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The first issue from First on Vinyl is the legendary timeless album from 1993 'Time Fish' by Marc Anderson. This mesmerizing masterpiece will take you on a spiritual mind trip. Honestly surprising this was never available on vinyl! Marc Anderson is an internationally acclaimed percussionist with credits on more than 250 recordings and numerous national and international tours. He is a priest in the Soto Zen lineage, and the founder / director of the M2 Foundation, a St. Paul non-profit that advocates for more mindful and compassionate communities. He's on staff at Macalester College in the Center for Spiritual and Religious Life and at Hamline University in both the anthropology department and with the Wesley Center for Spirituality, Service and Social Justice.
The first issue from First on Vinyl is the legendary timeless album from 1993 'Time Fish' by Marc Anderson. This mesmerizing masterpiece will take you on a spiritual mind trip. Honestly surprising this was never available on vinyl! Marc Anderson is an internationally acclaimed percussionist with credits on more than 250 recordings and numerous national and international tours. He is a priest in the Soto Zen lineage, and the founder / director of the M2 Foundation, a St. Paul non-profit that advocates for more mindful and compassionate communities. He's on staff at Macalester College in the Center for Spiritual and Religious Life and at Hamline University in both the anthropology department and with the Wesley Center for Spirituality, Service and Social Justice.
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The first issue from First on Vinyl is the legendary timeless album from 1993 'Time Fish' by Marc Anderson. This mesmerizing masterpiece will take you on a spiritual mind trip. Honestly surprising this was never available on vinyl! Marc Anderson is an internationally acclaimed percussionist with credits on more than 250 recordings and numerous national and international tours. He is a priest in the Soto Zen lineage, and the founder / director of the M2 Foundation, a St. Paul non-profit that advocates for more mindful and compassionate communities. He's on staff at Macalester College in the Center for Spiritual and Religious Life and at Hamline University in both the anthropology department and with the Wesley Center for Spirituality, Service and Social Justice.
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