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Record store shelves are lined with CDs designed for yoga, but few of them are created by actual yoga practitioners and fewer still by musicians with the credentials of Drala. Drala is David Nichtern and Steve Gorn. Nichtern is a noted composer and guitarist best known for writing the Maria Muldaur hit "Midnight at the Oasis." Steve Gorn has lent his serene bansuri flute sounds to everyone from Paul Simon to percussionist Glen Velez. As Drala, they sculpt a modal, meditative sound. In David Nichtern's Manhattan studio, Drala unfolds the methods of their music designed for movement on their self-titled debut and a new collection called Om Yoga-Mix (Dharma Moon).

Echoes ID#03-J07-00091 Wednesday, May 7, 2003 (Program 19X)
Start Time Group Name Song Name Album Name more info

First Half Hour
0:01:00 Lisa Lynne Circle in the Sun Hopes & Dreams
0:06:01 Steve Roach & Robert Rich Love Magick Soma
0:13:19 Ronu Majumdar Vaisnava Bhajan Hollow Bamboo
0:19:03 Mountain To My Friend Climbing!  
0:22:36 Samite Stars To Share Stars to Share
0:29:30 break

Second Half Hour
0:30:01 Joe Euro Midnight Watch The High Road  
0:34:25 Bob Marley Rebel Music Dreams of Freedom: Ambient Translations of Bob Marley in Dub  
0:44:31 AfroCelts Deep Channel Seed
0:51:18 break
0:51:48 Michael Hedges Baal T' Shuvah Oracle
0:53:52 Blue Man Group Exhibit 13 The Complex
0:58:20 close
0:59:00 break

Third Half Hour
0:01:00 Drala Deva Loka Drala
0:06:00 Patrick O'Hearn Adagio from Rodrigo's Fantasy for a Gentleman Adagio*
0:12:09 Erik Wollo Second Totem Emotional Landscapes
0:17:22 Liz Story Wedding Rain Welcome Home:The Best of Liz Story
0:22:53 David Borden The Continuing Story of Counterpoint, Part Twelve A The Continuing Story of Counterpoint Parts 9-12  
0:29:30 break

Fourth Half Hour

Drala Feature
0:37:51 Break
0:37:51 Drala Moment to Moment Om Yoga Mix  
0:47:15 Break
0:47:45 Mari Boine Song for the Unborn Eight Seasons  
0:54:10 Amethystium Garden of Sakuntala Aphelion
0:58:20 close

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