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by Miraz and Paradiso

Electronic crossover with didjeridoo. Easy listening. Soft beats and outer realm rhythms. Spacey and groovy melodies. Instruments are: keyboards, percussion, chants and didjeridoo.On this superb album Miraz and Paradiso takes the listener into a musical j
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1. Separation of Mind and Spirit
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2. The Moors
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3. Corner of a First World
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4. Desire to be Free
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5. Hands on the Wall
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6. Beneath Our Earth
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7. In and Through
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8. Across a Frozen Lake
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9. Over the Heart of the Ocean
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10. Tribal Gathering
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11. Nightline
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Album Notes
Paradiso's music carries a sound current that has helped people to heal themselves on all levels. Some say his music has the capacity to shift them towards their life purpose, their passion, and that it can
balance the body and release unwanted blockages.

Paradiso (Paradiso Turturici) lives and performs in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he was born. Being a producer, composer and musician, he formed his own music publishing company "5th Element Vibes Music," and
functions under his record label "5th Element Music." A self-taught musician, Paradiso plays various instruments such as keyboards, theremin,and harmonica, but he is also a vocalist.

He has followed a spiritual path for many years, now working as a sound therapist, massage therapist and holistic health practitioner. Through many one-on-one sessions with his clients he has developed a unique musical healing method, which includes "playing" the patient's body with musical vibration using the instrument for which he is best known, an indigenous instrument from Australia called the Didjeridoo.

Paradiso owns a large variety of Didjeridoos, each producing a different sound. He plays intuitively, and, as he puts it, "Spirit plays through me!"
He adds, "I believe music can heal the mind, body and spirit and liberate us. My vision is to inspire all of us to rediscover our oneness with each other, with our environment and with all of creation through music."

Gary Miraz
Musician, producer and graphic designer, originally from Argentina, grew up in Los Angeles, California. He is crazy about vintage synths and Suzanne and Gary share that passion. Gary has been working with Only New Age Music as a graphic designer for over 10 years. He has designed covers for Constance Demby, Golana´, Ray and many other artists. 'Resonance' is Gary's debut album. It is also his first musical collaboration with Suzanne Doucet. He has also recorded and released an album with Paradiso, "Through Fields Of Stars". Gary Miraz is currently living and performing in Berlin/Germany.


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Eric Guttman

Incredible music.
I caught wind of these guys while at a expo last summer near San Francisco. From just two people there was a wall of sound. Miraz on keyboards,laptop and some weird mouth controller. Paradiso on didg, theremin, percussion and God knows what else.
Their music really tells you a story. Based from what Miraz said onstage of his experiences in Berlin. If it can inspire anyone to do stuff like this I myself should head there, me being a novice musician.