It’s been a while since the last Chuck Wild visit, so that must make it time for a quasi greatest hits refresher. With a new track added to the mix, this retrospective really highlights the introspective series that comes with a warning that you shouldn't operate heavy machinery while listening to this. A well textured ”spiritual“/introspective collection, it's nice to be reminded this stuff is out there.
Gandalf makes no secret right from the title about how he wants this to be your next yoga session soundtrack. At once peaceful and spiritually uplifting, this set of gentle and graceful music is state of the art audio getaway for life in a stressed world.
Chuck Wild brings his head music series to a new place by making electronic sound waves (as opposed to soundscapes) that easily wash over your brittle mind and smooth out the rough edges. Best played with head phones to wipe out as much distraction as possible, this is a lot better for you than CNN these days. Trust me, I’m not going to argue with titles like “The Joy of Quiet”. I wish I had more of it.
[On Akram's latest release] he really embraces world jazz as part of his sound. Landing somewhere in a gulf that fuses flamenco with middle eastern with amorphous world jazz, Akram serves up a winning combination that makes great adult alternative listening. Light years away from his early new agey roots, this is full bodied music that’ll stand on its own legs away from the yoga mats. Irresistible stuff that never lets you down.
Leader Chuck Wild steps up once again with a set of calming music that massage therapists and aggravated parents might find more than handy to have around. Not so much listening music as feeling music, this is like a church music for a church youve been looking to join but cant seem to find. Highlighting the more touchy feely side of new age, this goes the distance in that realm.