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Reply #30 posted 10/23/19 11:15am

PeggyO

"People Get Ready", Curtis Mayfield.

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Reply #31 posted 10/24/19 12:18pm

mk456

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I love those Stevie Wonder, Bob Marley, and Curtis Mayfield tracks too

First time to hear the Fairport Convention track - awesome

Lovin all the various styles of music

'Prince - Love Thy Will Be Done'

has to be mentioned imho (even tho its the non-Prince section biggrin )

'Siobhan Donaghy - Ghosts' has some kind of peaceful vibe tho I've no idea what the lyrics mean..

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Reply #32 posted 10/24/19 1:55pm

Musicslave

Eye No - Prince

Everywhere - Prince

Black Butterfly - Sounds of Blackness (saw other songs listed but not this one)

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Reply #33 posted 10/25/19 12:01am

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Some more peaceful/spiritual music from various parts of the world

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Farewell (from the Buddhist movie Spring Summer Autumn Winter Spring - Korea)

Princess Mononoke theme music from the movie

Name of Life (instrumental from the movie Spirited Away - Japan)

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Green Tara mantra - Om Ta... Ture Soha (Tibetan Buddhist)

White Tara Healing mantra (Tibetan Buddhist)

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Vedic Mantra Music (Vedic and Hindu - India)

Tina Turner - Peace mantr...or Bhavatu

Namaskaratha mantra

Hare Krishna mantra

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Christian music

Christian worship and psa...strumental

Christian Hymn music

Mercy Me - Best News Ever

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Gospel influence

Marvin Sapp- Never Would've made it

Whitney Houston - I look to You

Aretha Franklin - Bridge ...led Waters

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and one from the 80s

Police - Spirits in the Material World

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Reply #34 posted 10/25/19 6:03am

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My favorite by a non-gospel artist: Nancy Wilson - Your Arms of Love


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qi5BYx9GsIo

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Reply #35 posted 10/28/19 1:57pm

jfenster

blue oyster cult...take me away

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Reply #36 posted 11/06/19 5:46am

Hamad

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Earth Song - Rufus & Chaka Khan

Flowers - The Emotions

Good Thoughts, Bad Thoughts - Funkadelic

That's The Way of The World - EWF

Prince - The Holy River

Damn near most of Santana's body of work

Every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future...

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Reply #37 posted 11/12/19 1:27pm

namepeace

Hamad said:

Earth Song - Rufus & Chaka Khan

Flowers - The Emotions


Two great choices.

Good night, sweet Prince | 7 June 1958 - 21 April 2016

Props will be withheld until the showing and proving has commenced. -- Aaron McGruder
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Reply #38 posted 11/12/19 1:39pm

namepeace

To avoid repeating great choices, and to emphasize mostly ecumenical choices:



"Acknowledgement," John Coltrane (which is a "psalm")

"Love's In Need of Love Today," Stevie Wonder

"Love Is The Answer," Todd Rundgren

"Harvest For The World," The Isley Brothers

"Praying For Time," George Michael

"The Truth," Moonchild

"Stillness In Time," Jamiroquai

"Mwela, Mwela (Here I Am)," Jazzanova

"Spirits," Gil Scott-Heron

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Reply #39 posted 11/12/19 3:09pm

Hamad

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namepeace said:

To avoid repeating great choices, and to emphasize mostly ecumenical choices:



"Acknowledgement," John Coltrane (which is a "psalm")

"Love's In Need of Love Today," Stevie Wonder

"Love Is The Answer," Todd Rundgren

"Harvest For The World," The Isley Brothers

"Praying For Time," George Michael

"The Truth," Moonchild

"Stillness In Time," Jamiroquai

"Mwela, Mwela (Here I Am)," Jazzanova

"Spirits," Gil Scott-Heron

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I keep saying I need to pay his Utopia discography a visit. Likewise great list.

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Reply #40 posted 11/14/19 8:33am

namepeace

Hamad said:

namepeace said:

"Love Is The Answer," Todd Rundgren

I keep saying I need to pay his Utopia discography a visit. Likewise great list.


thumbs up! I need to dig deeper as well. I have his hits compilation and the guy's a phenom.

Good night, sweet Prince | 7 June 1958 - 21 April 2016

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Reply #41 posted 11/15/19 1:28pm

jfenster

namepeace said:

Hamad said:

Earth Song - Rufus & Chaka Khan

Flowers - The Emotions


Two great choices.

cant find earth song

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Reply #42 posted 11/15/19 1:59pm

Hamad

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jfenster said:



namepeace said:




Hamad said:


Earth Song - Rufus & Chaka Khan


Flowers - The Emotions





Two great choices.



cant find earth song





One of Clare Fischer’s musical opuses too.
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Reply #43 posted 11/29/19 1:30am

RJOrion

N.W.A. - "Fuck The Police"
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Reply #44 posted 11/29/19 9:33am

jfenster

RJOrion said:

N.W.A. - "Fuck The Police"

blasphemy

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Reply #45 posted 11/30/19 11:40am

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Des'ree ~ Little Child

Mighty Diamonds ~ Country Living

Staple Singers ~ Be What You Are

Johnnie Tyalor ~ I Am Somebody

Karen Clark Sheard ~ Glorious

Yolanda Adams ~ Victory

Philip Bailey ~ Safe In Gods Love

New Birth ~ We Are All God's Children

The Donald Vails Choraleers ~ He Decided To Die

Wet Willie ~ Don't Wait Too Long

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Reply #46 posted 11/30/19 11:41am

alphastreet

Higher love-Steve winwood
Higher ground-Stevie wonder
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