Real Music Corporate LogoVisionary new age music for nourishing and rejuvenating body, mind and spirit

Real Music Corporate LogoVisionary new age music for nourishing and rejuvenating body, mind and spirit

Midwest Record

Yoga Meditations

Yoga Meditations by Sayama

“OM” is regarded to be the first sound in the universe, and within this newest release from Sayama all the instruments here are tuned to that frequency. This is thought to be the wave length to which you need to tune your heart radio in order to “connect” with the Supreme Being. Those thoughts are too big for most of us to deal with, but since Sayama has made other healing arts records for Real Music, we’ll defer to one who can back-up their thoughts cogently and knowingly.

Glimpses

Glimpses by The Haiku Project

If you are unfamiliar with his work in the past, the title can be misleading. The Haiku Project is Danish piano man Henrik Hytteballe, who does most of the heavy lifting himself making gently rolling compositions that have a little augmentation in the background. Great music for use in healing arts or for simply relaxing to, this cat knows how to make the most of “less-is-more” and lets your mind fill in any of the white space it wants — or not. Solid stuff for the genre, enjoyable in its deceptive simplicity, this set works best when you just sit back and let it wash over you. 

Falling Water Shimmering Strings

Falling Water Shimmering Strings by Chris Haugen

While yoga and surfing inspired this new age guitar man, his playing reminds me of instrumental work from Richard Thompson in his Sufi period. It was smoking stuff then and this new side to it is smoking now. You can hear the sincere hippie in Haugen’s soul as this almost sounds like waves breaking in Malibu or Marin County. High minded, sitting down guitar music without an egghead edge, this is great stuff for people looking for a much needed audio getaway. Well done.

kuTumba

kuTumba by Sacred Earth

When people walk it like they talk it you can’t go wrong giving them room to do their thing. These Aussie new-agers are the real deal and nothing like a Saturday Night Live skit. The heart they put into their mantra music is the real deal that you can tell isn’t a cash grab. Lovingly, calming music that weaves its spell around you, this is the kind of stuff to give you a welcome break from the daily stresses that pile up so clandestinely you don’t realize that a heart attack is just a few heartbeats away. This is the next best thing to being able to get away from it all…NOW!

Remembering

Remembering by Bernward Koch

New age keyboard ace Bernward Koch is the kind of cat that you can always give your ears and mind a nice coffee break with as his gentle works are a great place to hide away for a full album or just a track here and there. This set collects thirteen signature compositions from the tunesmith, each with its own flavor and style that still manage to hold together as a whole. Solid adult alternative listening from the musician that helped write the book on contemporary instrumental music. Well done throughout.

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