Distant Sun by Eamon Karran was honored by an “Heavenly Piano" distinction from PianoHeaven.com. Congrats to Eamonn!
Get a taste of the newest release, Namasté Yoga, featuring “Prana” by Buedi Siebert.
“As I expected, I am getting incredible feedback on Namaste Yoga, Terence Yallop (Real Music President), you are a genius at picking the right songs in the right order!” —Bette Timm
Chuck Wild (Liquid Mind) revisits some of his favorite tracks from previous albums, this time mixing with the cleansing, healing and comforting sounds of the rain and ocean.
Our Namasté Series has sold over 80,000 copies and has become a classic with listeners throughout the world. The newest in the series, Namasté Healing, gathers restorative music in a meticulously curated compilation, carefully chosen for its acoustic resonance.
Here are some insights and comments from a few of the artists:
More Namasté coming soon with the release of Namasté Yoga in July. Namasté Yoga will feature another inspiring collection of music selected to enhance your yoga practice including Kiran Murti, Buedi Siebert, Sacred Earth, and Karunesh.
By popular demand Real Music releases the latest in the Namasté Series, Namasté Healing. Healing gathers the most inspiring and restorative music in a meticulously curated compilation. The music selected has been carefully chosen for its acoustic resonance. Treat yourself to a balancing of the vibrations that govern your overall well being by mindful listening. The track chosen for the video for Healing is “Sparks of Love” by Frank Steiner, Jr.
Read the new and comprehensive interview with Chuck Wild (Liquid Mind) here.
mwe3.com presents an interview with Henrik Hytteballe of The Haiku Project.
You are invited to join Grammy Award Winner Omar Akram at the exclusive House of Music & Entertainment (H.O.M.E) Saturday, May 3 at 7:30pm - 10:30pm in Beverly Hills, as he performs music from his new album Daytime Dreamer and other favorites from his previous albums. Click for more information and tickets.
We have just added a video for the song “Eternity,” from The Haiku Project album Flow. "Eternity" was partially inspired by the book Lifetide by Lyall Watson. In the book the author tells stories about his observations of animals. In one story he watches a man singing on the rocks overlooking the sea to attract turtles — and to his surprise they come swimming — showing their presence before returning to the huge ocean."Eternity" will also be featured on the upcoming "Namasté Healing" album.