The Born at Home Collection
by Solomon O. Lopez
  1. The Born at Home Collection
    The Born at Home Collection
    Solomon O. Lopez

1. Overture (feat. Eben Mann) 0:00-1:44
2. Return (feat. Solomon O. Lopez) 1:45-5:59
3. How Could We? (feat. Solomon O. Lopez) 6:00-10:29
4. In Your Mercy (feat. Eben Mann, Solomon O. Lopez) 10:30-17:04
5. For Tzion's Sake (feat. Solomon O. Lopez) 17:05-21:28
6. Stranger (feat. Solomon O. Lopez) 21:30-25:25
7. Origin (feat. Solomon O. Lopez) 25:26-27:48
8. Create in Me (feat. Solomon O. Lopez) 27:49-31:29
9. Am Yisrael Chai (feat. Solomon O. Lopez) 31:30-35:04
10. Rebuild/Born at Home (feat. Solomon O. Lopez) 35:05-41:51

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This is the first album release for Solomon O. Lopez, under the artist name, The Hebraism Music Project. This album titled "Born at Home Sessions Vol. 1" is a collection of songs inspired by the home births of Solomon's three sons, Eliyahu, Benyamin, and Yosef. It is a preview to the Born at Home Anthology (which will feature the music from 2004-2014). Since the album's release in late 2009, Solomon's daughter, Abigail Hana, was born in the summer of 2012 and inspired another collection of songs. 

The album's lyrical content is also heavily inspired by the Hebrew Scriptures (Tanak=Torah, Prophets, and Writings), and the rediscovered Hebraic elements inside the [frequently misunderstood], New Testament. The song opens with an amazing instrumental track, "Overture" (which features violinist, Eben Mann). The next song, "Return," [inspired by Psalm 122] gives the listener an insight into the place where God's name (YHVH) was placed, and where all mankind was reborn--Yerushalayim (Jerusalem). This album lays the foundation that mankind is [continually] reborn because of the life, death, and resurrection of God's Son, Yeshua (Hebrew/Aramaic for Jesus). Ultimately, this entire album was written as a soundtrack for a film that does not exist yet, but certainly exists when any human being has embraced their rebirth through the Messiah, Yeshua of Nazareth. Many of the early album reviews described the music as a journey, as well as, a fluid spiritual experience when listening to the album in its entirety. Please post comments on what the music helps you see about the ancient paths, in a modern world.