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Mountain Streams
Various Artists
Mountain Streams
Genres: New Age, Pop
 

      
   
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All Artists: Various Artists
Title: Mountain Streams
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Ent. Media Partners
Release Date: 1/12/1999
Genres: New Age, Pop
Style: Meditation
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 600838061220

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Boileau0663 | Tournai, Belgique | 01/05/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This is a 60 minute long recording of the sound of rushing water, which we are told is that of mountain streams.Several types of gurgling, babbling and splashing sounds are heard and the speed changes also. Sometimes the water falls heavily with a rumbling sound, sometimes it lights more gracefully on the rocks, producing a more pleasant sound.Birdcalls are frequent and not particularly discreet but they are not really annoying. After all, birds do sing in the vicinity of mountain streams, so this is a perfectly natural occurrence on a cd of this type. The quality of the recording is rather poor: the artists seem to have made several abrupt adjustments to the loudness and likewise the transition between the different streams is not too subtle.For the price and considering the prosaic use of such "music" I think this is a good buy. I often use it at night and I find it more soporific than the ocean cds, which have to much energy in them to be really soothing."
Very nice
James Ramsey | Lakewood, CO United States | 02/04/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"There are several varieties of streams in this CD, switched-between via a simple crossfade. Some of the streams sound more watery, while others are a bit more white-noisy. Some of the stream sounds include the sounds of birds chirping in the background. I found the whole effect to be quite pleasing and relaxing."
Unusable to Turn Off Brain, But...
James Ramsey | 11/04/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)

"I buy this stuff to turn off my brain, and the birdcalls on this CD are agony. I can't take it. They also cross-fade between a few different streams, which is a very unnatural procedure to listen to. However, of all the nature CDs I bought, I use this one, in so far as that I located a 60-second stretch of the particularly nice, burbling brook and dropped it on a CD-R 75 times, with fade in and out at the ends of the CD, and I play that on repeat. I also knock out the top 3 octaves."