Mind Nature Album (​+​bonus track)

by Gary Azukx Dyson

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    There is a bonus track here titled Cillians Wish
    it never quite made it to the final stage so you might find it a little basic.
    :-)

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Gary Dyson

Dear Friends, this is my second dance album "Mind Nature" from 1998.
Although not released world wide due to the fact that after writing and recording it I decided to devote time to studying the Dharma.
However it was made available to the Whirl-Y-Gig audience through the club thanks to the kindness of Richard + Mary.

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released August 8, 1998

I will copy the sleeve notes as soon as I get a chance

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Gary Azukx Dyson UK

A near fatal motorbike accident at 21, made me find a new direction. My friends said sing! I said Really? That's how it started. I joined bands, Became a session singer, then a lead singer did a few tours, went clubbing wrote some tracks, got a record deal. Then another big life change, got interested in Buddhism, became a student of DJKR studied hard. Guru said "make Dharma trance" so here I am! ... more

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Track Name: Lighthouse
To my surprise some years ago I discovered that I was born at the time of this phenomena, it kind of tickled me so when I was asked to contribute to an album called "Sacred Sites" I came up with this