Candace Keach & Gordon Porth | Traveling Waves

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Traveling Waves

by Candace Keach & Gordon Porth

This refreshing flute and piano music evokes an impressionistic journey along the waterways of the world; new age and meditative.
Genre: New Age: Nature
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1. Mountain Candace Keach & Gordon Porth
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2. Springs Candace Keach & Gordon Porth
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3. Moon Candace Keach & Gordon Porth
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4. Forest Candace Keach & Gordon Porth
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5. Meadow Candace Keach & Gordon Porth
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6. Desert Candace Keach & Gordon Porth
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7. Ocean Candace Keach & Gordon Porth
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8. Arctic Candace Keach & Gordon Porth
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9. Beyond Candace Keach & Gordon Porth
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10. Om Candace Keach & Gordon Porth
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Ten years after "As Above So Below", Gordon and Candace create another sonic journey with Spirit, "Traveling Waves". Silver, wood and bamboo flutes with piano join mother nature's mountain streams, desert thunder, meadow songbirds, forest crickets, ocean waves and whales and the mysterious sounds of space to create a soundscape of masterful beauty! Travel the waves and discover peace and beauty within and without!

‘When Gordon and I record, our music has already been created in another dimension of which we are not conscious but one in which we inhabit together regardless of place and time! The actual recording flows between us in incredible sessions as if the notes were just waiting for us to pick up our instruments! This CD, “Traveling Waves”, was recorded on retreat in Highlands, North Carolina where Nature and her gardeners speak a magical language. The CD honors Water and Nature and the beautiful ecosystems across which Water travels the Earth and Beyond. It is a flowing journey from source to source and it is a prayer and call to protect and revere our precious planet. And like our first CD, “As Above So Below”, it is a love connection we offer from deep within our hearts to yours.’ - Candace Keach

‘Recording this CD with Candace was literally an experience of “riding waves”. When we play together music flows through us in a magical way. Awareness of time ceases as we enter a state of blissful creation. There is an astounding sense of oneness as we play together. I am so grateful for more than a decade of music making with Candace and this, our second recording collaboration. For me it is always a joyful and deeply moving experience making music with Candace. I hope you enjoy “riding waves” with us.’ - Gordon Porth

Track 1 - Mountain
Cosmic winds descend upon the Mountain
(Tibetan flute & piano)

Track 2 - Springs
Bubbling up from hidden source, Water dances with the wild nature Devas and Dakinis
(piccolo & piano)

Track 3 - Moon
Moon draws Water into a longing embrace
(alto flute & piano)

Track 4 - Forest
Owl observes Water’s peaceful journey through the midnight Forest
(native flute & piano)

Track 5 - Meadow
Songbirds greet the Meadow's Morning Sun and Afternoon Thunder
(bamboo flute & piano)

Track 6 - Desert
Afternoon Rain floods the Desert floor seeking underground passage and coaxing thorny cactus blossoms open
(native flute & piano)

Track 7 - Ocean
Gulls and Waves dive at the shore’s edge and the surf rolls out to sea
(silver flute & piano)

Track 8 - Arctic
Whales and Glacier rock Earth’s pristine rolling Water in a lullaby of the icy deep
(bass flute & piano)

Track 9 - Beyond
Bells, Whales, Wind and Water bridge a path to the Beyond
(alto flute & piano)

Track 10 - Om
As it was in the beginning….
(Tibetan bowl)

Heartfelt appreciation for the following:

Leah Piken Kolidas, Blue Tree Art Gallery, cover art
Kevin Bradley, Kevin Bradley Zen Folio, cover photo
Joel Morris, sound design, mix and mastering engineer
Dr. Robert Poovey, recording equipment
Gordon Porth, recording of crickets, birds, wind, rain, thunder near Highlands, NC
Classic Carolina Construction, Inc., recording of ocean waves near Charleston, SC
Creekside Woods, recording of babbling brook near Athens, GA
National Park Service, recording of humpback whales in Glacier Bay, AK
Professor Don Gurnett, University of Iowa Physics Department, recording of Earth “whistlers” from NASA research
Laura Butler for our stay at her beautiful mountain cabin
Dr. Robert Henry and Reverend Dr. Bruce Walker for our recording time in the beautiful sanctuary at The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation in Highlands, North Carolina



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MM McCarey

Even the Rocks WOuld Cry Out
My introduction to transformative music was Kitaro nearly thirty years ago. Within seconds my thirsty soul drank from the living waters of a celestial home I could not have known. Since then, I have become an aficionado of new age music but nothing stirred me so quickly and deeply as my first Kitaro moment until I listened to Traveling Waves by Candace Keech and Grodon Porth. Traveling Waves' power was not in the newness of this genre for me. Its power is in the profound collaboration of the musicians and their innocence in recording it. It is said of God that if no one praises the holy then the rocks will cry out. Traveling Waves is the sweet honey in those rocks that claim witnesses to the holy. I am not sure this music is for us at the bridge. Rather, I imagine that it breathes spirit over the waters of the Aquarian age. I apoloize to Candace Keech and Gordon Porth. My words are not adequate.