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Wu Wei - Lifetimes Between Album

Wu Wei - Lifetimes Between Album
Performer: Wu Wei
Title: Lifetimes Between
Country: US
Genre: Electronic
Style:Downtempo, Glitch
Released: 03 Nov 2015
Catalog number: Muti193
Label: Muti Music
MP3 album szie: 1620 mb
FLAC album size: 2445 mb

Tracklist

1Grains Of Sand In The Ganges4:10
2Eternally Unfolding3:42
3Narada's Query3:49
4Point Of Division4:08
5Lifetimes Between3:43
6Wake5:00

Short intro

Lifetimes Between by Wu Wei, released 03 November 2015 1. Narada's Query 2. Eternally Unfolding 3. Grains Of Sand In The Ganges 4. Point Of Division 5. Lifetimes Between 6. Wake Wu Wei has made his mark on the west coast scene this year with media support on The Untz, YourEDM, and performances that have included MainStage at Lightning In A Bottle, Once Upon A Festival and Trinity Jamboree. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 8 USD or more. Album 2015 6 Songs. Lifetimes Between. 6 Songs, 24 Minutes. Released: Nov 3, 2015. 2015 Muti Music. Wu Wei. This playlist has no tracks yet. Album release date: 3 November 2015. Narada's Query. Listen free to Wu Wei Lifetimes Between Narada's Query, Eternally Unfolding and more. 6 tracks 24:32. This all culminates into some of the most delightful electronic chillout music weve heard. For fans of Desert Dwellers, Dub Kirtan, Shen, Birds Of Paradise, Kalya Scintilla, XXYYXX, OnHell, Hypha, Sabres of Paradise and others. Wu Wei, a name derived from the Taoist path of non-action, has tapped into a universal song and brought its melodies into the physical realm. The result is a uniquely unifying effect, transcending language and. WU Wei: все альбомы, включая Have Faith , Written in Ash , The Kingdom of the Rising Sun и другие. WU Wei. Stream Flowing: Traditional Music from China. WU Wei, CHEN Dawei, HU Tianquan, YAN Haideng, FU Renchang, WENG Zhenfa. Enjott Schneider: China Meets Europe. Vesselina Kasarova, WU Wei, Xincao Li. Wu wei Chinese: 無爲 pinyin: wú wéi is a concept literally meaning inexertion, inaction, or effortless action. Wu wei emerged in the Spring and Autumn period, and from Confucianism, to become an important concept in Chinese statecraft and Taoism, and was most commonly used to refer to an ideal form of government, including the behavior of the emperor. Describing a state of unconflicting personal harmony, free-flowing spontaneity and savoir-faire, it generally also more properly denotes a state. Released: Nov 2015