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Delta Sleep System, Dr. Jeffrey D. Thompson Play samples on, read reviews and purchase!”I highly recommend this sleep system to anyone who has sleeping troubles, lives in a noisy area, or just wants to get better quality sleep. It lulls you into the deep delta brain wave state for deep, restful sleep. Enhance your result by breathing in the pure essential oils, Chamomile or Vetiver just before sleep. Sweet Dreams!”

“Dr. Jeffrey Thompson’s pioneering work with thousands of patients has led to groundbreaking discoveries in how sound frequency patterns built into musical soundtracks induce brainwave entrainment. Dr. Thompson’s audio programs are currently being used by psychotherapists, hypnotherapists, MD’s chiropractors, and bodywork professionals worldwide

There are several stages of sleep which people pass through in the course of a good restful night. In each stage our sleep gets deeper, our bodies gets more relaxed and our brainwave patterns slow down. The deepest and most rejuvenating levels of sleep are associated with Delta brainwave patterns.

Delta sleep is the most physically relaxed stage of sleep and is the time when the body recuperates and rebalances itself for the new day. Getting enough sleep, but more specifically enough Delta Sleep, is essential for healthy, productive living.

Dr. Jeffrey Thompson’s breakthrough audio techniques, developed over 20 years of clinical research, are proven to increase levels of Delta brainwave activity. He has helped thousands of people to achieve regular, restful, revitalizing sleep.

How This Program Can Work For You: Play Delta Sleep System on any ordinary stereo or through headphones. Pulses of sound embedded into an ambient musical soundtrack, combining rich orchestration and “3-dimensional” sounds of nature will coax your own brainwaves toward their natural pattern of deep Delta Sleep.

In the enclosed notes you will learn: About the natural cycles of sleep and how they effect you How to use Delta Sleep System to fall asleep, stay asleep and wake up rejuvenated and Special relaxation techniques which you can use to enhance your experience.”

Echoes of Nature: Rainforest, Various Artists Play samples on, read reviews and purchase!”I own several Rainforest CD’s and I love their relaxing rain sounds. This one by far is my favorite! It has three tracks, “Tropical Rain,” perfect for promoting restful sleep. I enjoy its soft, soothing sounds like rain falling on leaves, “Jungle River” sounds like a waterfall and is very lulling to the senses, and “Birdsong” which is calm and relaxing. This is an environmental CD with NO music on the tracks, just the pure relaxing sounds of nature. Great for relaxing or for falling asleep.”

Summer Rain, Day on Cape Cod Play samples on, read reviews and purchase!”Summer Rain….experienced through the open screens; peaceful.”

“This is a favorite CD for many who need help falling asleep, no matter how stressful the work “day” has been. “A Day on Cape Cod: Summer Rain” does not have the sounds of thunder that some of the other rain recordings have, which can be a plus for many people. You’ll want to curl up in your warm snugly bed and fall asleep to the sound of rain falling on a summer’s evening.”

For each purchase in the A Day On Cape Cod series of the Atmosphere Collection, a donation will be made to The Nature Conservancy.

Songbirds at Sunrise, Dan Gibson, John Herbermann Play samples on, read reviews and purchase!”A gentle awakening indeed – bird lovers will love this sensitive portrayal of the arrival of a new day and the sounds that define it.” ~ A. Burgess

Follow the rising sun across North America and delight in the natural awakening of a new day. As the dew sparkles in the first sunlight, a chorus of songbirds celebrates the glory of this musical dawn.

“A wonderful assortment of soothing birdsongs. From the first track to the last this CD is incredibly soothing and peaceful. Listen to it whenever you want to relax into a peaceful mood, or to invite tranquil sleep. I highly recommend this CD as a comforting back drop to your day or evening, or whenever you’d like to experience a serene state of mind.”

Echoes of Nature: Morning Songbirds, Various Artists Play samples on, read reviews and purchase!”Enjoy natural sounds from the wild on this CD from birds and surf to rain, wind and babbling brooks. Each of the seven tracks will soothe your soul and refresh your body and mind. Young children especially enjoy the sounds of nature at naptime and bedtime as it lulls them to sleep. This CD is pure nature sounds at its best!

Winter into Spring, George Winston Play samples on, read reviews and purchase!”Poetry for piano, the music of George Winston plays like a lyrical soundtrack to the natural world of rhythms, and nowhere is this more brilliantly enacted than on his third album, Winter into Spring. There are wonderful and beautiful melodies here, but what’s more amazing is Winston’s intense inspiration that flows from his heart straight to the keys. His simple technique brings any listener with an artist’s soul to experience the most tender feelings. Full of emotion and light, he urgently rolls through songs like aspen leaves fluttering in the wind. From the first sparse, tinkling notes of “January Stars,” Winston pulls you into his solitary dreamscape and doesn’t let you go until the CD’s end. During “January Stars” it’s hard not to imagine standing in crunchy snow while staring up at stars glittering in a black, expansive sky. Another standout, the 10-minute “Rain,” may be the most archetypal of Winston pieces. Beginning with serene, deliberate melodies, the piece jumps into a chiming complexity that grows until the listener is drenched in streams of rushing-watery notes. It’s fitting that Winston named his album as a transition in season as the music takes you across and beyond the moment of listening to it. A masterpiece.” ~ Karen Karleski

Summer, George Winston Play samples on, read reviews and purchase!”George Winston has the unique ability to play bright, uplifting, yet stingingly melancholy piano, and Summer is one of the best examples of his fine work around. Somewhere between the ambient-style tone poems of Winter into Spring and the melodious charm of Autumn, Summer dances brightly, evoking images of relaxing under a tree or children playing in a field. Highlights are many and include Winston’s “Lullaby,” full of melody and lyrical tension; “Hummingbird,” with its whirling repetitive structure, reflecting the vibrant dimension of nature during the summer season; and the fun, rambling “Corrina, Corrina.” In short, this is another album of what Winston does best–underscoring the poetic moments of life through poignant, beautiful music.” ~Karen Karleski

“I’ve loved the music of Winston’s, “Summer,” for many, many years. It is by far the warmest collection of George Winston arrangements I’ve ever listened to and perhaps the best CD to start with if you’re a new fan of his – you won’t be disappointed. A definite favorite of mine and an outstanding album in the genre of new age music.” ~KG Stiles

Celtic Spirit, Various Artists Play samples on, read reviews and purchase!”This collection of music takes you to another time and place. It is an outstanding collection and a truly unforgettable listening experience. Its spiritual essence evokes warm moments of tranquil beauty and grace, transporting the soul. Connie Dover’s exquisite voice start this collection of Celtic inspired music and each song thereafter maintains her caliber of performance. Lilting melodies, haunting refrains, exquisite vocals all make “Celtic Spirit” a must-own addition for anyone who loves Celtic music, or enjoys the music of Enigma, Loreena McKennitt, and Enya. A magic carpet ride awaits when you listen to the sounds of this CD. Highly recommended!”

Amarantine, Enya Play samples on, read reviews and purchase!”From the first blanket of choral voices awash in reverb, Amarantine is instantly recognizable as a product of Enya, the Irish chanteuse who has created a genre unto herself. Although it’s been five years since her last CD, on Amarantine it’s as if time stood still. The triumvirate of Enya, lyricist Roma Ryan, and producer Nicky Ryan work the formula they perfected on Watermark, layering her voice in lush choirs pushed along by pizzicato synth strings, swooning orchestral pads, and harpsichord arpeggios. On tracks like “Less Than a Pearl” and “Drifting,” Enya flirts with a timeless sound born in gothic chants and hymns. The former is one of three songs that she sings in Roma Ryan’s fictitious language of Loxian. It seems to free her, especially on “The River Sings,” a veritable rave-up where she gets the tribal choir going in the style of Scottish mouth music. But to get there you have to slog through slo-mo ballads that manage to be dirge-like and singsong at the same time, like the Carpenters on Quaaludes. The relatively restrained arrangement of “It’s in the Rain” almost attains a folk-like simplicity that Enya hasn’t experienced since she sang with her siblings in Clannad a quarter-century ago. Amarantine sounds like it was born in cloistered solitude, self-referentially echoing Enya albums past.” ~ John Diliberto

“Enya’s first album in five years and she doesn’t disappoint. Her music on this CD is calmly refreshing, as well as uplifting. Her style is always exciting to listen to, yet at the same time soothes your heart and mind. Enya’s music always has angelic overtones and emotional refrains. Numerous fans consider this to be her best musical achievement to date!”

Celtic Woman, Celtic Woman Play samples on, read reviews and purchase!”Fueled by healthy public appetite for traditional melodies and quasi-ethnic roots, the crossover genre continues to flourish with this debut release from Ireland’s Celtic Woman ensemble. The brainchild of Sharon Browne, Dave Kavanaugh (founders of Ireland’s successful Celtic Collections label) and young Riverdance touring company musical director David Downes, CW’s five young women musicians and vocalists offer up an ever pleasant fusion of folk, pop and classical influences. A fresh blend of Celtic inspired music ~ easy listening at its very best! The ensemble tackles material that ranges from the expected (spare, lovely covers of “Danny Boy” and “Ave Maria”) to more adventurous fare like “Nella Fantasia” (Ennio Morricone’s vocal adaptation of his rapturous theme from The Mission) and Enya’s “Orinoco Flow.” Elsewhere, “The Butterfly” offers up fiddle-fueled take on their Riverdance parallels (which also get a workout on the live bonus tracks), if renditions of Downes’ originals like “One World” and “Send Me a Song” and “Someday” from Disney’s animated Hunchback of Notre Dame hew slavishly to the middle of the road — which largely seems the album’s easy-listening intention.” ~ Jerry McCulley