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Breaking Through the Mist
Hennie Bekker and Dan Gibson
Breaking Through the Mist
Genre: New Age
 
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Breaking through the Mist is the second album in the Exploring Nature with Music series. Like its predecessor, Harmony, this acoustical journey unites the sounds of nature with music in a subtle balance. In Breaking throug...  more »

      
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All Artists: Hennie Bekker and Dan Gibson
Title: Breaking Through the Mist
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Solitudes
Original Release Date: 7/1/1990
Release Date: 7/1/1990
Genre: New Age
Styles: Environmental, Meditation, Relaxation, Nature
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 096741410123, 096741410147

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Breaking through the Mist is the second album in the Exploring Nature with Music series. Like its predecessor, Harmony, this acoustical journey unites the sounds of nature with music in a subtle balance. In Breaking through the Mist you will be guided into the events of the perfect day on a wilderness lake. The experience will refresh your senses with the richness of natures many voices and moods allowing you to rediscover the harmony that can exist between man and environment.

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CD Reviews

This album was great.
Robert Pease | 05/04/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album was unbelievable! It is the best new age album ever. The smooth, rolling melodies take you to a place that you can go with no other music! It's great!"
Do you have an imagination?
Robert Pease | Stanley, WI United States | 04/12/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I have had this disk for many years. I like to see if I recognize the various types of birds and animals that Dan Gibson has so faithfully recorded and set to wonderful music. Do you SEE the mist slowly drifting across the lake or woodlands and hear the echos from the deep woods?
Track 10, "Celestial Blanket" is one of my favorites from this disk. It is very easy to close your eyes and imagine that you are outdoors on warm summer's night, perhaps laying on the ground and looking up at the sky. Hear the owl, the frogs and the crickets. Do you SEE the "blanket" of the stars covering the "bed" of the world? Do you FEEL the vast immensity of the canopy of the sky, and perhaps, just perhaps, relize that we are on a tiny ball in the vastness of space? I do and all the nighttime sounds say that the animals do. The bells at the end tell me that God is in His heaven and everything is right with the world. What a wonderfully marvelous way to end the day!"