Tom Shinness | Escape

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New Age: Ambient New Age: Healing Moods: Mood: Dreamy
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by Tom Shinness

An ambient journey that is both soothing, far out, and unique.
Genre: New Age: Ambient
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1. Ambient Waves of Grain
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2. Amber Waves of Grace
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3. Liquid Wind
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4. Cello Call
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Album Notes
Escape vol. 1 was created at the request of many fans for the purpose of relaxing, de-stressing and massage. It features primarily a 1913 Gibson harpguitar with touches of cello and bamboo flute, which were processed through various electronics to achieve a unique multitextural grandioso sound that will truly take you on a new journey. This entire collection was spontaneously recorded live in the studio and is over 60 minutes in lenth.


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Really wonderful!
I really love this music! It is very healing. I have looked for music that is both relaxing and activating, and this certainly fits that description, as do the three other recordings that I have from Tom Shinness (ordered from his great website). The music Tom creates is interesting, never boring, it endures very well with time. There is a wonderful variety of instruments. Tom is one of my favorite musicians! Music doesn't get any better than this!


Something Inseparable
this music is as relaxing as a well tuned Panhead