Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Jazz, New Age, Pop, Rock
Synthesist John Serrie creates an enchanting electronic landscape of cosmic ambience under which the flute work of John Winter Hawk Johnson sings and soars. Serrie masterfully conjures the setting of a Native mystical univ... more »
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Synthesist John Serrie creates an enchanting electronic landscape of cosmic ambience under which the flute work of John Winter Hawk Johnson sings and soars. Serrie masterfully conjures the setting of a Native mystical universe while such guests as Tom Walks in Dreams Goodman and others chant and speak the languages of their ancestors. The effect is soothing and wondrous: shakers jangle in and out of swaths of synth while deep full accent drums beat on and timeless voices whisper across the starry sky. Though Native purists may find the programming of Serrie a little too precious, Serrie fans and those interested in ambient or space music will find spiritual solace in his expansive take on traditional Native American music. --Karen K. Hugg
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nyrube | Culver City, CA USA | 08/19/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I first heard Jonn on a collection of Native American music. I had to buy this CD for the musical content. I was not disappointed by this or his other wonderful CD's. If you can feel music in your soul and have it lift you, then this is for you. Jonn will give you strength and balance.Meditate, soul search, or just listen to this fine CD and you will be sold on Jonn's deep routed talents."
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Mark | Phoenix, Arizona | 08/19/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I would have been more prepared for this c.d. if I had first gotten my expectations out of the way. "Wind Walker", the third track, was the only piece that immediately appealed to me with its rich, upbeat nature and keyboard dominant melody. Otherwise, I was extremely disappointed with the Native American themed c.d. at first. It wasn't until after several listenings that I was able to begin to appreciate the rest of the c.d. Now I am able to listen to the c.d for what it is without wishing for the "old" Jonn Serrie. Anyway, I'm sure the "old" Jonn Serrie will be back in due time."