"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…
A spinoff of its parent magazine, Classic Rock Presents Prog takes a look at progressive music and the artists who weave them together. Each issue takes a soul-searching foray into the hearts and minds of the heroes of rock, reviewing both new and old releases. Building upon the history of some of the most genre-defining pieces ever devised and those who followed who continue to refine, revolutionise and completely discard the formulas of those who came before. Reflecting on the proud genesis of this unexpected genre, Classic Rock Presents Prog is an able tutor for those in the dark about the evolution of progressive music, and a tonic for existing fans.
Compiled by Peter Gabriel. A collection of tracks featuring the work of musicians who played on Gabriel's album "Us". A world music compendium, generously doused with previously unreleased music and skilfully sequenced so that tracks with little common ground flow effortlessly into one another. Peter Hammill, Tony Levin, Brian Eno, William Orbit and many more.
Decca, the opera company, presents a premium collection of the 100 most beautiful Opera tracks on 6 CDs. Enjoy classic arias and overtures, performed by the greatest opera stars of all time. Artists include Pavarotti, Bartoli, Fischer-Dieskau, Tebaldi, Calleja, Sutherland, Bergonzi, Ghiaurov, Freni, Nilsson, del Monaco, Domingo, Horne, Te Kanawa, Solti, von Karajan, Terfel, Price, Caballe, Kaufmann, Gheorghiu and more.
Welcome to the latest mix of progressive music that makes up the contents for the new Prog magazine cover disc. We kick off with a couple of tracks taken from the much-anticipated new albums from Mostky Autumn and Blackfield, and "Tomorrow Dies" and "Family Man" most certainly do not disappoint. Then we have a trio of great new acts making their Prog debuts: Koyo, Serpentyne and Kaprekar's Constant - all with different and unique sounds, and all of whom you'll be reading more about in future issues of Prog. Beatrix Players, Grice and The Mighty Handful have all appeared on our CD before, and we welcome them back with open arms, before we close with the heavy psych vibe of Jerusalem and the eclectic approach of the aptly-named Intrigue. A great selection of diverse sounds from this wonderful progressive universe that we are lucky enough to write about.
La-La Land Records and CBS proudly present Star Trek: Voyager Collection, a stellar 4-CD presentation of score highlights from the acclaimed television series starring Kate Mulgrew, Tim Russ and Jeri Ryan. Series composers Jay Chattaway, Dennis McCarthy, David Bell and Paul Baillargeon expand their remarkable work in the Star Trek universe with thrilling and inventive music to such fan favorite episodes as "Rise", "The Void", "Basics" parts I & II, "Lifesigns", "Scorpion" parts I & II, and more!