Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Henry Wolff & Nancy Hennings|
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, World Music, New Age, Pop
This album is a digital re-mastering of the original Tibetan Bells released in London, England 1972, the legendary "underground classic". A milestone recording event, this superb state-of-the-art CD makes available for the... more »
This album is a digital re-mastering of the original Tibetan Bells released in London, England 1972, the legendary "underground classic". A milestone recording event, this superb state-of-the-art CD makes available for the first time the full wealth of sound captured by the 1972 studio master tapes. For, it is a surprising fact that this premier of the celebrated Tibetan Bells series that grew in time to the world-celbrated cycle, has never unitl now appeared in a format other than the outmoded vinyl LP. That shortcoming is made good at last by this present Tibetan Bells millenium album. Not quite a new recording, but far more thant the "old", this brilliantly re-mastered CD restores the pristine textures and the unheardshades of an elusive music living on the remote edge of the audible. Thus after a quarter century and more there is now obtainable the single record long famed for defining the music now known as "New Age" -- the soundscape of a re-invented consciousness.
Reflect your mood
Lena, LMT | Nassau, NY | 07/01/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I have been using them for my sessions, but be warned that if you are in a middle to negative mood, it will seem scary/dark to you. If you're in a very positive mood, even the sharpness of the metal bells will not seem too loud and you will fall into a very deep trance. My clients agreed, so I put the CD last when we're already in a positive mood."
Loud clashing drum sounds ruin the bells
*** | USA | 06/01/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Years ago I used the original of this work for meditation.
This remastering ruins the original and in my opinion is totally unsuitable for meditation. Try Tibetan Bowls instead.
The item was returned for resale."
Jeffrey Michael Tarleton | berlin | 06/05/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"i got this in 1977 on vinyl.
the cd version kills your ears as the sound is so pure.
i literally cant listen to it.
i recommend the vinyl if you can find it. the pops are cool with it, and far better mastering than todays aluminium baked crap.
or, bung it to cassette to warm it up.
its great but too bad about not having the original artwork. this is cheezy.
P.S. the ones after this are not nearly as good!"