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Instrumental Paradise Volume 8
~ Mehdi
- New
Price: $15.95 Rating: 5.0 out of 5 stars
Original Release Date: 2007

-LA Magazine
"A Rich Paradise of Sheer Audio Bliss"

Instrumental Escape Volume 5
~ Mehdi
Price: $15.95 Rating: 5.0 out of 5 stars
Original Release Date: 2002

-Los Angeles Times
"Fans of really beautiful music should definitely check this one out"


Instrumental Heaven Volume 7
~ Mehdi
Price: $15.95 Rating:
5.0 out of 5 stars
Original Release Date: 2005

-The New York Times
"Hauntingly beautiful"
Christmas Treasures
~ Mehdi
Price: $15.95 Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Original Release Date: 2000

-DMX Radio

"One of the best Christmas CDs ever"
Instrumental Evolution Volume 6
~ Mehdi
Price: $15.95 Rating:
5.0 out of 5 stars
Original Release Date: 2003

"Transports the listener on a breathtaking odyssey of the mind, body and soul"
Instrumental Dream Volume 1
~ Mehdi
Price: $15.95 Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars
Original Release Date:1997

-NAV Magazine
" Top notch music from the heart, the album title (Instrumental Dream) says it all"
Passion – Soothing Music Sampler 1
~ Various Artists
Price: $15.95 Rating: 5.0 out of 5 stars
Original Release Date: 2005

- Midwest Record Recap
"Beautiful And Special Instrumental Works"

Instrumental Odyssey Volume 2 
~ Mehdi
Price: $15.95
Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars 
Original Release Date:1998

"Close your eyes and let Mehdi's music take you to a state of elated bliss, his music is refreshing and truly alive"

Instrumental Imagery Volume 3
~ Mehdi
Price: $15.95
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 stars
Original Release Date: 2000

-Universal Studios
"Music that sounds the way life should feel" 

Christmas Treasures II
~ Mehdi
Price: $15.95 Rating:
4.9 out of 5 stars
Original Release Date: 2005

"Will Have You Smiling From Ear to Ear"

Instrumental Fantasy Volume 4 
~ Mehdi
Price: $15.95 Rating: 5.0 out of 5 stars
Original Release Date: 2001

-MTS Music
"Absolutely magical music, Fantasy uplifts the spirit as it caresses the heart"

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~ Yanni Rating:
Release Date: March 1, 1994

"Yanni strikes incendiary sparks with the driving, celebratory quality of his music."

Close To You
~ Aldo Rating:4.8 out of 5 stars
Release Date: September 1, 2003

"A Rich blend of acoustic and nylon string guitars Placed In Lush Arrangements".

Embracing the Wind
~ Kevin Kern Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date: April 3, 2001

"Kevin's Kern's fifth album, Embracing the Wind, is a collection of inspired emotional themes."


~ Yanni Rating:

Release Date: February 11, 2003

"Ethnicity finds Yanni exploring familiar thematic territory in search of fresh musical ideas."

Songs from a Secret Garden
~ Secret Garden Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date: April 16, 1996

" Secret Garden, The popular twosome--Irish violinist Fionnuala Sherry and Norwegian pianist/keyboardist Rolf Lovland--have attracted a sizable following."


A Day Without Rain
~ Enya Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date:November 21, 2000

"A Day Without Rain, Enya's fourth release since her 1988 breakthrough, Watermark, establishes new artistic heights for the gifted Irish vocalist."


Across an Ocean of Dreams
~ 2002 Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date: January 22, 2002

"2002 aspires to a quiet classical grandeur, but at a sluggish pace that makes Yanni sound as if he's on an adrenaline high."
Finding Paradise
~ David Lanz Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date:January 29, 2002

"Pianist David Lanz once joked that his melodic, soul-searching music could be categorized as "New-and-improved Age."

State Of Grace
~ Paul Schwartz Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date: October 10, 2000

"Producer and composer Paul Schwartz thanks many people on State of Grace which benefits from the less oppressive rhythmic regimentation, letting these soaring melodies ring out."


Josh Groban
~Josh Groban Rating: Price: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date: November 20, 2001

"Josh Groban was just 17 when veteran producer-writer David Foster tapped him to fill in for Andrea Bocelli at rehearsals for the 1999 Grammys."


The Lord of the Rings
~ Various Artists Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date: November 20, 2001

"Score composer Howard Shore has informed this first installment of the Lord of the Rings trilogy with his distinctly modern sensibilities."

Love Songs & Lullabies
~ Jim Brickman Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date:August 6, 2002

"Jim Brickman is working at a high level throughout Love Songs and Lullabies, shading his solo compositions with moods that shift subtly from reverence to romance"

The Visit
~Loreena Mckennitt Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date: April 14, 1992

"Mixing a variety of styles with a Celtic base, this was Loreena McKennitt's breakthrough album and remains one of her most musically interesting."

~Cirque Du Soleil Rating:4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date: January 7, 2003

"If Quebec-based Cirque Du Soleil has triumphed by shrewdly goosing international circus traditions and style with an American sense of theatrical scale and marketing flair, the adventurous musical scores of its dazzling productions have always been a crucial part of the mix."


December, Piano Solos
~ George Winston Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date: October 16, 2001

"A quintessential example of George Winston's "folk piano" style, December speaks to the spirit of the season."

Pure Moods
~ Various artists A Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date: April 29, 1997

"New Age music, ambient electronica, and spiritualized hip-hop received their first major, K-Tel-like treatment in 1996 when Virgin Records assembled Pure Moods."

~Andrea Bocelli Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date: November 5, 2002

"Andrea Bocelli, Sentimento is for romantics of all ages and persuasions--and one that gratifyingly demonstrates that crossing over is hardly the same as selling out."

Canyon Trilogy
~ R. Carlos Nakai Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date: March 4, 1993

"R. Carlos Nakai's free improvisations on this album are based on his impressions of the Anasazi and Sinagua sites."


Guitar Greats
~ Various Artists Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date: July 25, 2000

"Guitar Greats: The Best of New Flamenco shares the floor with other compilations of contemporary artists working in the tradition."

~ Govi Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date: March 12, 2002

"Guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Govi strives for a pop-friendly Latin guitar brew that stirs in subtle musical flavors."


Lost In Paradise
~ Armik Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date: August 20, 2002

"There's no mystery to the appeal of Armik's sun-warmed, note- dense excursions on guitar."

Liquid Mind VI: Spirit Rating: N/R
Release Date: March 11, 2003

"Liquid Mind VI: Spirit, by Chuck Wild is the sixth in Liquid Mind’s tranquil series of deep relaxation music, ideal for Yoga, massage and meditation."


A Thousand Summers
~ Tim Janis Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Release Date: June 11, 2002

"The world captured in the neoclassical mini-epics of pianist-composer Tim Janis is an idyllic place bursting with chest-swelling grandeur."

New Age Music Made Simple

During the 1970's a new international musical movement began to emerge. Always unfocused and multi-directional, it had never had a clear identity. In 1986 it reached critical mass commercially, and the record industry settled on a name — New Age music.

In the early days, when New Age was just one of many references that were floating around to describe the nascent genre, listeners, reviewers, and even the musicians creating it were unclear about the meaning of the term, since a wide variety of contemporary, experimental, and traditional styles were swept together under the New Age umbrella.

As a description of grass roots spiritual movements the term "New Age" has been around at least since the neo-spiritualist movements of the late 19th century. It is here that the genre found its original audience and probably its dubious reputation for intellectual rigor.

The idea that society is about to enter a New Age is a provocative vision that has energized the hearts and minds of progressive people for many generations. Aided by the astrological popularizers, we remember how quickly society accepted the idea of the "Age of Aquarius" in the Sixties. How and why music serves as an expression of this vision is the question here, but the connection is not all that obvious. To understand the role that this music plays in our culture, we really need to know something about the underlying psychological forces acting on both the musicians and the audience.

In his 1981 book Through Music to the Self (Vega Books; ISBN: 1843332086; June 2002) German composer Peter Michael Hamel wrote of "a new auditory consciousness, capable of being applied to all today's varieties of music -- whether Classical, Pop, Jazz, Avant-Garde..." Because the contemporary listener now has the entire panorama of the world's music available through recordings, the application of this new consciousness to the music coming down through the ages has reconnected us with certain psychic and emotional experiences which have not been dated by the passage of time, but remain relevant. The extraordinary popularity of pieces like the Pachelbel "Canon in D" is perhaps the best example of this, although entire musical genres such as the Gregorian chants of medieval Europe, as well as traditional Japanese classical music, Balinese gamelan, and other types of what is now called World Music have come to the surface and enjoy renewed attention, especially among New Age listeners.

Certainly a new auditory consciousness would be expected to create new musical forms. Although the deepest roots of New Age music are planted in some of the very oldest forms of music, there are several aspects which deserve to be called new. In the categories which follow, I've attempted to create a perspective for understanding both the basic motivation and the psychological characteristics of most of the music which is being called New Age. The descriptions are in terms of the sound imagery, the content, and the overall experience of the music.

I acknowledge both the distaste for categories among many listeners as well as the inherent problems of categorizing music. Categories that are broad enough to include an entire era or dimension of musical style or meaning are often of little descriptive value; on the other hand, those which are too specific give no insight into the overall musical direction of which the particular piece is an example. The situation is further confused by the fact that categories may be organized by historical epochs (Baroque), by musical form (symphonic), by the means of production (electronic), etc.

Also consider that the categories below describe the pure form of each type of music. Many, perhaps a majority, of individual works will fall somewhere between two categories or share the characteristics of several. Still, in many years of living with this framework and testing it against new material being released, I have found very few exceptions.

Space And Travel Music:
Celestial, Cosmic, & Terrestrial

This New Age sub-category has the effect of outward psychological expansion. Celestial or cosmic music removes listeners from their ordinary acoustical surroundings by creating stereo sound images of vast, virtually dimensionless spatial environments. In a word — spacey.

Rhythmic or tonal movements animate the experience of flying, floating, cruising, gliding, or hovering within the auditory space. Terrestrial spacemusic employs natural outdoor ambiences — sounds of water, birds, insects, thunder, etc. In either case, the major effect of this music is to take the listener out of their body or at least out of their normal sound environment. In a related hardware development, the Walkman personal stereo phenomenon created a visible class of "audio-isolated" individuals who express their criticism of the environment by effectively removing themselves from it sonically, and to some degree, psychologically.

Innerspace, Meditative, and Transcendental

This music promotes a psychological movement inward. It has been precisely described by Peter Michael Hamel as "a contemplative music...which is itself capable of being a vehicle, energy-form and magic force for spiritual self absorption, which works by virtue of its own inner laws, as soon as the listener learns how to open himself totally to it. It carries him away — to himself."

Transcendental innerspace music attempts to convey the listener inward and upward to higher planes of consciousness, and is often spoken of as "uplifting." Continuous drones or slowly changing, endlessly repeated rhythmic structures (also popular in so-called Minimalist music, although the composers only talk about the technical characteristics of their work) as well as overall ascending or descending tonal movements are common characteristics of this subcategory.

Cross-Cultural Fusions

Cross-cultural fusions have been happening for centuries through the medium of travel, as musicians have moved around the planet. However, 20th century radio and recording technologies stimulated an exponential acceleration of the process. The New Age music audience has been especially receptive to this trend, welcoming the opportunity to extend their psychological experience beyond western cultural paradigms and immerse themselves in the musical ideas and emotions of other worlds. Modified or derived forms are usually more popular than the ethnic originals, but this is not exclusive to the New Age field. From pop to classical, cross-cultural influences are an important aspect of virtually all areas of progressive contemporary music.

New Age Religious And Gospel

Though not as commercially successful as New Age instrumental music, this category includes any vocal music regardless of style, whose lyrics contain messages about spiritual beliefs or belief systems. The impulse to share or broadcast one's belief system to others — be it religious, spiritual, or philosophical — appears to be very deeply ingrained in human nature, and New Age gospel in its purest form conveys the belief that we are entering a new era for humanity. This is an extension of the ancient use of music as a medium for the communication of important cultural myths. At its best, such music can create a context for dramatic internal experiences as the ideas expressed by the lyrics are amplified by the emotional power of the music. Religious and gospel music of all kinds, as well as New Age vocal music, continue this tradition, stimulating the full gamut of emotional intensities from lightly sentimental through cathartic to overwhelming.

The Big Picture

Listeners with an analytical bent will naturally ask why should there be a contemporary resurgence of music directed toward relaxation, psychological expansion, inner experience, and statements about metaphysical and religious beliefs? Granting that questions like these cannot be given definitive answers, the following observations may be helpful.

Stress: The constantly accelerating pace of urban life since the 1940's, driven by technological advances in communications and accompanied by increasing levels of daytime noise "pollution" and other distractions with an irritating effect on our sensibilities, have increased the need for a soothing, masking, slow-paced sonic reference. Of course, "Easy Listening" and "Beautiful Music" FM stations as well as the infamous Muzak did just this for years and succeeded in captivating large audiences in the over 60 age group. Amazingly, as late as the 1970's, so-called Beautiful Music was the most successful syndicated radio format, and there were more stations broadcasting such music in the U.S. than rock or pop.

But the programming of such stations and background services is based mainly on "sweetened" instrumental reworkings of popular songs. This approach, which apparently satisfies many older people in their search for a comforting, undemanding nostalgia, is generally alienating to the middle age audience, who prefer the more intense and artistically significant original versions (thus the "Golden Oldies" radio formats of the early 1980's) and is incomprehensible to the young, who have no tie to the original songs and whose biosystems have not yet succumbed to the effects of self-administered overstimulation.

With pop and rock presumably serving the needs of most of the 13 to 28 year old audience, a gap existed in music programming for the more sensitive members of the 28 to 50 year age group which was not being addressed by any of the existing radio music formats. It is this age group in which stress-related diseases are most pervasive and problematic. More or less by default, a portion of the jazz and classical repertoire was called into service for these listeners, but what was really needed was a contemporary music which is physically relaxing, yet not emotionally trivial or devoid of significant cultural meaning. This is the need that the quieter forms of New Age music are attempting to fill. That it should have existed in commercial broadcasting is remarkable, since this is the demographic bracket which is most desirable to advertisers, but even in the 90's radio exposure for this music was almost exclusively on non-commercial stations.

Personal Development: Many aspects of today's culture have played a role in supporting the use of music to influence awareness. Drugs, meditation practices, psychological approaches to inner work, and new religions have all contributed to the process. Individual taste in music is inherently related to, and may play a part in, psychological growth.

When used for this purpose music acts as a nonverbal language for conveying the experience of a virtually unlimited range of psychic and emotional states. Conscious involvement with challenging musical or sonic experiences can be a powerful method for accelerating personal development. Although the lowest quality New Age music has deservedly been criticized as "yuppie muzak", the best of the genre invites substantial commitment and concentration from the listener, falling into the realms normally associated with serious listening.

But as Peter Michael Hamel points out, it is really not the same kind of listening that one applies to classical, jazz, ethnic, or other established types of music. The attention is both personal and "holistic" — an awareness of individual emotional response as well as the quality of the enveloping ambience being created. This music is experienced primarily as a continuum of spatial imagery and emotion, rather than as thematic musical relationships, compositional ideas, or performance values.

Perhaps the current cross-cultural and trans-temporal melange of musical directions is one emerging form of the global language whose arrival has long been predicted by cultural visionaries. Composer Jon Hassell calls it "Fourth World Music: classical by structure, popular by textural appeal, global minded."


Soothing Music Specializes in New Age Music as well as other Soothing Contemporary Instrumental Music and Orchestral New Age Music. This Relaxing Music will leave you comfortably at peace and Soothing Music Guarantees that all of it’s New Age Music CDs will be of only the very best quality. This is the perfect Background Music for the car home or office and Soothing Music only lists the most popular New Age Artists.

Soothing Music is the official web site for the multi-instrumentalist

~ Mehdi who composes Beautiful Instrumental Music and currently has the following albums:

~ Mehdi Instrumental Dream Volume One

~ Mehdi Instrumental Odyssey Volume Two

~ Mehdi Instrumental Imagery Volume Three

~ Mehdi Instrumental Fantasy Volume Four

~ Mehdi Instrumental Escape Volume Five

~ Mehdi Instrumental Evolution Volume Six

~ Mehdi Instrumental Heaven Volume Seven

~ Mehdi Christmas Treasures

These CDs Make Great Background Music and in some cases Great Film Music. Due to the highly visual quality.Many Film Makers have requested Mehdi’s works for feature films.

Soothing Music works in association with to also bring you the following artists. ~ Yanni with CDs Such as:

~ Yanni Ethnicity

~ Yanni Live at the Acropolis

~ Yanni Reflections Of Passion

~ Yanni In My Time

~ Yanni Tribute

~ Yanni Love Songs

~ Yanni The Very Best Of Yanni

~ Yanni Ultimate Yanni

~ Yanni Dare To Dream

~ Yanni In Celebration Of Life

~ Yanni Night Bird

~ Yanni Optimystique

~ Yanni Chameleon Days

~ Yanni Paths On Water

~ Yanni In The Mirror

~ Yanni Keys To Imagination

~ Yanni Snowfall and

~ Yanni Winter Light.

These CDs Make Great Background Music and in some cases Great Film Music Or Movie Music.

Also Great New Age Music from ~Enya with her Soothing Music CDs like

~ Enya A Day Without Rain

~ Enya Watermark

~ Enya Paint The Sky With Stars

~ Enya The Best Of Enya

~ Enya Shepard Moons

~ Enya The Celts

~ Enya The Memory Of Trees

~ Enya Only Time

~ Enya May It Be

These CDs Make Great Background Music and in some cases Great Film Music Or Movie Music.

Wonderful Piano Music From ~ David Lanz with Great Instrumental Music CDS such as

~ David Lanz Finding Paradise

~ David Lanz Christofori’s Dream

~ David Lanz Beloved a David Lanz Collection.

These CDs Make Great Background Music and in some cases Great Film Music Or Movie Music.

Great Piano Music From ~ Jim Brickman with Great Instrumental Music CDs such as:

~ Jim Brickman By Heart Piano Solos

~ Jim Brickman Destiny

~ Jim Brickman Simple Things

~ Jim Brickman Peace

~ Jim Brickman Picture This

~ Jim Brickman My Romance

~Jim Brickman an evening with Jim Brickman.

These CDs Make Great Background Music and in some cases Great Film Music Or Movie Music.

Solo Piano Music From ~ George Winston with Great Instrumental Music CDs such as:

~ George Winston December Piano Solos

~ George Winston Winter Into Spring

~ George Winston Autmn

~ George Winston Summer

~ George Winston Forest

~ George Winston Plains.

~ George Winston CDs Make Great Background Music and in some cases Great Film Music Or Movie Music.

Celtic New Age Music From Loreena Mckinnett with Relaxing Music CDs Like:

~ Loreena Mckinnett The Book Of Secrets

~ Loreena Mckinnett The Mask And The Mirror

~ Loreena Mckinnett The Visit

~ Loreena Mckinnett Live In Paris & Toronto Live

~ Loreena Mckinnett To Drive The Cold Winter Away

~ Loreena Mckinnett A Winter Garden

~ Loreena Mckinnett Elemental

~ Loreena Mckinnett Parallel Dreams

~ Loreena Mckinnett Mummer’s Dance

~ Loreena Mckinnett The Visit

~ Loreena Mckinnett CDs Make Great Background Music and in some cases Great Film Music Or Movie Music.

Celtic New Age Music From ~ Secret Garden with Relaxing Music CDs Like:

~ Secret Garden Songs From A Secret Garden

~ Secret Garden The Secret Garden

~ Secret Garden Once In A Red Moon

~ Secret Garden Dream Catcher

~ Secret Garden White Stones

~ Secret Garden Dawn Of A New Century

~ Secret Garden You Raise Me Up

~ Secret Garden CDs Make Great Background Music and in some cases Great Film Music Or Movie Music.

Contemporary Instrumental Music From ~ Keiko Matsui with Relaxing Smooth Jazz Music CDs Like:

~ Keiko Matsui Wild Flower

~ Keiko Matsui Piano

~ Keiko Matsui White Owl

~ Keiko Matsui Deep Blue

~ Keiko Matsui Ring

~ Keiko Matsui Whisper From The Mirror

~ Keiko Matsui Dream Walk

~ Keiko Matsui CDs Make Great Background Music and in some cases Great Film Music Or Movie Music.

Contemporary Opera Music From ~ Josh Groban with Passionate Music CDs Like:

~ Josh Groban Closer

~ Josh Groban Josh Groban

~ Josh Groban Josh Groban In Concert Live DVD

~ Josh Groban Closer Includes Bonus DVD

~ Josh Groban CDs Make Great Background Music and in some cases Great Film Music Or Movie Music.

Contemporary Opera Music From ~Andrea Bocelli with Relaxing Music CDs Like:


~Andrea Bocelli Romanza

~Andrea Bocelli Cieli Di Toscana

~Andrea Bocelli Sogno

~Andrea Bocelli Sacred Arias

~Andrea Bocelli Sentimento

~Andrea Bocelli Viaggio Italiano

~Andrea Bocelli Andrea Bocelli The Opera Album

~Andrea Bocelli Puccini Tosca

~Andrea Bocelli CDs Make Great Background Music and in some cases Great Film Music Or Movie Music.

Captivating New Age Music from the ~ The Lord of the Rings

~ The Lord of the Rings The Return Of The King

~ The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship Of The Ring

~ The Lord of the Rings The Two Towers

~ The Lord of the Rings CDs Make Great Background Music and definitely Great Film Music Or Movie Music.

Stress Free Music and Music Therapy by ~ Steven Halpern With Healing Music CDs Like:

~ Steven Halpern Inner Peace

~ Steven Halpern Ocean Suite

~ Steven Halpern Chakra Suite

~ Steven Halpern Sleep Soundly

~ Steven Halpern Effortless Relaxation

~ Steven Halpern Enhancing Self Esteem

~ Steven Halpern Serenity Suite

~ Steven Halpern Attracting Prosperity

~ Steven Halpern Letting Go Of Stress

~ Steven Halpern Music For Sound Healing

These CDs Make Great Background Music and in some cases Great Film Music Or Movie Music.

Orchestral Instrumental Music From ~Tim Janis With Relaxing Music CDs Like:

~Tim Janis Beautiful America

~Tim Janis Flowers In October

~Tim Janis Christmas

~Tim Janis A Thousand Summers

~Tim Janis Waters Edge

~Tim Janis Along The Shore Of Acadia

~Tim Janis Tim Janis An American Composer Live

~Tim Janis Etain

~Tim Janis CDs Make Great Background Music and definitely Great Film Music Or Movie Music.

Other artists include Kevin Kern, Kitaro, Cirque Du Soleil, Armik, Govi, Mood Music like Pure Moods, Relaxing Music like Carlos Nakai, Ottmar Leibert, Enigma, Delerium, Amethystium, Paul Schwartz. The Following are just a few of the genres that fall into this category. Massage Music, Serenity Music, Healing Music, Amethystium, Mood Music, Pure Moods, Meditation Music, Ambient Music, World Music, Smooth Jazz, Peace, Serenity,Tranqulity, No Stress, Reducing Stress, Piano Music, Guitar Music, Cello Music, Flute Music, Violin Music, Romantic Music, Passionate Music, Sleep Music, Music For Sleep, Natural Music, Real Music, Neo Classical Music, Uplifting Music, Rejuvenation Music, Relax and Unwind Music. Great Movie Music or Film Music Composers include Howard Shore, James Horner, Hans Zimmer, Mars Lazar, John Debney .

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