Black Spirituality Religion : What's your soundtrack?

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  1. Blackbird

    Blackbird Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Whenever you are doing your work, meditations or what have you, what would be the soundtrack or music playing in the background?

    Mine would be "One Mic" by Nas....

    Blackbird
     
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    I like Goapele's closer, some Cannibus, all kinds of different stuff. I think it matter the mood I'm trying to set.
     
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    CHAOS

    DARK OR TRIBAL HOUSE MUSIC LIKE OSUNLADE "TARZAN"
    ETHER BY NAS IS GOOD TOO
     
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    That "Ether" by Nas packs a powerful punch. Jay-z got owned!!

    For dark, emo, negative meditations & creative visualizations, I usually go for hardcore gangsta rap or some variety of new age music with a satanic or demonic flare!
    For lighter or celestial . . . I'll listen to a bit of Kirk Franklin, Tonex or some other contemporary gospel artist.
     
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    Ether is really good. Natural Mystic by Bob Marley helps me on some celestial stuff. Gritty and grimy palo work like old school Spice-1. Kora music is cool to for some "higher" work. Thanks all for sharing....

    Blackbird (Bros. y'all are definitely taking over to the darkside and loving it)
     
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    since I am still in my infacy and still learning to meditate I use the guided meditations by Ra un nefer amen....I know I know I have a very long way to go....
     
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    Blackbird Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Peace,

    I was never one for convention. Everytime I used guided meditation stuff I got distracted so you're better than me. I started meditating to music from Salif Keita and Malinke kora music.

    Blackbird
     
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    Before going "out and about" at night "Smooth Operator" by Sade is the song. Actually it is my favorite all-time song. Sade is my favorite group for general purpose, neutral-mood listening pleasure. Also I like Morcheeba (WITH SKYE EDWARDS)


    For reaching deep down into the darkest depths of my being, anything by "Portishead"(except the last album).Western Eyes, Biscuit, and Cowboy are my favorite songs.

    For summoning up militant, raw, and aggressive energy "Welcome to the Terrordome by Public Enemy is my favorite. Just something about the production the Bombsquad did on that track that gets my reved up!!!

    For just plain ol' listening pleasure I like lyricists and battle rappers. My favorite is Ras Kass. "As on Earth, as in", "Jack Frost" and "Nature of the Beast" are my favorite songs by him.
     
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    Blackbird Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Respect brother. Loved some Ras Kass, fa sho, ya dig....

    Blackbird
     
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    re: soundtrack

    some wonderful recommends here, one that i love and lifts me up:

    No Rhyme, No Reason - george duke and rachelle ferrell

    this one opens me straight the hell up, starting right at my heart and lovingly reaching out through the rest of my body, wow, i''m listening via utube now, ohh s@#t!
     
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