How often do we all wish we could stop the rush, settle down, and reflect?
Pure Relaxation is so soothing, so restful, it transports us across summer meadows to a shady haven where time moves slowly and the outside world plays no part in disturbing the peace. Llewellyn is a proven master at writing and performing music to inspire the imagination - supported here by Kevin Kendle on keyboards, Tori Donovan on Recorders, and Juliana on vocals - Pure Relaxation provides us with sublime relaxing music that cannot help but soothe and heal like the cool fresh water of our secret waterfall.
An overriding musical theme is used throughout this recording and evolved throughout and joined by recorders, flute, guitars, echoing vocals and natural sounds to leave an album that is relaxing but also uplifting.
Total Running Time: 60 minutes
1 Across the Fields
2 The Secret Waterfall
Llewellyn is a top selling and popular New Age artist and musician who has produced a wide variety of relaxing, meditative and uplifting albums over the years.
Much of Llewellyn’s work draws inspiration from his own interests, such as spirituality, healing, Celtic folklore and druids, and these influences shine through in the titles and musical content of his wide ranging albums. He composed many of the hugely popular Mind, Body and Soul Series (New World Music) that are designed especially for use with complementary therapies, such as reiki, aromatherapy, healing massage and Indian head massage.
Many of Llewellyn’s albums have received acclaim and in 2001, Journey to the Temple was voted the Favourite New Release Album in the UK and Shiatsu was voted the Favourite New Release Album in the US.
When not composing music, Llewellyn is a Crystal and Reiki Healer and studies Druid and Celtic Lore. He’s also a keen film producer and has produced several DVDs for New World Music.
His partner, Juliana, is also a musician and Llewellyn wrote and produced her well known album, Woman Wisdom. Together they perform music across the UK and often make guest appearances on albums by other well known New Age artists.
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The title for this CD is so apt. It is an hour of lovely, gentle and relaxing music. It is, it must be said, not just a flow of dreamy nothingness that is characteristic of some 'new age music'. It is a more complex development of harmony and melody that has a beginning, a middle and an end. With keyboards, recorders and vocals combined there is within this CD a tantalising atmospheric conjuring up of ideas and feelings that is sublime. It stirs the imagination as well as being able to provide the same kind of instrumental journey that comes from classical music. This CD meets several criteria. It does not try to be other-worldly but seeks to evoke the best feelings about the natural world. It tries to keep something of a structure of a developing symphony without being imprisoned by older formats. It is experimental without being weird. The big test for any CD is in its usage. Well, I have used this myself to wind down after a working day and I find it most effective. I have used it. There must be something negative that can be said about it but I have yet to find anything to say that is not positive. I simply recommend it to anyone who loves peaceful music of good quality, something that Llewellyn always manages to provide.