Love Serve Remember (Digital Album)

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Love Serve Remember was a boxed set of 6 LPs that was produced with Ram Dass and the ZBS Foundation in 1973.

The LP set came out in the midst of the Vietnam War and the Watergate hearings over President Richard Nixon’s questionable political maneuvers. 

Ram Dass along with a small group of his fellow devotees created a legacy project to reflect Maharaj-ji’s basic teachings to us – to love everyone, serve our fellow humans and remember God

The Love Serve Remember digital album includes 288 minutes of archival footage of Ram Dass taking phone call questions on WBAI New York Radio, kirtan meditations, the Hanuman Chaleesa and readings from the Ramayana and the Third Chinese Patriarch.

This is a digital album.This is NOT a physical product that you will receive in the mail. You will receive an email with instructions on  how to access your digital files.

  • Running Time: 288 Minutes

  • Archive Material: Love Serve Remember LP Set 1973

  • Format: Digital Album .mp3 Audio

  • Published: 1973 ZBS Foundation, 2015 Love Serve Remember Foundation


This is a digital album.This is NOT a physical product that you will receive in the mail. You will
receive an email containing your download link and instructions.

Side 1 (Track 1)

Ram Dass opens the WBAI Radio sessions with an introductory overview and meditation.



Side 2, 3 , & 4 (Tracks 2-4)

WBAI Radio phone calls and Q&A with Ram Dass



Side 5 (Tracks 5-12)

Music by The Sufi Choir, Mirabai, Sarada and Rabindranath, Amazing Grace, & Krishna.



Side 6 (Tracks13-15)

Excerpts from The Gospel according to John
Ram Dass reflects on the Gospel of John and its teachings. Prayers by the Brothers of Mount Savior.



Side 7 (Track 16)

Ram Dass reads the poem of Hsin Hsin Ming by Seng Ts'an, The Third Chinese Patriarch of Zen.



Side 8 (Tracks 17-21)

Music by Amazing Grace, Guru Blanket, Bhagavan Das, Krishna Das



Side 9, 10 & 11 (Tracks 22-25)

Ram Dass reads the hindu tale of the Ramayana and Bhagavan Das chants the Hanuman Chaleesa



Side 12 (Track 26)

Closing Meditation with Ram Dass

  1. An Opening -Ram Dass (22:03)

  2. WBAI Radio Phone Calls Part 1 -Ram Dass (24:56)

  3. WBAI Radio Phone Calls Part 2 -Ram Dass (25:37)

  4. WBAI Radio Phone Calls Part 3 -Ram Dass (25:15)

  5. Band 1 - Shema Yisroel, Yahuva Elohenu Yahuva Echod -The Sufi Choir (1:06)

  6. Band 2 - One with Thee -Mary Beth 'Mirabai' Milton with Hilda's New York Satsang (3:06)

  7. Band 3 - Gita Song -Mary Beth ' Mirabai' Melton (2:28)

  8. Band 4 - You Are -Sarada and Rabindranath (3:00)
  9. Band 5 - O My Children -Amazing Grace (5:00)
  10. Band 6 - All is Karma -Krishna (2:03)
  11. Band 7 - Listen Listen -Amazing Grace (2:47)

  12. Band 8 - Alhamdulillah! -The Sufi Choir (2:24)
  13. Bless The Lord - An Oblation -Brothers of Mount Savior Monastery (0:59)

  14. Excerpts from the Gospel According to John -Read by Ram Dass (21:24)
  15. The Lord's Prayer -Brothers of Mount Savior Monastery (0:39)
  16. Third Chinese Patriarch of Zen -Read by Ram Dass (17:05)
  17. Band 1 - Radhe Radhe Radhe Shyam, Govinda Radhe -Live at Berkley Community Theatre (5:03)
  18. Band 2 - Floating Mind -Amazing Grace (3:57)
  19. Band 3 - Kyrie Eleison -Guru Blanket (2:33)
  20. Band 4 - Om Nama Shivaya -Bhagavan Das (5:05)

  21. Band 5 - Devi Kirtan and Puja -Krishna Das (6:48)

  22. Tulsi Das Ramayana Story Part One -Read by Ram Dass (25:42)

  23. Tulsi Das Ramayana Story Part Two -Read by Ram Dass (27:57)

  24. Tulsi Das Ramayan Story Part Three -Read by Ram Dass (7:57)

  25. Shree Hanuman Chalisa -Bhaghavan Das (14:18)
  26. Closing Meditation -Ram Dass (28:59)

This is a digital album.
This is
NOT a physical product that you will receive in the mail.
You will receive an email with instructions on  how to access your digital files.

From conception to realization this project has been a joy to work on. That is the surest sign to me that it has the blessing of Maharaj-ji, my Guru. To all of the collaborators, I would offer my thanks. But I realize that for you, like me, the opportunity to participate is thanks enough.


Shanti,

Ram Dass

Franklin, NH 1973