Sunday, May 24, 2015

The Radha Krsna Temple 1971

The Radha Krsna Temple is a 1971 album of Hindu devotional songs recorded by the UK branch of the Hare Krishna movement – more formally, the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) – who received the artist credit of "Radha Krishna Temple (London)".

The album was produced by George Harrison ( The Beatles ) and released on the Beatles' Apple record label. It compiled two hit singles by the Temple devotees, "Hare Krishna Mantra" and "Govinda", with other Sanskrit-worded mantras and prayers recorded with Harrison from July 1969 onwards.

The recordings reflected Harrison's commitment to the Gaudiya Vaishnava teachings of the movement's leader, A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, who had sent devotees from San Francisco to London in 1968.
The success of the Temple's first single, "Hare Krishna Mantra", helped popularise the Hare Krishna

After its initial release, the album was reissued on the Spiritual Sky label and by Prabhupada's Bhaktivedanta Book Trust, often with the new title Goddess of Fortune. Apple officially reissued The Radha Krsna Temple on CD in 1993, and again in 2010, with the addition of two bonus tracks.


Side One

01. Govinda
02. Sri Gurvastakam
03. Bhaja Bhakata /Arati
04. Hare Krsna Mantra

Side  Two

01. Sri Isopanisad
02. Bhaja Hunre Mana
03. Govinda Jaya Jaya

Format : Vinyl LP
Released : 21 May 1971
Recorded : July 1969, January–March 1970
Abbey Road Studios, London . Apple Studio,London ,Trident Studios,London .
Genre : Indian devotional music - Ethnic
Made in : England
Length     42:44
Label :    Apple
S.Number : SKAO 3376
Producer : George Harrison ( The Beatles )
Balance Engineer : Ken Scott
movement in the West, and inspired Harrison's more overtly religious songs on his 1970 triple album "All Things Must Pass". Among the Temple members, former jazz musician and future ISKCON leader Mukunda Goswami provided the musical arrangements on the recordings.

MP3 @ 320  Size : 92 MB
Flac Size : 238 MB


  1. Thanks a lot! Hare Krishna!

  2. Aspirin indeed! i was missing this one, Thank you very very much, All the best to you. Om Hari.