Breathe in Breathe Out, by Carrie Newcomer (featuring Amjad Ali Khan)- Music Video


Published on Mar 15, 2012

Carrie Newcomer, Jim Brock, Gary Walters, Featuring Ayaan Ali Khan, Amaan Ali Khan, Ayaan Ali Khan, Vineet Vyas
Oct 15, 2011

Everything Is Everywhere Release Concert
Benefit Concert for the Interfaith Hunger Initiative at The Buskirk Chumley Theater

Carrie NewcomerCarrie Newcomer explores the intersection of the spiritual and the daily, the sacred and the ordinary. Over the course of her career she has become a prominent voice for progressive spirituality, social justice and interfaith dialogue. She has been described as “a soaring songstress” by Billboard, a “prairie mystic” by the Boston Globe and Rolling Stone has declared that Newcomer “asks all the right questions.” Author Barbara Kingsolver wrote, “She’s a poet, storyteller, snake-charmer, good neighbor, friend and lover, minister of the wide-eyed gospel of hope and grace.”

Carrie Newcomer , “Breathe, In Breathe Out” (featuring Amjad Ali Khan)
Words and music by Carrie Newcomer
© 2011 Carrie Newcomer Music (BMI) Administered by BMG Chrysalis
From Everything is Everywhere,  Carrie Newcomer

This song can be found on Songs for 1,000 Days:

Fourteen artists have joined Bread for the World Institute and Women of Faith for the 1,000 Days Movement to educate communities and advocate for policy change in the United States to end hunger at home and abroad and give every child the chance to thrive.

Featuring four original songs by La Muna, Tracy Howe, Heatherlyn, and Santiago Benavides, as well as a previously unreleased track from David Wilcox, this compilation contains songs about faith, hunger justice, and the call to action to support mothers and children in their first 1,000 days.

The 1,000 Days movement includes 40 different countries and promotes targeted action to improve nutrition for mothers and children in the 1,000 days between a woman’s pregnancy and her child’s second birthday—a time when better nutrition for mothers and children can have a life-changing impact on a child’s future and help break the cycle of poverty.

This CD is available through the Bread store.


Also you can find her CD here: Kindred Spirits

Review & Commentary

  • Doug Richards

    Beautiful song! I liked the part about how we can be burned by our own anger if we do not let it go. “What is won is won, What is done is done. Let it go”

    The tune is remarkably similar to the tune of “500 Miles” as recorded in 1962 by Peter, Paul and Mary” (