Pellucidity

by Yaima

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klki
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klki After being immersed in OvO, I was very interested to also listen to YAIMA's first album and experience what it does to me.
The song Pellucidity, with its lightness and joy of life makes me feel happy.
And Gajumaru ... yes!
The album .:pellucidity:. as a whole, it gives me a peaceful mind. Favorite track: Pellucidity.
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Raven This is so beautiful - it dances in my mind. Favorite track: Gajumaru.
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jmemes23 This was my introduction to Yaima. I was in the midst of some deep dive healing when my facilitator played Gajamaru. It captured my heart right then and there. Overjoyed to find all of their music is of the same calibre. Enraptured! Favorite track: Gajumaru.
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1.
Reservoir 04:48
Dive deep beneath the Ocean, deeper than the riverbed, And there you'll find me waiting a simple story to tell- Of a time of living water, deeper than the wishing wells, A time to heal the ocean, a time of dark black oil. Listen can you hear me? though distant we may be, my eyes close and see you, your two deep blue seas- Still as morning break free, troubles with the night water tells our story as it moves from life to life. One way leads to heaven, or maybe to the sea- you can choose your own way, or you can come with me some will offer emeralds, others offer pearls, all I have to offer, are these humble words.
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Started out this morning, early morning grey Heavy clouds are lifting delivering the day Wise woman told me, sing about your time Feelings you're perceiving break the dotted line And run just like the river towards what you think is right Love will always lead you, love will show you light Listen very closely, darkness follows light But without the darkness we would all lose sight Of the way were headed the way we need to be Music's all translated now the poetry.
3.
Sweet Kiss 04:27
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Reflection 06:23
Fear slowly sinks it stride across the floor If that caught your ear then you'll want to hear more. It parades around the inner-states of the mind, And feeds on stories that conceal the light. * Bright early awakening the veil will be lifted For its in the shadows that fear fools the heart, It hides all our power and rewrites our part. Deep in the breakdown the stillness reveals, That each heart has been gifted a luminous well. * Bright early awakening the veil has been lifted *And we can't consume everything that were given. And in this awakening the forest reminds us To move like the water caresses the hillside, It's lessons of cyclical healing can teach us It changes quite subtly what time could not deny *Bright Early awakening the veil has been lifted *And we won't consume everything that were given In fact we are left with a hope to see clearly, These things we've been given and reflect the beauty.
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Pellucidity 05:05
The yellow lilly paints the morning dew, and the cold nights leave me with nothing to do for the dream I've awakened begins with you and the wild bird sings about dancing with the truth This is the story about the climb the venture that drew a simple line into the forest and under the rocks where I could sit with my deepest thought The patterns we weave here on the earth and a clear mind to see them for myself the patterns we weave here on the earth and a clear mind to see them for myself and a clear mind
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Gajumaru 05:45
Oh Creating concrete visions of a macroscopic prism with a brilliant optimism and appropriate ambition to be open from the center redirected to the moment this is it love this is it love- unrestrainable nature we can change it from the edges- we can challenge all our borders there is always a new leader there is always a new order our pathway is proceeding and the way is always changing we are free from what prevents us to realize our destination oh free from all old stories Ive been told- I walk through the valley of my own shadow free from all old stories Ive been told- I walk through the valley of my own shadow Awareness is my virtue and I'm grateful for the search to dive deep within my own mind and to trust the intuition of the lives I've lived before this- our essential form of gnosis its a simple form of freedom its as smooth as inhalation oh the exhale is releasing all the tension I've been feeling on the surface and beneath me I'm connecting to my spirit and I'm here now right before you I am present in this moment and my lifes work is to honor the great beauty all around you Oh free from all old stories I've been told- I walk through the valley of my own shadow free from all old stories I've been told- I walk through the valley of my own shadow Creating concrete visions of a macrocosmic prism with a brilliant optimism and appropriate ambition to be open from the center, redirected to the moment this is it love, this is it love, this is it love...
7.
Destiny 05:43
In the old oak forest the light is dancing on the trees from the water dropping off the leaves gently they hurry down the rocks to the creek bringing with the a story a song the light from the trees Rain doesnt doubt that it will end up at the sea doesnt seem to worry about its destiny Carry on carry on to streams till they reach the rushing river, rushing free making their way through the land hills and trees, they may fall but trust their memory Rain doesnt doubt that it will end up at the sea Doesnt seem to worry about its destiny Pausing only in rhythm to the mothers heart beat Wonder just how different is out journey from the seas When the heart is grateful will the water set us free When the heart is grateful will the water set us free rain doesnt doubt that it will end up at the sea doesnt seem to worry about its destiny
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Listen to the music in the rushing wind, Ever let it whisper let it sink right in Through the echo of a long lost friend The lesson is unfolding in the painting of the wind Words are wasted quickly in the passing of the day Need to listen closely to hear what you say Lost in translation all i have is dreams I wake up with a hunger to taste just what i see Open the vents to let a little light in- It slowly heats the ground And lets the dust move again Remember where you came from Remember where you've been We all start somewhere but we end up all the same
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Canaan 04:31
10.
Kyo (free) 04:43
You whose drum is the pulse of all creation you whose dance is the motion of all worlds you have sung to me of the ways of union you have sung to me this song My questions lead to fullness You have sung to me this song You have sung to me the ways of union You have sung to me this song space and time personal impersonal space and time personal impersonal you have sung to me you have sung to me this song You whose drum is the pulse of all creation you whose dance is the motion of all worlds you have sung to me this song of all creation you have sung the song of home you whose drum you have sung energy and form infinite, finite.

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Yaima's first album "Pellucidity" is a beauteous and bewitching collection of stories that seem to lead the listener on a journey through enticing soundscapes and floating melodies. Sustained by biological beats and engaging world rhythms, "Pellucidity" will soothe the savage and move the peaceful being in all of us....

Pellucidity means- to allow the maximum passage of light, to see clearly, as clear as fresh water in a mountain lake...

Pellucidity has been released on the label Jumpsuit Records which was established by David Sugalski aka The Polish Ambassador. The label was created as a platform for like-minded artist to collaborate, cross-pollinate, promote, perform, tour and brainstorm. It is moving away from a standard label paradigm to more of a musical collective. The aim is to bring high vibrations to as many people as possible in order to inspire and create joy through music and creativity. We feel like it's a good formula. jumpsuitrecords.bandcamp.com

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released October 25, 2014

Produced by Masaru Higasa & Pepper Proud

Mastered by Jake Perrine

Masaru Higasa- Handpan, Bombo, Guitar, Flutes, Didjeridoo,

Pepper Proud- Vocals & Guitar

Jeff Kimes- Frame Drum

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Mark Dalton- Bass Guitar

Ryan Henry Ward- Harmonica

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Yaima Seattle, Washington

Creating a finely tuned container for their audience, members- Masaru Higasa (Guitar, flutes, handpan) and Pepper Proud (guitar & vocals) weave an intricate and soothing musical journey... traversing soundscapes with a familiar yet ancient tune.

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