Ganesha's Day
> Dreamalaya
> The Quest
> Eternal Snow
> Overcloud

Professor Oz – Buddhattitude Himalaya
(CD box/Digital) George V Records, 2013-10-14

After the polar lands, Sahara, Africa and Asia, Buddhattitude comes back to the roots and takes us to the “roof of the world” with a new opus dedicated to the Himalaya.

The playlist of Buddhattitude Himalaya takes us to a musical journey awakening the senses and inviting meditation: the sounds remind of the modulations of the traditional Indian instruments such as the sitar, sarinda…

The plucked string instruments musically evoke the mythical landscapes of the Himalayas and make us travel along the lakes, forests and summits of this worldfamous fairy-tale region. The soothing rhythms of this new release blow a fresh wind over the legendary past of Ancient India. The wind instruments such as the bansuri symbolize the free breeze across the Himalayan plains & mountains and breathe harmony into the listeners’ chakras.

On this compilation, music builds itself like a bridge between the earth and sky taking the listener to a holistic and music-filled journey for the body and mind.
Created with love by Professor Oz.

Credits :
Guitar, Sitar : Patrick Bylebyl
Synth, FX, beat : Professor Oz
Voice : Magali Neslot
All tracks composed & mixed by Oliver Frossard a.k.a. Professor Oz at Miam Records studio, except track 4, 14, 15 composed by Patrick Bylebyl & Olivier Frossard; track 10 composed by Magali Neslot, Patrick Bylebyl & Olivier Frossard; track 8 composed & mixed by Emmanuel Claude at Bounce studio.

Links :
Professor Oz : official | bandcamp | discogs | facebook | miamrecords | soundcloud | twitter | youtube
Buddha Bar : official | facebook | twitter | wikipedia | youtube