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Hodgson, Roger – Even in the Quietest Moments - Babaji



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Even in the Quietest Moments… was the fifth album by the English rock band Supertramp, released in April 1977. It was recorded mainly at Caribou Ranch Studios in Colorado with overdubs, vocals and mixing completed at The Record Plant in Los Angeles and was Supertramp's first album to use engineer Peter Henderson, who would work with the band for their next three albums as well.

Even in the Quietest Moments… reached number 16 on the Billboard Pop Albums Chart in 1977, and within a few months of release became Supertramp's first Gold (500,000 copies or more) selling album in the US. In addition, "Give a Little Bit" became a US Top 20 single and reached number 29 on the UK Singles Chart. While "Give a Little Bit" was the big hit, both "Fool's Overture" and the title track also got a fair amount of FM album-rock play.

Babaji is an Indian honorific that means "Father", usually with great respect. It may also refer to People. According to Wikipedia,for example,  it has been used for the following people

·       Babaji, affectionate name for Sardar Gurinder Singh Dhillon Ji (born 1 August, 1954), spiritual teacher.

·       Babaji, affectionate name for Shivarudra Balayogi (born 1954), yogi and self realized master

·       Babaji, a name for Baba Virsa Singh Ji, founder of the Gobind Sadan Institute

·       Babaji Maharaji or Hariakhan Baba (active 1861–1924), a yogi who taught throughout northern India near the Himalayas

·       Gaurakisora Dasa Babaji (1838–1915), a well-known acharya from the Gaudiya Vaishnava tradition of Hinduism

·       Haidakhan Babaji, a teacher who appeared in northern India and taught publicly from 1970–1984

·       Jagannatha Dasa Babaji (1776–1894), an influential leader in the Gaudiya Vaishnava tradition of Hinduism

·       Mahavatar Babaji, referred to by Paramahansa Yogananda in his best-selling Autobiography of a Yogi


However, this does not appear to be the context in which Roger uses the term

A description of the experience



All of my life I felt that you were listening
Watching for ways to help me stay in tune
Lord of my dreams, although confusion
Keeps trying to deceive

What is it that makes me believe in you?

Babaji, oh won't you come to me
Won't you help me face the music
Bring it out so we can sing it out
Help me to find it before we lose it

At night when the stars are near
And there's no one to keep you from coming here
And there's no one to shield me before your eyes
Is it mine, is it mine, is it mine to know?

I can see it's not too good to me
To be afloat in the sea of glory
Babaji, oh how you comfort me
By showing me it's a different story

Your light in the dark is real
And I know that you know it is how I feel
When I see the reflections that's in your eyes
Is it mine, is it mine, is it mine to know?

Babaji, have you a song for me
To tell the world of its guardian angel
Bring it out so we can sing it out
Oh must you always remain a stranger?

At night when the stars are near
And I long for delusion to disappear
Then I see the reflection that's in your eyes
Is it time, is it time, is it time to know

The source of the experience

Hodgson, Roger

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