Thematically a follow-up to 2003's Namasté, Honoring features a line-up of Asian-influenced artists whose music leans toward the therapeutic side.
Designed to be a dose of warmth and reassurance for those times when you need it most, Real Music’s compilation Comfort Music I offers 50+ minutes of aural bliss from the label’s roster of healing music artist. Like all of their compilations, this one is a must for anyone serious about creating a space of peace and beauty. The album features four brand new tracks, which include enchanting works from multi-instrumentalist Gandalf, guitar-based group Back to Earth and flutist Tim Wheater (with David Lord).
The third in Real Music's stress-buster iRelax series, Leaving the Workday Behind is designed to do just that: to provide an oasis of calm within the span of a busy day, whether it be in the midst of the hustle and bustle or for after work when you want to kick back.
The cover of this edition of Real Music iRelax series, which features a gentlemen catching some R&R time atop a row of file cabinets, sums up one of the goals of this album quite well — to create a place of peace that you can escape to, even during a busy work day. The album is a compilation of Real Music artists, which right there lets you know that this will be a highly relaxing affair, as the label's entire roster is tried and true in the realm of relaxation music.
The iRelax series, from Real Music, was designed to provide listeners with tranquil music that could be used to help one relax and reduce stress. Given the fast pace and endless demands that constitute our day to day lives, such an attempt is certainly welcome. iRelax Anywhere features selections from Real Music's extensive catalog that are soft and pleasant (and sometimes rather uplifting as well), and are equally useful for active or passive listening.