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Chant And Be Happy Classic Record Re-released on CD

During the now celebrated summer of 1969, prior to the dissolution of the most famous band in the world – The Beatles, George Harrison produced the Hare Krishna Mantra single with the members of the London Radha-Krishna Temple. After reaching No. 1 on the radio charts in Europe and Asia, this mantra became known to everyone, especially in England where the BBC presented the devotees four times on their then biggest

Here is a re-release of this Apple classic, a recording which is part of the unique history of the sixties, of the Peace & Love movement and the spreading of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness.

This new edition, now titled CHANT AND BE HAPPY, offers something more: a never published before live conversation between George Harrison, John Lennon, Yoko Ono and Shrila Prabhupada, the founder-acharya of the Hare Krishna Movement. This meeting took place in September 1969 and was recorded at John Lennon’s house in England.

More than 30 years later, this recording is still ever fresh and sounds wonderful, thanks to the expert digital mastering. Only few hundreds of copies are available and you can purchase it for only $15 US (handling and mailing included).


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5 Responses to Chant And Be Happy Classic Record Re-released on CD

  1. Anne-Lise Dugas says:

    Hare Krishna!
    I also sent a message to that address and it was not able to go through.
    This is in regards to the Chant and Be Happy CD by George Harrison.

    Thank you so much!


  2. Deborah Uller says:

    Hare Krishna

    I am very interested in purchasing a copy of Chant and Be Happy.
    I sent and e-mail to Apakrta dasa atrama@videotron.ca and my message was not able to be delivered. Please advise.
    Thank you,
    Best Regards,
    Deborah K. Uller

  3. stan_in_usa says:

    George, miss you brother. I myself am following Krishna (though not as intense as you did). Maybe you and I will meet in a future life. Hare Krishna!

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