Slow World is the second album of deep relaxation music by Liquid Mind. This functional and peaceful album is also used by parents to quiet hyperactive children and to assist themselves in going back to sleep in the middle of a difficult night.
Liquid Mind II: Slow World
Looking for a more natural way to slip into sleep? One good side-effect-free option is music therapy. Phil Eichling, M.D., M.P.H., of the Sleep Disorders Center at the University of Arizona speculates that you can sedate yourself naturally by listening to rhythmic music with an ultra-slow beat, which may bring brainwaves into calming sync. Let these CDs help you drift off to dreamland. The expansive rhythms, hushed tones, and shimmering textures on Slow World evoke the serene feeling of lying seaside under starry skies.
Slow World is the second release by Liquid Mind (Chuck Wild). It is a collection of slow introspective music. Comprised of three long cuts between 13 minutes and a half hour in length, it is a seductive and extraordinary album.
The first piece, "Mirror Veil", immediately brings to mind the classic early 80's release by Brian Eno, “Music for Airports” with long stretched out breathy samples. Emotionally it is music of breadth, power, and profound feeling.
Using state of the art studio techniques , Chuck slowly unveils a timeless world of sound. “Blue Seven”, the next cut, is a classic example of introspective space-music. As it slowly evolves it creates a sound world of exotic beauty and tenderness that captures the deep human yearning for inner peace and fulfillment.
The title cut, “Slow World” is an epic 30 minute long piece. Infused with hypnotic dreamy contemplation, “Slow World” is the perfect nocturne for a frenetic age. This soaring, powerful music covers the full range of sonic exploration, from massive panoramas of expanded stereo sound to the quiet subtle ambient tone textures and colors of deep space environments.
All in all it is an absolutely superb audiophile recording