Free Music Friday: “Akal…Deathless” by Simrit Kaur

Spirit Voyage and Simrit Kaur are happy to provide today’s Free Music Friday download: “Akal…Deathless” by Simrit Kaur from the album The Sweetest Nectar.  This powerful song, which includes the mantras Akal and Sat Siri, will connect you to the space beyond time where souls are timeless.  It is a beautiful and rich song, and we hope you enjoy it!

Free Music Friday is ONLY AVAILABLE today (Friday April 1st) until midnight.

Click HERE to download!

Two years in the making, Simrit Kaur’s debut album, The Sweetest Nectar is now available! From beginning to end, this album is exquisite, it is powerful, and it is filled with soul.

The latest tracks feature the masterful guitar of Todd Boston, the deep and soulful percussion of Ramesh Kannan and gorgeous cello and sarangi from Hans Christian.

Simrit Kaur is a musician, composer and yogini whose highly devotional chant music with high powered singing and hypnotic rhythm is quickly gaining ear-opening attention around the world.

Simrit’s unusually rich, soulful and penetrating vocals speak for themselves. Her music and compositions are somehow both uniquely fresh with a contagious uplifting energy, and simultaneously ancient with a deep and sacred appeal.

Simrit was born in Greece and grew up in the United States. She has been singing and playing music from the time she was a young child and has studied both western and eastern classical vocals. She is an accomplished percussionist and is trained in piano. Simrit is a devoted student, practitioner and teacher of Naad Yoga, the sacred science of sound and consciousness.

Simrit’s debut album, The Sweetest Nectar, was released in June of 2010. Currently, Simrit is touring and working on her second album to be due in the summer of 2011.

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