Joshua Sitron | Biblical Digital

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Biblical Digital

by Joshua Sitron

If Moby's "Play" were entitled "Cry". Tribal chants of Blackfoot warriors, Hasidic Jews, and Tuvan monks are remixed over lush, electronica; at times delicate, at times thunderous. This is the soundtrack to my spiritual awakening.
Genre: Electronic: Trip Hop
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1. Morning
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2. We All Work At Disneyland (feat. the Black Lodge Singers)
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3. One of These Days
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4. Brothers (feat. Bienvenida 'Berta' Aguado and Loretta 'Dora' Ge)
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5. 7/8
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6. Tuvan (feat. Sundukai Mongush)
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7. Lamaragga
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8. Carlebach (feat. Shlomo Carlebach and Joshua Sitron)
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9. Romeo
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10. Sephardic (feat. Bienvenida 'Berta' Aguado and Loretta 'Dora' Ge)
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11. Pavane
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12. Charlene
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13. Arabian
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14. Lalalala
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15. Healing Song (feat. Primeaux/Mike)
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Album Notes
"From epic, dramatic, thunderous and sweeping like a film score to intimate, visceral, well-directed plaintive lines, this electronic album encompasses a full spectrum of light and dark, of mind and emotion, simply rotating around creativity and musical voice rather than any particular genre indications." -CD Baby

"Joshua Sitron's first electronic album is simply amazing. It is the only CD that I've ever bought after listening to sample tracks. I was blown away and ordered immediately. Biblical Digital is clearly a reflection of his spiritual journey, and the music definitely flows directly to the soul. I would highly recommend this CD to anyone who enjoys electronic music." -Michael Bridgman

"It's kind of incredible. Really emotive and passionate." -Nicole G.

"Umm, folks, this is simply the most stunning, powerful CD I have heard, EVER. Really, I don't even know what to say. This is so good, I have been rendered totally speechless..." -Billy O.

"... I was blown away!! -Pelle B., Sweden



What do sioux pow wows, hasidic niggunim, tuvan overtone singing have in common? They all cry for life. They all cry spirit. In Biblical Digital, they are stripped of their cultural and religious specificity, and presented over dark, minimalistic arrangents; at times fiery, at times ambient and hypnotic. Very filmic and visually evocative - a number of independent filmakers have already used "Biblical Digital" music in their soundtracks.

Known mostly for his work in children's music for television (Nickelodeon's "Dora the Explorer", the Disneychannels "PB+J Otter", the Girls Scouts of America "Sisters Hand in Hand", and his own "FunkeyMonkeys!", Joshua Sitron expresses his as yet untapped dark and serious side with the release of "Biblical Digital".

"Next year will mark the 10th anniversary of what I call my awakening. It's when cracks in my mask of depression began to appear. And the still and silent voice in my gut spoke up and said: I'm here. It's time, you might want to look into Yoga. What followed can only be described as the permanent opening of a door of perception which was marked by constant change of relationships, career paths, endings, beginnings, miracles of sychronicity and profound experience -highlighted by shamanic journeys to Egypt and Peru (two of the earth's chakras). Biblical Digital is a very real and personal expression of this journey. My inner journey of remembrance, purification, and intiation: 1994-2001.

But this path can be also be seen on a macrocosmic level, in the shake-ups, and unfolding, of what I sincerely believe is the spiritualization of mankind. We are deep into the process. I hope that those out there who can identify will be touched and moved in someway by this music. I give it freely, and acknowledge the divinity in all of you."

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dmburrows

Well mixed, listenable, catchy and addictive
Here's one of those guys that makes a CD from the heart. You can tell he's been holding up all that pent-up talent while scripting tunes for Nick @ Night and here is the end product. Moby and company 0:-O look out!___________

david m burrows
producer/director/music supervisor
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Frank Jackson, Sunjada Productions

Music for all moods
This project offers a wide range of depth for all moods. Just pop it in and press "play".
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CD Baby


From epic, dramatic, thunderous and sweeping like a film score to intimate, visceral, well-directed plaintive lines, this electronic album encompasses a full spectum of light and dark, of mind and emotion, simply rotating around creativity and musical voice rather than any particular genre indications. With care, the album is described by the artist as, "If Moby's "Play" were entitled 'Cry.'" From a personal, spiritual awakening, the music is pushed forward with inspiration such as Tribal chants of Sioux warriors, Hasidic Jews, and Tuvan monks upon a foundation of lush electronica.
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Michael Bridgman

An incredibly powerful electronic sound
Joshua Sitron's first electronic album is simply amazing. It is the only CD that I've ever bought, when after listening to the sample tracks, was blown away and ordered immeadiately. Biblical Digital is clearly a reflection of his spiritual journey, and the music definately flows directly to the soul. I would highly recommend this CD to anyone who enjoys electronic music.
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Billy O.

Holy Shnikes!
Umm, folks, this is simply the most stunning, powerful CD I have heard, EVER. Really, I don't even know what to say. This is so good, I have been rendered totally speechless...
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Michele Medlin

Simply wonderful
Mr. Sitron's soaring music fills the soul with questions answered and answers questions unasked. He's a musical visionary, I can't wait to see what comes next from this truly gifted musician.
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Cliff Yankovich

Dang - I like it too. As well. Also.
This CD has been in my player on a very regular basis since I received it. There isn't a track on here that I don't like. The ones I like the most are #2 We All Work At Disneyland, #4 Brothers, and #7 Lamaragga. Thanks CD Baby for another winnah.
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Ers

Love it.
This CD made me want to step my production up a notch. I love it.
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