Medwyn Goodall's Medicine Woman 2 revisits the inspiration behind Medwyn's original and highly acclaimed Medicine Woman. The journey continues with a new album that echoes a land where storms have passed with the gift of new life. Through Medwyn's music the Goddess shares her powers with us, evoking the Emerald's power and restoring the Earth to purity. Medwyn provides us with a beautiful and intimate performance on Spanish Guitar, Bamboo Flute, Mandolin, authentic South American drums and a host of other instruments. Recorded in Medwyn's own studio, Medicine Woman 2 takes Medwyn's music to new heights.
Total Running Time: 56 minutes
1 Celebration (6.43)
2 Invocation, part 2 (5.46)
3 Jungle Heart (5.43)
4 Orchid Potion (5.24)
5 The Gift (6.24)
6 Talking to the Sun (5.24)
7 Sacred Ground (4.56)
8 After the Rains (5.31)
9 Emerald - Mayan Relic (7.00)
10 The Gift - Single version (3.33)
About Medwyn Goodall
Medwyn Goodall is one of the leading lights and success stories in the New Age music scene.
He learnt to play music as a child and is believed to have been encouraged to pursue a music career after meeting pop star, Cliff Richard. Medwyn plays multiple instruments (guitar, piano, harp, flute, panpipes, synthesizer, drums and more) and has composed and recorded a wide repertoire of music, amassing nearly four million album sales worldwide so far.
Medwyn draws his inspiration from nature, ancient mysteries and cultures and composes haunting melodic instrumental music. His album Earth Healer was voted the leading instrumental album of 1992 and several albums reached Gold album status. In particular, Medicine Woman won Gold, Platinum and the Best Album Ever awards in 2002 for selling over 450,000 copies.
In 2003, Medwyn launched his own New Age record label, MG Music, and has realised his dream of helping many established and new artists to release albums.
As well as releasing many albums under his own name, Medwyn also uses the alias Midori to record music with more of an ethnic, eastern and healing slant.
Medwyn was born in Yorkshire and now lives in rural Cornwall with his wife, Wendy. He continues to compose and record his music from the comfort of his private studio.
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A gentle, reflective, evocative CD will always draw me in and allow my mind to be creative. In order for this to happen there has to be more than just a musical “drift along.” Medwyn Goodall has lots of experience in producing an exotic atmosphere without losing the sense of movement that is a characteristic of western music. Goodall has always managed to harmonise that exotic feel with something that is also familiar and this CD is an excellent example of how this can be done. It does conjure up in the mind something beautifully alien but also each track has a clearly discernable character with a flavour all of its own. Goodall’s use of so many instruments, such as guitar, flute, mandolin, drums, is not only impressive but brings a diversity of sounds that creates a kaleidoscopic trip to another land, a beautiful land. Medicine Woman I would have been sufficient, one would think, in visiting this theme and it would be hard to devise a “sequel.” Goodall has produced one that has all the uniqueness of the original and this CD is a great complement to the first one. Wind down, get comfortable, and enjoy a really gentle and relaxing experience.