David Darling | 8-String Religion

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8-String Religion

by David Darling

David's cello moves like water between the notes, it is relaxing, inspiring, and beautiful.
Genre: New Age: New Age
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1. Soft Light
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2. Clouds
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3. Sweet River
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4. Minor Blue
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5. Only One Wish
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6. 8 String Religion
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7. Sojourn
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8. Remember
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
David Darling's 8-String Religion has been praised by practitioners, philosophers and musicians alike. Hailed as the best album of the millennium by "Yoga Journal," it is considered his finest work. Layered over tracks of flowing water, Darling's cello awakens us to nature's eternal flow. It is his tribute to the beauty of our planet, and itself is a great blessing.

"In EIGHT STRING RELIGION, David Darling has concocted an elixir of skill, wisdom, love and beauty that is truly nourishment for the soul." --Ram Dass

"It just awakens the heart... the instruments rise and meet in a gentle crescendo that can bring tears to your eyes." --Yoga Journal


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Terry

Very calming, centering music
I was looking for some music to listen to in the car while sitting in traffic during my afternoon commute and this is just what I needed. The gentle strings help me to get re-aligned after a hard day at work. I just love it. Thanks David!

claudine

EIGHT STRING RELIGION
i LOVE this cd !! heard it at a friend's so had to buy it for myself and it is gorgeous music..really calming..and nice! in addition i was surprised by the special touches the sellers did when i purchased....have never ordered something before where the seller truly cared about the sales of their product so much...you'll see when you purchase....i appreciated the caring creative style and wit that came with this sale and have played the cd daily since i purchased it. great wind down music from our busy days!! :)

Deborah Andersib

Absolutely beautiful!!!
Eight String Religion is absolutely beautiful. There is a sadness to the music with a great sense of hope,promise, and beauty. I love this CD and find "Clouds" particuliarly calming.

Tamara Turner, CD Baby.com


Easy listening with integrity and depth. With the sensory-rich sounds of nature, the distant, melodic storytelling of the piano and the emotional direction of the cello, this album is the epitome of Classical meeting Easy Listening meeting New Age without being watered down for the mainstream. The occasional blessing of vocals twinkles and dances off of the floating lines of thought. Melodies you can follow as they lead you into the rich textures, harmonies that ring with the buzz of life and atmospheres that take you inward, build a beautiful, moving world of color and light known as "8-String Religion."

Michael Corley

Relaxing and mind flexing music returns to the classical world.
I am a song writer myself and I certainly appreciated this album. I bought a copy for myself and a copy for my mother for Christmas.
I like his technique. In fact I would go as far as to compliment the production of the album particularly on the tracks Minor Blue and Remember. Do yourself a favor and buy this CD.

Cathy Hatch

One of my favorites, hauntingly unsettling, startlingly mysterious
I first heard this CD while I was receiving a Polarity Therapy treatment, a modality I know to be powerful for me. This CD helped me to reach a part of myself I had not previously been able to access. Someone walked away with my copy. I am just getting around to ordering a new copy. I guess I needed time off from the journey. Even though my ears could not hear his music, my heart carried *-string relligion and the resonance of the music continues to help my spirit to grow and change.

Tia Knight

WOW !!
What great music this is!! I simply love it...hands down.

CD Baby


Easy listening with integrity and depth. With the sensory-rich sounds of nature, the distant, melodic storytelling of the piano and the emotional direction of the cello, this album is the epitome of Classical meeting Easy Listening meeting New Age without being watered down for the mainstream. The occasional blessing of vocals twinkles and dances off of the floating lines of thought. Melodies you can follow as they lead you into the rich textures, harmonies that ring with the buzz of life and atmospheres that take you inward, build a beautiful, moving world of color and light known as "8-String Religion."

Margo Gal

Love this music. I play it for my yoga class, massages, and in the car.!!!
This CD is about the best. I love that there are no words, and it sends you into a space of oneness and peace. The last piece is light, playful and happy. So far everyone I play it for loves it. Can you, David Darling make it to Maui to do a concert? Maybe with Zuleaka? Thanks again. I look forward to getting more of your CD's. peace. Margo

Deborah Martyn

it can play on repeat on and on and on ...
Both my partner and I love this music. I feel my heart opened and nourished and expressed by David's music. It is totally harmonic with Nature's frequency. Thank you David! I went looking for something- cello, and when I found Darling's work, I remembered knowing of him years ago through Paul Winter's Consort and the singer Susan Osborn ; both whom I love as well.
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