"Music For Rejuvenation". Based on clinical studies conducted at New York University Center's Rusk Institute, "Music For Rejuvenation" emulates the tempo, rhythms and breathing patterns of the peak rest periods of our daily circadian rhythms. Piano, soprano saxophone, hand-drums, trumpet, and guitar all create a blend of sensuous and deeply relaxing music. Here is a unique opportunity to give yourself the most precious gift: time to reflect, heal and energize…
Somewhere along the line, artists had the idea of melding downtempo and psy-trance (called psy-tempo), as featured throughout Mana Medicine. Not a bad idea, since the two electronica genres are quite complementary, where rhythm takes a subordinate role to melody and improvisation. In fact, oddly, it's not a million miles from the jam-band ethos. In both cases, the tunes establish a ground, a canvas on which the performers can paint, and some do it excellently, like Drift on "Infusion," working over a soulful idea…
Fantastic Box Set covering the Motown Years, over 110 tracks, including "Where Did Our Love Go," "Dancing In The Street," "Jimmy Mack," "I Heard It Through The Grapevine," "Behind The Painted Smile," "The Tears of Clown," "The Tracks of My Tears," & "This Old Heart of Mine," to name just a few. Great songs from a great era, if you grew up during this period you'll love these songs, & the quality of the recordings is as usual from Readers Digest excellent!
The Motown Collection (10 CD Box Set With 150 Tracks) Time Life. These CDs have very minor wear, they play and sound great with no problems. This is the set you have seen advertised on TV by Billy Dee Williams. All jewel cases have been replaced with new ones. Like many of the Time Life sets, this set is collectible and getting hard to find and get, so get this now while you can. These are all the original hits by the original artists and you get that great Time Life sound quality. This is the best Motown box set I have ever heard.
This high quality 8 CD box contains 7 One Artist albums, the most important Motown artists (Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson & Jackson 5, Diana Ross & The Supremes, Lionel Richie & The Commodores, Mavin Gaye, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles and The Temptations) and CD with the biggest hits of other Motown sizes.
This is Motown Anthems, for the first time Motown's finest have been put together on a four disc album. With 96 of the biggest Motown anthems from some of the biggest names in music including Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, Four Tops, The Jackson 5 and loads more. This really is the complete Motown collection on one definitive album.
György Sándor Ligeti was a Hungarian composer of contemporary classical music. He has been described as "one of the most important avant-garde composers in the latter half of the twentieth century" and "one of the most innovative and influential among progressive figures of his time".
The first Planet Dog compilation, released in America on Mammoth, is an intriguing collection of psychedelic ambient-dub, with representative label acts like Banco de Gaia and Eat Static appearing alongside special guests like the Drum Club, Pressure of Speech and System 7 (who contribute a remix of their "Habibi"). Even though a few of the other producers are a bit obscure, even Tuu, Ullulators and Optic Eye turn in solid, dubby tracks.