guy sweens and his music

biography

Guy is a World-Fusion artist and his music can best be defined as vibrant, passionate, spiritual and saturated with melodic warmth and ethnic percussion. It is a fusion of western and exotic styles with clear Indian influences. In order to create these textures, Guy uses many different instruments from all over the world, combined with modern synthesis and technology. In 2014 Guy’s song “Son of Krishna” (taken from the album “Kamadeva”) was used in the Hollywood movie “The Letters”, starring Juliet Stevenson, Rutger Hauer and Max von Sydow. The movie tells the story of Mother Teresa.

albums - cd / mp3

To buy a CD click on £9.99 to add to cart.  Buying the CD version also gives you a FREE MP3 download of the album.        
To buy the MP3 album ONLY click on "DOWNLOAD" at £5.99        

To listen to the tracks use the player below. Highlight a track and click the play icon.

A wonderful and insightful interview with Guy Sweens in his studio produced by Dutch TV. (English subtitles)

Listen to how Guy works and explains how a modern studio works demonstrating various sounds, instruments and tracks from his albums 
"Moon Magic" and "Karmic Journey"

NEW RELEASE !

Diwali

Guy Sweens

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"Diwali is the Festival of Lights. It is one of the most popular festivals of Hinduism and is usually lasting for 5 days. It is also celebrated by Jains and Sikhs and some Buddhists. On the third day the height of the festival is celebrated. It is coinciding with the darkest night of the lunar month. During the festival, the people illuminate their homes, temples and work spaces with diyas, which are candles and lanterns. People have a ritual oil bath at dawn on each day of the festival and also enjoy fireworks and sweets. Hindus celebrate the return of deities Rama and Sita to Ayodhya after their 14-year exile. They also celebrate the day Mother Goddess Durga destroyed a demon called Mahisha. Sikhs particularly celebrate the release from prison of the sixth guru Hargobind Singh in 1619. Jains celebrate the moment that Lord Mahavira reached a state called Moksha (eternal bliss).

Enjoy! - Guy Sweens"

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