David has written and recorded three kirtan albums. All of the albums have been recorded in India with classically trained Indian musicians and produced in the United States by record producer Greg Gilmore. David's kirtan albums beautifully blend together classically trained Hindustani musicians with David's trained voice and his western love of pop music.
"David Garrigues' voice pierces to the heart of the music."
No Limit Bhakti
In January of 2011 David recorded his third kirtan album, No Limit Bhakti. Currently, the album is being finalized with producer, Greg Gilmore. The album is set to be released in the spring of 2012. Below you can watch a video of internationally renowned sarangi player, Faiyez Khan, playing the classic north Indian instrument and discussing how he begin playing.
Bad Man Bhakti
In January of 2009 David recorded his second album, Bad Man Bhakti, in Mysore, India.
From the inside album cover: "Frequently, at strategically placed moments, my Guru used to call his beloved students 'bad man' or 'bad lady'. He would call you 'bad man' to lighten you up when you made a mistake or were late to class. Or he'd call you 'bad lady' when you'd tell him something funny or out of the ordinary. One time a woman was offended when he called her bad lady. He answered her by laughing and saying "bad means good, bad means good!" I've always felt he was responding with humor to each person's inevitable bent to walk their own crooked path to God. You might be a little 'bad' but really its good because it's your way of walking and the only way you'll find Yoga is to be a rebel and go for your own truth."
- Press the arrows on the music player below to hear David's CD; Bad Man Bhakti
Jaya Sat Guru
Jaya Sat Guru, David's first Kirtan album was released in 2006. All of the songs are classic bhajan tunes that David puts his own western spin on.