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Wolf Eyes: Retrospective
Genres: World Music, Jazz, New Age, Pop
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Val W. (vmariewilson) from COTTONWOOD, CA
Reviewed on 9/27/2014...
I absolutely am happy with this CD! it is great and I can also use it to journey! amazing my six and very relaxing
Joanna K. from SILVER CITY, NM
Reviewed on 8/14/2009...
Great music, had this on tape ages ago and STILL enjoy it.
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Original deep beauty
David Alexander | Bellerose, NY USA | 12/15/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This was the first album of Paul Winter's that I purchased, and I still feel the sense of revelation it brought to me - as an amateur classical musician and professional music lover, I felt there must be modern idioms that convey the force and absolute beauty of life conveyed by the best of classical music. Almost throughout this album, the musical ideas are ORIGINAL from the heart and expressed and performed beautifully. The fact that this is a nature-centered album does not hurt at all, although I would say the expression ties most closely to the nature of humanity than to any one animal. In the sense that the deep appreciation of animals shown in this album corresponds to the same appreciation of one's own human nature, you could say there is no distinction between the two, and when carried into this tender yet strongly expressive world, it is not even necessary to think about such a distinction. Lastly, there is at times in the album a sense similar to listening to good JS Bach - the composer's intellectual enjoyment of experimenting with new sounds and ideas, while at the same time producing great music."
This music is a spiritual connection to our animal friends.
David Alexander | 11/19/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Paul WInter has put together amazing music and sounds that awakens our heart connection with our wild brothers and sisters. This is music to center with and meditate by. Whenever I am feeling disrupted, this is the music I turn to. It's jazz, it's New Age, it's spiritual. It really defies description and categorization. It's soothing and lovely, it's exciting and energizing. It's a trip to the healing waters without leaving your chair.Listen. Hear. Open your heart to the wolves, the teachers."