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Desert Moon Song
Dean Evenson
Desert Moon Song
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Jazz, New Age, Pop


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All Artists: Dean Evenson
Title: Desert Moon Song
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Soundings of Planet
Release Date: 9/18/1993
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Jazz, New Age, Pop
Styles: Ambient, Meditation, Healing
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 096507714427, 096507712928, 096507714427

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Like an enticing massage---
Vernon Cook | Louisville, KY, USA | 11/28/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"---it winds it's way into my subconscious.A friend gave me this album several years ago and it keeps getting played, now probably more than 200 times, way more than any other. Sometimes I crave it. When I'm in my office in the eveing, working on a project, Desert Moon Song provides the perfect company. It takes my subconscious away from minute distractions, and creativity seems to flow."
One of the most relaxing CD's ever.
Rick McDaniel | Lewisville, TX United States | 09/07/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"While you may need to have experienced the desert, in real life, to fully appreciate the sounds of this selection, it is truly a great CD to relax to. If ever it were possible to totally lose yourself in music, this would have to present a great opportunity to accomplish that.This is also a great CD for lovers of Native American Music, and I can say only one CD in that genre, has moved me more.As an amusing finish to these sibling poodle puppies listen intently to this CD when it is though commanded by the sounds of the desert played. They lisen to no CD more intently."
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Curtis L. Wilbur | San Diego, California USA | 06/16/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This album represents a certain type of new-age music thatreally appeals to me. It's a melding of instrumental and naturalsounds. When it's done right, it can transport you to a certain place and time. Evenson manages quite well here. Neither the instruments nor the natural undercurrent are overwhelming. It's peaceful. And whether you want some nice background to enhance a work or play environment, or you just want to space-out with headphones, this music will do the trick. In particular, the harp does very well in this CD, maintaining a very sharp expectation in "Evensong", and I always look forward to this track as I play the album through. Personally, I think the first and third tracks could be better. Overall, very high marks. You'll get a lot of use out of this one."