Limited edition black vinyl 2LP, gatefold sleeve with printed inner bags including liner notes and photos
Eden Ahbez's Dharmaland, arranged and performed by Ixtahuele,
is the first-ever recording of this long-lost masterwork by the
original hippie composer.
Resurrected from Ahbez's unrecorded sheet music, c. 1961-63.
Ixtahuele has woven an enchanted tapestry of mystic exotica and
experimental pop that re- establishes the songwriter as a
forefather of psychedelic music and brings his work into the
They are joined by a host of guest artists, including nine of
Ahbez's friends and former collaborators, as well as
contemporary performers Kadhja Bonet, Xenia Kriisin, and King
Kukulele. The composer's own handmade drums and bamboo
flutes also appear throughout the recordings.
A1. The King and Queen of Waters
A2. New Anthem
A4. Fire of the Soul
B1. Dharmaland Pt. 1 and 2
B3. A Boy and a Melody
C1. Dharma Man
C2. The Lion and the Fox
C3. The Sandal-Maker
D.1. Scenes I-III