In My Mind's Zen Garden
  • 04.10.2013 “Karmic Alliance Edition”

    Brahms – Brahms Symphony No. 3 – 2. Andante Erich Kunzel and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra – E.T.: The Departure Erich Kunzel and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra – E.T.: The Bicycle Chase Erich Kunzel and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra – Raiders of the Lost Ark: The Raiders’ March Erich

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    04.05.2013 “Mixing It Up”

    The Alan Parsons Project – Old And Wise Bharat Nepali Party – Sissaya Heyku (Spinning Wheel) Bharat Nepali Party – Hatalemukachopi (Flute Song) Bharat Nepali Party – Ghatu (April Flower) Paul Simon – The Boy In The Bubble Led Zeppelin – Black Dog Young M.C. – I Come Off

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  • Weather Report
    CD Review: Weather Report – Heavy Weather

    First off, I have always considered the name “Weather Report” to be an excellent choice for a jazz-fusion group. That said, the name itself implies everything from a serene sunday afternoon with blue skies to a tempestuous thunderstorm complete with lightning and pounding rain. And to me the actual jazz group DOES live up to its name.

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  • Music Playlist: Home One

    Home One is a personal music playlist I designed as background music for around the home… specifically, ambience and mood music. Home One is currently 5 hours worth of music, and I probably will add more songs to make it a full 8 hours worth of music. My Home

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  • Esperanza Spalding – Ponta de Areia

    Ponta de Areia is a song composed in the early 1970s by Milton Nascimento and Fernando Brant. Milton Nascimento is a superstar in Brazil and has been a very popular singer/songwriter for many decades. Ponta de Areia is simply one of the most beautiful melodies I’ve ever heard! .

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  • Serenity Sundays: Music for a Rainy Day

    A Little Rain “Into each life a little rain must fall.” —Henry Wadsworth Longfellow It was drizzling all morning in San Diego, and continuing to do so into the afternoon. Sundays like these, I’m just glad I don’t have to wake up at 5am and get ready for the

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