(Kadamba Kanana Swami, 29 September 2014, Pretoria, South Africa, House Program) Srila Prabhupada came to the Western world. In the Western world, he began his movement and after a short time, he was … more
Vaisnava Seva (mp3)
Digital Album (mp3)
Vaisnava seva was the first recorded studio album by Kadamba Kanana Swami, mixed and produced in Capetown and Johannesburg in South Africa. Also available as a download.
This is a digital album (mp3). After purchasing this album you will receive a link where you can download the whole album as a zip file.
Vaisnava seva was the first recorded studio album by Kadamba Kanana Swami, mixed and produced in Capetown and Johannesburg in South Africa. It features eleven tracks of high quality spiritual melodies and spoken verses from various scriptures. Let yourself be blown away by Nrsimha pranama on track 11 with a rocking electric guitar. Or relish the upbeat Maha mantra on track 10. An album to sooth your ears.
I made this CD on the request of many devotees, I am offering it to you and hope you will find it to be inspiring.
In the Srimad Bhagavatam, it is said that by Vaisnava Seva one may develop a taste for devotional service
Especially I am praying for taste to chant the Holy Name of the Lord.
Then I may truly become the instrument of the mercy of Lord Caitanya
Svetadvipa (Sri Brahma Samhita, text 59) – 02:29
Nirantara Sankirtana – 07:46
Jaya Radha-Madhava – 08:53
Thomkins Square Park – 05:58
Radhe Govinda Meditation – 07:14
Prema Bandara (cc adi lila 7.20-21) – 00:48
The Spontaneous Platform – 15:43
Sadhu-sanga (cc madhya 22.54) – 00:56
Brahma-Muhurta – 04:29
Pure Holy Name – 07:31
Sri Nrismha Pranama – 07:05
Place: Cape Town, Johannesburg
Recordings: Studios in Cape Town, Johannesburg
Mixing, mastering: Bauneholm Studios, Hillerod, Denmark
Final editing, mixing : ISKCON Cape Town
Lead Vocal, Harmonium, Strings : Kadamba Kanana Swami
Mrdanga and Vocals: Nrsimhananda das
Vocal & Rhythm: Madhu Gopal das
Organizer: Nanda Kumar
Keyboard: Yogen Naidoo
Chorus & Rhythm: The Cape Town devotees