CD Review: The Hanumen "The Hanumen"

This dazzling, seven-piece feast of Indian-flavored spiritual goodness might be right at home in a yoga studio, but its fresh production, masterful musicianship, gospel-infused vocal harmonies, and diverse instrumentation make it a great bet for anyone with open ears.
By E.E. Bradman ,

This dazzling, seven-piece feast of Indian-flavored spiritual goodness might be right at home in a yoga studio, but its fresh production, masterful musicianship, gospel-infused vocal harmonies, and diverse instrumentation make it a great bet for anyone with open ears. Tying it all together with soulful low end is Purusartha Dasa, who grounds the ethereal proceedings with a sure touch and modern tone, stylishly stepping out on tunes like “Walking to the River” and “I Love You” but never playing a note more than necessary. Highly recommended.