Music To Balance Chakras
a / SPACE COLLECTIVE SHARES JHELISA’S NEW SINGLE “8 N ALL” TAKEN FROM HER UPCOMING ALBUM 7 KEYS.
8 N All is the first single from Jhelisa’s upcoming album release “7 Keys”. Each of the tracks on the album is based on one of the 7 Chakras and its unique pitch so that the listener can use them to balance their emotions and thoughts, de-stress and clear their mind. Jhelisa spent many years researching the use of drone tones in ancient Eastern music and experimented with her vocal harmonies to develop these tracks that can bathe the listener in healing tones bringing wellness, peace, and love.
‘Jhelisa reaches across the seven drones, bringing in complex harmonies and pitch relationships. Bitonality, exquisite tensions and dissonances resolving into warm baths of sound. And through it all – that Voice’ Jono Podmore
‘Better than any doctor’ Yeahiknowitsucks
‘All my students love the beats and vocals in yoga class’ Wendy Douglas, New Zealand
LISTEN TO “8 N ALL” HERE https://lnk.to/jhelisa
Jhelisa Anderson began singing at age 5, in the church in Louisville, Kentucky, and with her family group, The Little David Family, touring the south. In the early 90s she moved to London, joining Soul Family Sensation and then The Shamen before releasing two solo albums (Galactica Rush, Language Electric) on Dorado Records, under her first name, Jhelisa. She released her third album ‘A Primitive Guide To Being There’ in 2006 on INFRAcom! Her sister is singer Pamela Anderson (aka P.Y. Anderson), who sang with D*Note and Incognito, her cousin is Carleen Anderson, and her aunt and step-uncle are Vicki Anderson & Bobby Byrd from James Brown’s JB’s.
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