Husband-and-wife musical team Randy and Pamela Copus, also known as 2002, have another New Age hit on their hands with Across an Ocean of Dreams. This synthesized mix, with lots of majestic strings and romantic woodwinds, is uplifting and astral-sounding, similar to a dose of Yanni or Vangelis. Each track — “Heart of the Nile”, “Sound of Still Water,” “Sea at Night” and “Oceans of Life” — is an homage to water. The sounds create an ambient feel that will allow practitioners and clients to immerse themselves into the subconscious world that water represents.
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Call of the Mystic by German-born musician Karunesh, takes its influence from India for a hauntingly lovely collection of tracks that sooth and quiet. Karunesh uses a range of exotic instruments, including Tibetan bowls, sitar, sarod, bansuri flute and Indian violin to create an Eastern landscape. You can almost smell the cumin and vanilla and hear the calls of the street vendors as you let these quiet and tranquil sounds wash over your body. This CD will be a good choice for therapists who enjoy a little “place” in their background music.
This astral-sounding collection, composed and performed by New Age artist Chuck Wild, is a wonderfully slow collection of synthesized sounds that help your breath slow down to what feels like the earth’s own rhythm. This collection of six songs will work well for massage therapists who like to have music that is gentle and unintrusive — almost white noise, but with more character.