Osho’s disciples came from every corner of the globe, and music from the world of Osho always reflected that. Each day’s celebration in the presence of Osho might feature a different collection of musicians, usually exploring a spontaneous theme whose treatment would reflect their particular talents. Unexpected combinations were normal: Indian sarod, Brazilian percussion, classical flute or keyboard, jazz saxophone, folk fiddles, rock guitar – the various players would melt, each evening, into an original and stimulating combination, raising the roof of the Buddha Hall.
The collection of recordings from these special events capture the spontaneity and creativity that flowed freely through these sacred gatherings. To listen and deeply feel them is to experience the original creative vibration in one’s self.
“To the master musician silence is important, he uses sound only to create silence.” ~Osho