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Grammy Winner Omar Akram
Omar Akram discusses Transcendental Meditation and his new album
Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Grammy Winner Omar Akram was recently interview by Christopher Caplan of RYOT News. “I think it definitely brings you closer to the source of creativity. I feel this way almost every time. I remember David Lynch was talking about it. He said it was like “searching for the big fish,” or in other words, reaching deep down. I can reach deep down inside of myself and get to the big fish — that big creative idea. That’s what it’s all about, the big creative idea, and TM helps me find this.”

AquaEssence: An Ocean of Calm by Amberfern
Want More Amberfern?
Monday, July 29, 2013

Recently Amberfern was interviewed by Robert Silverstein of If you want "more Amberfern" this is a great in-depth chat with lots of photos.

Musical Healthcare artist Chuck Wild of Liquid Mind
A Word from Chuck Wild of Liquid Mind
Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Liquid Mind listeners often ask me about my musical influences, either on behalf of themselves, or their kids who might be interested in learning and performing music. The earliest influence for me was singing sacred music in children's choirs starting at age 5. I started playing piano the same year, and by age 10 was begging the church organist to let me play the beautiful 39 rank Kilgen organ in our church. By age 13, I was playing organ for Sunday youth services.

Omar Akram at the BET Awards
Omar Akram interviewed at the BET Awards
Tuesday, July 16, 2013

A quick interview with the always dashing Omar Akram at the BET Awards. Omar's new album Daytime Dreamer will hit the streets on September 24th. Stay Tuned!

Liquid Mind X: Meditation
NEW Liquid Mind Video
Monday, July 15, 2013

Alain Gauthier, the extraordinarily talented choreographer/co-director of Cavalia, and formerly acrobatic choreographer of Cirque du Soleil, has created a most stunning video to Liquid Mind's "Soft Focus" from Liquid Mind X: Meditation. Chuck Wild (aka Liquid Mind) says “Alain creates spatial environments using pixel choreography, it is truly unlike anything I've seen. My great gratitude to Alain for his beautiful setting to my music.”

Real Music Inc. YouTube Channel
Real Music YouTube Channel
Tuesday, July 2, 2013

We are excited to announce our new category “Album Sampler” on Real Music's YouTube channel. Each video represents an album with sample clips of each of the titles, in the order they appear on the CD. Get a feel for the flow of the entire CD before you buy! We will be adding to it constantly so subscribe to our channel, and be the first to hear the latest additions. 

AquaEssence: An Ocean of Calm
An Interview with Amberfern
Tuesday, July 2, 2013

On August 13th the new album from Amberfern will be released, AquaEssence: An Ocean of Calm. Clive Brooks (aka Amberfern) sat down with Real Music to discuss the new album, recording, and everything in between.

Real Music: Can you tell about your “Essence” series of albums, and how they’re different from the “Distant Horizons” series?

Liquid Mind I: Ambience Minimus
Making Lemonade from Lemons, Liquid Mind Style
Monday, July 1, 2013

In 1987 I was signed as a staff songwriter/composer to Lorimar Telepictures here in Los Angeles. Lorimar (later combined with Warner Brothers) was the largest television production company in the USA, run by Merv Adelson, (Barbara Walters’ husband at the time). My job mostly entailed writing songs for artists and TV shows, and I was lucky enough to write a #1 song (in the European territory) called “You're My One and Only” for CBS Records artist Jennifer Rush.  

Can Music Can Bridge Cultures and Promote Peace? by Omar Akram
Thursday, June 13, 2013

I met Fidel Castro when I was 14 years old. I was at one of my father's diplomatic functions, and I had the opportunity to strike up a conversation with Castro about music. He knew I played the piano and asked me if I'd been to any of the local African jazz clubs. I was too young to enter the clubs at the time, but to my surprise the dictator wielded his power to get me in. I entered some of Cuba's best jazz clubs by simply using his name, and no one questioned it. I would go on stage and play the piano between sets, and the musicians would improvise with me and encourage me to play.

Liquid Mind VII: Reflection by Chuck Wild
Guest Blog by Chuck Wild of Liquid Mind
Tuesday, June 4, 2013

I'm sometimes asked which CD is my favorite out of the twelve existing Liquid Mind albums. My compositions are my children — so I can describe them, but it's hard to choose favorites. Since the Liquid Mind series follows my own personal journey...