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The Hush
The Hush
The Hush
Genre: New Age
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Title: The Hush
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Genre: New Age
Number of Discs: 1
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CD Reviews

Diffrent yet the best
Arnon Zisovich | Israel P-T | 10/04/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I bought it a second hand shop and i didn't realy know what i am buying when i first heard it i was amaze by the sound and the music that came out of the speakers and burst into my ears !!!!!"
This is truly one fantastic disc! Stunning and beautiful.
K. DeVore | Chicago | 03/18/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I stumbled onto this by accident and was very glad that I did. From the first song through `til the end, Hush takes you on a journey of ethereal sound. It blows me away in its beauty. Hush is a combination of the didgeridoo, sitar, tabla, keyboards and a few assorted other instruments (including I think a saz), into a beautiful array of sound. This is the kind of cd you pop into you player, lay back, and let the music help you meditate to wherever you want to go. Don't forget to add some good sandalwood or nag champa. Don't expect loud guitars or drums. This is definitely not a rock, jazz, or classical album. This could almost be a classical East Indian disc, but it has subtle differences from that genre because it mixes with non-Indian instruments. This is also not to be confused with some of the other "Hush" albums if you are trying to figure out their differences. Unlike one reviewer said, this is not the Bobby McFerrin and Yo Yo Ma version of "Hush". Yes they have a disc named "Hush", and great though those two artists are, don't be mistaken. This is not that album.

Now about the songs themselves if you still think that you are interested in this disc. Phenomenal! I can't describe them any better. If you appreciate or love the didge and East Indian sitar, then this is the disc for you. However, it's not all didge or all sitar. The disc is not exactly like Inlakesh, Trance Mission, Alan Dargin, or Ravi Shankar, but does combine the basic or root aspects of each. If you like any of the artists just mentioned, you'll probably like this disc. None of the songs here are toe-tappers where you can get up to dance. They are moody and transcending. I could write more, but I'm sure you have stuff to do. The best way to understand this disc really is to buy and listen to it. I love it!