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


Bhakti by Sacred Earth

Just like there are Latin and African records where you have no clue what’s going on but you get it anyway, that effect is going on here.  An impressionistic look at the Hindu side of love, you wouldn’t mistake this for an album like ‘Miles Davis for Lovers’ but the love message seems to come through loud and clear. With sonic seasonings to take you well beyond the pale and behind the veils of love, this could easily pass for a spiritual version of Barry White on the other side of the Ganges.

The Way Home

The Way Home by Sacred Earth

No, this new age duo isn’t covering Neil Young this time around. Clocking in at an hour, special note to massage therapists, they spend the time making wise, new versions of mantras that make them sound like nothing George Harrison ever would have thought possible. A very sly take on this sort of sacred music, this duo gets you looking inward in ways you never would have thought about.


Inyan by Sacred Earth

The label presents us with a new duo that has honed their chops to deliver massage/yoga/healing music that has familiar elements without turning cliché. This set of inner peace music is devoted to the earth, from the rocks that provide stability to the great beyond. Rather than re-serve typical noodling of the past, there is a pop sensibility to this music that provides it with a beginning a middle and an end making it more satisfying that just drifting into the void not really knowing when it will end.

Distant Sun

Distant Sun by Eamonn Karran

Guys like Karran are nothing but trouble. They make playing impressionistic, solo piano look and sound so easy that everyone wants to do it. And they can't. Karran is one of those piano players that feels the music. Bringing his native Irish shadings to the session, he doesn't make this a Celtic session but he does take you to all those places filled with people whose names are pronounced nothing like the way they are spelled.

Day of Life

Day of Life by Bernward Koch

For his latest, Koch turns his keyboards to soundscapes that each represent a baker’s dozen of days where you get to do what you want in peaceful surroundings without a care in the world. With themes that feel like drifting and floating that might makes you feel like Huck Finn drifting down the Mississippi away from his troubles if he was doing  it today (you wouldn’t have had music like this 150 years ago, come on), this is a first class audio getaway that won’t do anything less than help you recharge the batteries. Dandy stuff to open the ears and mind with.


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