Sacred Earth have released a number of titles that have expanded what listeners can expect from world music. The Way Home’s “Om Namah Shivaya” is a thoughtful start to Real Music’s latest compilation, Breath of Life. The nearly nine-minute track allows listeners to meditate and get into a fruitful mindspace. The subtle shifts in styles that are present during this track will keep listeners focused for the entirety of the track. “Dancing Shiva,” from Divine Devotion, utilizes a duality of flute and percussion, establishing a narrative that is weaved throughout.
Kevin Kern has imbued a number of his classic tracks with a vitality and vigor that allows Always Near to speak volumes to anyone listening in, whether it be long-term lovebirds or those that may be new to romantic relationships.
Kiran Murti begins Namasté Yoga with a timeless sort of composition that provides listeners with an authentic feeling for a yoga experience; by the end of the track, listeners will be able to tackle the nearly ten-minute “Guru Charanam” by Sacred Earth. “Guru Charanam” has an atmospheric feel that approximates the winds and cold chill that a late-spring outdoor gathering would have.
The 2014 edition of Namasté Healing provides listeners with a wide array of compositions from an equal diverse collection of Real Music artists. This compilation contains tracks from Liquid Mind, Kevin Kern, Kenio Fuke, Haiku, and Bernward Koch (amongst others).