"My musical passions are Hawaiian and East Indian music. In bringing these ancient traditions together, I found that the common thread was the Goddess, revered in both Hawai'i and India. For this album, I use musical themes from both cultures, as well as other music that compliments Her healing and empowering energy. Hawai'i Nei shimmers with the energy of the Goddess, in all Myriad forms. Enjoy Her Aloha through this music!" - Antion Vikram Singh
"One in the Goddess" is a powerful yet soothing journey into the heart of the Goddess drawing from Hawaiian, East Indian and American traditions. Created with an artistry that is profoundly beautiful, deeply dimensional and hauntingly touching.
5/5 Stars out of 4 Reviews
Langley, BC | May 30th, 2016
I love Kamali'i O Ka Po and E Ku'u Aloha the best. i can't tell you how many times i've listened to them over and over - they paint such vivid pictures...My focus is the Hawaiian as i have met and been in workshop with Kumu Blaine here in BC, so that is my love. I hope that when my Halau comes to E Ho`i Mai I Ka Piko Hula World Invitational Hula Festival in November 2008 in Honolulu, that perhaps you will be there too!! Mahalo and Aloha.
S C | October 21st, 2012
I've been working for years to heal my wounded heart but I have always felt empty and hollow inside. Tonight your music caused my heart to glow and resonate, to come alive. Thank you for healing my heart.
Jeremy Cobb | June 13th, 2010
Antion, this is my favorite CD, wow it is beautiful! Keep up the selections. They are just wonderful.
Gayle | June 6th, 2010
Aloha Elandra and Antion. I took the children for a surf at rock quarries, five to be exact. As the sunset began to close in the children gotout of the water and we put "One in the Goddess" into the truck's CD player along side the river with the waves kissing the sand nearby. The magic began. I danced with the two year old, relunctant to let go, as he faded in time with the music. The others sat close relaxing and feeling the journey unfold. Knowing how the body integrates and focuses through this magnificent tool of sound I enjoyed watching as they each went within and experienced to the uniqueness of each song the area it affects. I knew, as I was there with them in the experience. I noticed how the few people left near us were quietly allowing the album to touch their souls, so gently and unknowingly following into a meditative state of bliss and personal relationship with their God/Goddess. Ah, "One in the Goddess" was so well titled, so well received as we all communed there in blessed Nature. Mahalo to your commitment to humankind. What a portal you have created. I love you both so much.
Former rock-star Antion Vikram Singh left Eric Burdon and the Animals nearly 30 years ago to pursue a spiritual practice that led him to study and then perform sacred Indian music in Sikh temples throughout the world. He was introduced, by chance, to Hawaiian music and has now succeeded in working it into his eclectic repertoire. And somewhere, is a vision that brings it all together in a sound as uniquely his own as the inner yearnings that guide him. Before he joined the Animals, the London-born guitarist played with entertainers like Rod Stewart and Dusty Springfield. Jimi Hendrix, who once named him as one of his three favorite musicians, alongside idols Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck.