Spa Dreams CD
Sound is known to affect us at a deep molecular level. A healing spa is appreciated for its nourishing environment of soft sounds, healing waters and healing touch. Sound healing pioneer Dean Evenson is joined by longtime friend and harpist d’Rachael to create “Spa Dreams,” a supportive musical experience that will remind the body and soul of that place within where the source of healing lies. Also contributing to the musical mix are Dean’s wife, Dudley, on handharp and gamelon, and Soundings’ engineer, Phil Heaven, on viola. A splash of water adds the element of nature to the relaxation experience. May this soothing sound spa support you in reaching a place of inner joy and peace – Spa Dreams!
Artist: Dean Evenson & Soundings Ensemble
Dean Evenson is one of the true visionaries of the Ambient/New Age musical genre. He is a prolific musician and composer, an entrepreneur, media pioneer and the co-founder of Billboard-charting independent music label, Soundings of the Planet. At every turn, Evenson’s life has taken bold steps in new and exciting directions. The success and pioneering nature of his creative work attest to a dynamic personality and a life-long commitment to the positive evolution of life on this planet in relationship with the natural and spiritual world. Evenson’s story is that of an artist, technological innovator, broad-minded thinker–a modern-day Renaissance man.
Soundings of the Planet has produced over 60 music albums and several DVDs. Dean now videotapes documentaries and nature music videos in high definition and of course their CDs and digital downloads are available everywhere. Over the years, the Evensons have been magnets for outstanding musicians from around the world. Some of their collaborators include Hungarian born pianist and composer Tom Barabas, trance guitarist Scott Huckabay, Chinese guqin master Li Xiangting, father-son Indian sitarists The Mishras, Native American elder Cha-das-ska-dum, singing bowls master Walter Makichen, heavenly vocalist Singh Kaur, d’Rachael, harpist from Mexico, and even the Dalai Lama of Tibet.