Sharita Star brings you 2 insightful hours discussing the planetary wisdoms of Astrology & Numerology. Be captivated by the affirmation that our mighty planets above have gifts to shower upon us all below here upon the earth. From the Star Profiles of all kinds of souls- notable special guests from the metaphysical world join Sharita in validating that planets are a valuable psychic tool. Click on a box for 2012 (upper) or 2011's (lower) archives! Happy Listening!
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If you have not heard the ever-delicious and delightfully soulful sounds of Singer Maya Azucena yet, this was an hour you will definitely want to listen back to!
Sharita was absolutely honored to have Maya join her for this show that explored from above, just why Maya is here in this incarnation bringing healing, light and joy to the entire globe through her innovative and spirit-stirring music down here below. The planets above indeed do declare she is an original and stellar Star that you will continue to watch shine like the sun with an everlasting love upon this EARTH; for everything beyond her music equally and truly comes from Maya's HEART.
As we discussed Maya's birthname through it's name expression and Lexigrams -the poetic phrasing of the anagrams that can be derived from within it- we find one more validation of how a person's story in life is also all within a name.
MAYA AZUCENA NEWTON
MY MY MY, MAYA A WOMAN TO EMANATE ONE UNCANNY WAY TO ANNOUNCE AN AMAZE
MAYA MEANT TO OWN MANY TUNE, NOTE & TONE
MAYA MEANT TO OWN MANY AMOUNT O’ TON O’ MONEY NOTE & TONE.
MAYA A MANY TUNE MONEY ANTENNA
MAYA MEANT TO AMAZE ANYONE TO A MEATY NOTE & TONE ZONE
MAYA MEANT TO AMAZE MANY A WOMAN MANNA
MAYA ON MANY A WOMEN TO WOMEN TEAM TO AMAZE; ON MANY A TEAM TO AMAZE
MAYA CAME ON A COMET WAY TO AMAZE ANYONE
ONCE MAYA ANNOUNCE AN OWN, MAYA NOW WON ANY MOMENT MAYA WANT
WE CAN COUNT ON A MANY MANY WAY MAYA CAME TO AMAZE ANYONE
Maya Azucena inhabits a musical world of her own
creation. Whether performing before an audience of thousands or writing
in solitude, she transcends genres and trends. Her progressive yet
accessible style is shaped by an expansive vision that unites genres.
With Maya Azucena, the worlds of hip hop, soul, jazz, reggae,
electronica and pop join forces. Like Lauryn Hill, Corinne Bailey Rae,
or Gnarls Barkley, she embodies a singular and finely honed artistry
through a combination of profound lyrics, soaring melodies, and
Cry Love is the artistic statement that
Maya Azucena has sought to make since day one. The Brooklyn-based
singer-songwriter’s impressive versatility unfolds over ten original
compositions plus a dramatic interpretation of “Little Ghetto
Boy.” Executive-produced with her longtime collaborator Christian Ver Halen, and released on her new imprint label, Azucena Songs, Cry Love represents a powerful journey that distills the universal themes of love, survival, and hope into 50 unforgettable minutes.
Maya Azucena emerged as a captivating presence on the landscape of popular music following her self-released debut Maya Who?! and the critically acclaimed Junkyard Jewel. Billboard, The Village Voice and TheWashington Post have all heralded her mesmerizing performances in the U.S. while her music’s been featured on HBO (The Wire), NBC (30 Rock), and in advertisements for Verizon Wireless and Ford Motors. Her work with Stephen Marley netted a “Best Reggae Album” Grammy and her vocal contributions to an album by Croatian superstar Gibonni garnered two Porin Awards (the
top music award in Croatia). As both an in-demand concert attraction
and a Cultural Ambassador for the U.S., she’s enthralled audiences in
places as far-ranging as Honduras, China, Tanzania, Italy, Myanmar, and
It is for those listeners and countless more that Maya Azucena has crafted Cry Love.An anthem for justice, the title track, produced by Pete Miser,
is steeped in Maya’s concern for humankind and constitutes the album’s
core concept. Her desire to inspire, empower, and embolden listeners
saturates both the edgy groove of “Warriors” and the sanguine sway of
“Near,” as well as her gripping duet with distinguished singer/pianist Chris Robon
the Donny Hathaway classic, “Little Ghetto Boy.” Taking a page from
Maya’s own life, “The Half” is a harrowing tale propelled by no less a
rock legend than guitarist Vernon Reid. Emerging triumphant from near tragedy, she invites dancehall icon iNi Kamoze aboard
for a victory lap on “My Back’s Not Up Against the Wall” while the
glistening, acoustic qualities of “Belong to the Sun” furnish another
standout cut. The songs are all unified by a remarkable depth and
stunning musicality. ®2012www.mayaazucena.com