Introducing The Hardline

To celebrate its 35th anniversary, we’ve released a digitally remastered and Spatial Audio edition of “Introducing The Hardline” Sananda’s Poem: Reintroducing The Hardline According To Sananda Maitreya (The Hardline at 35) After thousands of songs written& hundreds recorded & published& before the dawn of Post Millennium Rock,(& the rubble of other rubbish)We return to the […]

Sananda’s Requiem Sonata

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It is the apex of arrogance & closemindedness to insist on telling a music whatIT is, instead of listening to that particular music tell us.Music is a living, restless beast & forever moving forward & onwards even as we persist in labeling it according to our own comfort & convenience.We, who are willing to kill […]

Happy Birthday Sananda

We’d like to celebrate with you on this very special day: March 15th, Sananda’s Birthday !!   From today you will be able to listen to the 2nd series of Sananda’s “Post Millennium Review” Radio Show at United Music available everyday at 10 am and 10 pm CET at Sananda.org/radio Enjoy!   if you missed […]

Riky Rick

Dear Fellow Travelers, I was asked, following the most recent demise of our South African friend Riky Rick @rikyrickworld to post a salutary comment on his behalf. But having been moved by the spirit of his exit from this layer of our dimension, as well as the conditions accompanying it, I felt it best instead […]

Her Kiss (Acoustic)

We thought St. Valentine’s Day would be an opportune moment to present another version of ‘HER KISS’. This time of course, the ‘Acoustic’ version that appears on ‘Pandora’s PlayHouse’. I’ve been yearning for a while & waiting for the right time to make a Black & White film of one of the songs on the […]

HAVE A GREAT BLACK HISTORY MONTH !

Recently, a figure uncovered by the Brits as the oldest being yet discovered to have lived in the British Isles was revealed to have been a black man (although he himself might have thought of himself in broader terms than those of us currently programmed to see ‘race’ in such meager, narrow & political terms). […]