Saturday, May 3, 2014

Namasté Healing CD Review

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).


Liquid Mind’s Whisper to Me is an eight-plus minute track that is incredibly sedate and organic. The progression of this composition is organic, ensuring that listeners are able to meditate or move through a variety of household chores. Kevin Kern’s And the Light is Forever is a shorter track (about three and a half minutes), but packs a tremendous amount of influences and dense arrangements into the smaller space. Kenio Fuke’s My Life is a tremendously tender track, with the piano work providing a close and calming feeling for listeners. Bernward Koch’s The Blue Light has a quicker tempo than many compositions on this compilation, but covers considerable ground – the quicker and slower movements make this into a tremendously effecting track. The compilation ends with Sacred Earth’s Om Namah Shivaya, which immediately places a flute in the forefront. This late-disc expansion of sound provides a nice conclusion to a great selection of tracks – Namasté Healing will get listeners into a great mind set, no matter what activities in which they are involved.

Visit the Real Music website for more information about 2014’s Namasté Healing compilation, further news about the label, and numerous snippets from the voluminous Real Music archives. The Namasté Healing album can be purchased from a variety of online retailers and brick and mortar (bookstores, well-stocked natural and health food stores) for around $15-18.

Top Tracks: Whisper to Me, And the Light is Forever

Rating: 8.6/10

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