One of the catchiest Kirtan albums you’re likely to hear. Immaculate production by Dave Stringer with some of the best musicians on the Kirtan scene.ISKCON News
Nominated for the 58th Grammy Awards in 2016, Bhakti Without Borders blends melodies from the East Indian Bhakti tradition with the folk, bluegrass and country elements of traditional American and Irish music. The result is a sound that is both fresh and familiar. All profits from this record will go towards education for girls in Vrindavan, India.
Madi Das sings a duet with a different female vocalist on each track. Featured artists include Chaytanya, Tulsi Devi, Sudevi Dasi, Acyuta Gopi, Gaurangi, Malika Des Fours, Carmella Gitanjali Baynie, Ananda-Amrita, Nalina Kaufman, Gaura Mani and Jahnavi Harrison.
Produced by Dave Stringer
Recorded, edited and mixed by Krishan
Mastered by Stefan Heger / Fisheye Music
All songs written and arranged by Madi Das and Dave Stringer
Dave Stringer: Guitar, Appalachian Dulcimer, Backing Vocals Patrick Richey: Tabla, Cajon, Ghatam, Rebolo, Dumbek, Tavil, Giro and Shakers
Sheela Bringi: Harmonium and Bansuri
Shree Shyam: Bass
Matt Pszonak: Pedal Steel
Tulsi Devi: Violin