“Hear O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one."
Inspired by the prayer – “Hear O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one." The texture of this beautiful Hebrew chant comes alive within a dramatic orchestration of legato strings, piano and orchestral percussion, reminiscent of 1950’s MGM Bible movie soundtracks. On Radio God, each track echoes a cosmic radio call letter; with the RUAH channel, we learn the importance of breathing: it is the breath of life that connects us to Spirit (a word derived from the ancient word for "breath").
When life presents challenges, just breathe. Spirit understands what the mind cannot conceive. If you enjoyed from the group's first album, you will love the cinematic energy of RUAH. Why do we pray to the Creator with such adoration? The Shema Yisrael prayer is similar to the So Purkh chant in that it reminds us that when we meditate purely on the greatness of God, our souls find comfort in this world.
In that way, RUAH has the intention of renewing Faith. Let it be so in this holiday season.
Visit Get Tribal's website to hear more music, and enjoy this video montage of the full album: