Shamanic Dream II - Anugama

Shamanic Dream II

Anugama

  • Genre: New Age
  • Release Date: 2005-11-15
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 3

  • ℗ 2005 Open Sky Music

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Shamanic Journey Anugama 29:03 USD Album Only
2
Sweetness of the Earth Anugama 28:03 USD Album Only
3
Magic Flow Anugama 16:00 USD Album Only

Reviews

  • Creates a Wonderful Space

    5
    By eugenefields
    Anugama always creates a wonderful Hypnotic Space. Safe and serene, a Favorite always when the mood slows and Energy wants to Relax. Just Wonderful, never misses its mission, leave the collective noise and go inside. Great Space Music inner/outer...
  • 1

    5
    By Sam_63
    1
  • This is fantastic music

    5
    By woodysg1
    to massage to. I have this in the background with the lights down low and massage my wife. It puts you in a very peaceful state of mind. Then we have it going again when we go to sleep. I have the first one as well. It got a lot of play until I came across Shamanic Dream II. Hope there is a 3rd.
  • Peaceful Joy

    5
    By Lightkeeper35
    It's not often when a musical journey elicits such a stronge emotional response but Anugama hit the mark with this album. I recommend it for anyone involved in the healing arts. It's rythmic beats and gentle sounds will help foster a state of tranquility in the soul of the listener that will resonate for some time to come. Fantastic!
  • Exceptional meditation background

    4
    By TooHip4U
    If you like this album, you will also enjoy Mark Hunton's music. Some relavancy - but still Anugama uses an eclectic and unique choice of instrumentation and blends it quite well. I give the 'Sweetness of the Earth' cut a top rating in my book.
  • shamanic dream II

    5
    By spade
    Hypnotic and sensual, I play it in my spa. Totally relaxing
  • Shamanic Dream II

    5
    By toruntorun
    Big fan of this album...song "Sweetness of the Earth" in particular. Heard it first in a massage. Hypnotic. Listened to it since while driving through the Sierras, relaxing, etc. Native American drumming over flute (not cheesy) and piano (?). Just a great, great album to have in your toolbox. Highly recommend.

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