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Reflections / Lotus Feet

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  1. Feet altered by binding were called lotus feet. Foot binding was practiced in different forms, and the more severe form of binding may have been developed in the 16th century. It has been estimated that by the 19th century, 40–50% of all Chinese women may have had bound feet, and up to almost % among upper-class Chinese women.
  2. "Lotus Feet", purposely designated as track seven (see The Seventh Song) and recorded live during three separate concerts in the Netherlands during Vai's "Aching Hunger Tour", was nominated for Best Rock Instrumental Performance at the Grammy Awards. Vai cites Bulgarian wedding music as having inspired "Freak Show Excess".
  3. Lotus Feet is absolutely stellar much of the album is , Yai Yai drags it down to some extent, but wit Lotus Feet being on the level of "For the Love of God," it keeps the album in the range.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Steve Vai - Real Illusions: Reflections at Discogs. Complete your Steve Vai collection.
  5. I Translation the lotus feet of are a shelter where one will get the soothing Moonlight not only of one but of millions of moons if the world wants to have real peace, it should take shelter of and last one take shelter under the shade of the lotus feet of Loch. With a bit of it. this world is a reflection. It's like a banyan tree is like a.
  6. Released February 22, ℗ Sony BMG Music Entertainment. Also available in the iTunes Store.
  7. “Lotus Feet” from “Real Illusions: Reflections” recorded with the Metropole Orkest in Holland. Pervading Eastern philosophy and religion for thousands of years, the lotus is a metaphor for the feet of the gods, saints and other exalted spiritual beings.
  8. The Divine is the sure friend who never fails, the Power, the Support, the Guide. The Divine is the Light which scatters darkness, the conqueror who assures the victory.

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