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The Sky of Mind
Ray Lynch
The Sky of Mind
Track listing: 1. Quandra 2. Good News 3. The Temple 4. Too Wounded 5. Pavane 6. Green Is Here.


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All Artists: Ray Lynch
Title: The Sky of Mind
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 2
Label: Music-West
Original Release Date: 1/1/1983
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 010573010122


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Track listing: 1. Quandra 2. Good News 3. The Temple 4. Too Wounded 5. Pavane 6. Green Is Here.

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Joshua B. (littleborge) from ATHENS, GA
Reviewed on 4/28/2021...
Sometimes your parents are right. It's not easy to say that and there's no way they don't co-sign on this idea. Sometimes the people who adhere to things such as "spiritual teachings" or "gurus" happen to be right about keeping the focus on what matters. Words like spirit, transcendence, centered are triggering for a great number of people. But if you ignore everything about the lifestyle associated with this music and listen to it with no prejudgement you will mostly likely walk away a little happier. This is most definitely "your parents' new age music." But sometimes your weird hippy uncle from Ojai is spot on. And we all have to stop and acknowledge that the youngs out there in your Portlands, your Austins, your Bushwicks...they are just as kooky as your kooky uncle from Albuquerque with his energy stones. Where do you think the phrase "feel all the feels" comes from? Stuff like this. Ray Lynch is both a great composer and a cheeseball synth wunderkind. He CAN be both and this album can be both a guilty pleasure and also a relaxing trip inward...some time to check in with YOU. People can appreciate Botch and Debussy. That's the beauty of life. You can enjoy Erik Satie and Lil Nas X. I wouldn't suggest a playlist of strictly Cannibal Corpse and Jorge Ben...but when you open yourself to a new world you are saying to the planet and your consciousness "I will advance myself and I will embrace the unknown and this will make me better."
In other words, don't yuck other peoples' yums