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Tom Barabas, Dean Evenson
Genres: Jazz, New Age, Pop
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All Artists: Tom Barabas, Dean Evenson
Title: Soaring
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Soundings of Planet
Release Date: 9/18/1993
Genres: Jazz, New Age, Pop
Styles: Meditation, Adult Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 096507712720

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Maryellen Jacobson | Springfield, OH United States | 07/16/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Soaring is an incredible listening experience. Listening to this beautiful CD upon retiring for the evening has a magical way of increasing the clarity and meaning of my dreams. No other CD has had this spiritual effect! I highly recommend it to anyone needing some peace in their hectic lives!"
Soars the soul!
Michael J Harrington | Phoenix, Arizona USA | 04/14/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This very relaxing work from Evenson/Barabas is another wonder to behold from their work together. However, I must stress the fact that this is much closer to RELAXATION music than 'new age music' (although the 2 get intertwined alot). The CD that these guys did together called 'Back to the Garden' had far more musical value than this one, as beautiful and relaxing as this one, getting that off my chest...Overall, this uplifting CD will calm your soul and leave the worries of the world behind. The flute work is beautiful, and Barabas mainly contributes with electronic keyboard devices on this one (a shame, for such a great keyboardist!). Aside from my 'music critic' stuff here, this ethereal and hypnotic CD will please any fan of this genre of music, as well as Barabas and Evenson fans too. I loved it, regardless of my remarks before!"
Classic New Age Bliss
David Schwartz | CA | 11/02/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Is it real? Is it relevant? Is it empty fluff? You tell me the value of genuine relaxed and unpretentions pleasure. This album radiates simple innocent joy. It's a heart healer. Captures the moment of the early days of this genre."