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Bad Man Bhakti

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"My Guru used to call his beloved students 'bad man' or 'bad lady'. He would call you 'bad man' to lighten you up or when you did something stupid like show up late to class. He'd call you 'bad lady' when you would reveal your self to him like say something funny or out of the ordinary. One time J saw a woman get offended when he called her a gad lady. He laughed and said, "Bad means good!" Perhaps he was responding with humor to each person's inevitable bent to walk their crooked path to God. You might be a little 'off' or 'bad' but really its good because it's you and your way of getting there. And the only way you'll find Yoga is to go for your own truth." -David Garrigues

Recorded by
A.P. Srinvias at Resonators, Mysore, India and b Nathan Zavalney at Missoula Soundworks, Missoula, MT
Greg Gilmore and Mike Davidson recorded by Greg Gilmore at The Fort in Seattle.

Edited, mixed and mastered by Greg Gilmore at The Fort, Seattle, WA (
Lead vocals and harmonium - David Garrigues
Chorus - Heidi J., Hillary Funk-Welzenbach, Sarah Cobler, Erin Barnes, Jill Beauchesne, Tane Talalotu
Percussion - Greg Gilmore
Percussion - Nathan Zavalney
Bass - Mike Davidson
Sitar - Sumarani
Mridangum and Ghatam - Ravi Shankara
Flut - Jessie Manno
Touch Guitar - Trey Gunn

Original artwork, layout and design by Rob Court,
Photography by Maryellen Cooley. All songs traditional, adapted and arranged or written by David Garrigues. For additional information go to

Bad Man Bhakti
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