The Reverence of Unremarkable Rites

by Rooh

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When you find god in a cup of coffee with a close friend. When divinity falls on you with the rain of a gentle storm. When reality decides it's time for a positive change. When something's so promising that it keeps you awake at night. These are the unremarkable rites that we find reverence in from day to day--stumbling upon the divine while searching so blindly for it.

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released July 19, 2015

Thomas Woodham: writing, instrumentation, production

Mark Lee: album cover art (hand-drawn, water color), album title, musical ideas, help in field recordings

Yosra Ouertani and Dunya Habash: Arabic translation

Inspiration and support from: Rebecca Woodham, Yosra, Dunya, Mark Lee, Nikki, Joe & the Upper Johnstons, Max M., Duc, Kevin, Shamon, Marty, David, Richard, Ryan, Rebecca B., Chris & Sarah, Nomine, Entheogenic, ThePsychedelicMuse, NCIFiRestArter, and so many others, especially those at BSC. And, of course, the myriad musicians and artists whose work fills my mind.

Made in Birmingham, Brundidge, Troy, and Pell City, Alabama.

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Rooh Birmingham, Alabama

Rooh is the music of producers/composers Thomas Woodham and Dunya Habash. Our music is a little bit of everything, but not quite like anything else.

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Track Name: Free and Easy Wandering
The Chuang Tzu - Free and Easy Wandering

You govern the world and the world is already well governed.
Now if I take your place, will I be doing it for a name?
But name is only the guest of reality--will I be doing it so I can play the part of a guest?
When the taylor bird builds her nest in the deep wood, she uses no more than one branch.
When the mole drinks at the river, he takes no more than a bellyful.
Go home and forget the matter, my lord.
I have no use for the rulership of the world!