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Live in The Mission San Francisco

by The Supplicants



Live in The Mission San Francisco

3 is a magic number, symbolizing creativity, the birth of new ideas and new plateaus to be reached by those engaged in spirit work. This sonic triangle is equilateral in nature; each angle a source of power and grace, their collective construction an ode to the goddess. She listens with intent and if you play with your soul turned outward bound she will grant you endless melodies, songs of praise, the hymns of humpback whales, and the laughter of children.
All through this life song has followed us. And now, more than ever, we need the sound to transcend the pain and suffering masquerading as reality. If I look into your eyes, I know I will see nebulae, star clusters, super nova and galaxies vast and far reaching. Your heart is the sun that warms interstellar life across the this universe……
This music will awaken your celestial body, the light within will be ignited and you will know enlightenment. This is third eye sound vision, nine to the universe, the houses of heaven inhabited by beings of pure light…….shine on everlasting aura so that we may know the truth and purpose of our collective existence.
This is a mission undertaken by spirits seeking redemption, salvation and acceptance.

-David Boyce


released May 16, 2019

Sameer Gupta - Drums
David Ewell - Bass
David Boyce - Saxes

Album Cover Photo: Abhik Mukherjee


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Sameer Gupta New York, New York

Sameer Gupta is known as one of the few percussionists simultaneously representing the traditions of American jazz on drum set and Indian classical music on tabla. By combining traditional and modern improvisational styles drawing from his Indian heritage and American roots, Gupta has already established himself as an original musical voice in jazz, world, and fusion music. ... more

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