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Soaring with the Angels
  • Artist: Frederic Delarue
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 643157175421
  • Item #: SRD717542
  • Genre: New Age
  • Release Date: 5/16/2005
  • Rank: 287827
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Soaring with the Angels on CD

Deep Relaxation music perfect for massage, meditation, help you to fall asleep... This album will calm you down and your pets. Used by hospitals, doctors, veterinarians to calm pets before surgery, and in barns. Not recommended while driving. The blissful melodies get your immediate resonance and fill your mind with only good thoughts. They are so full of love that, you can only respond with love. 'Soaring With the Angels' is Frederic Delarue's second American solo release after last year's 'Voyage of the Soul.' As with the first album, the pieces are mostly very light and ethereal. Several of the tracks have a sameness about them that make this a consistent listening experience, and a very relaxing one. A near-death experience as a child left Delarue with the ability to summon and communicate with his angels and beings of light, and he says 'I simply let them guide my hands to compose melodies that may enlighten your beautiful soul and illuminate your heart.' Delarue also does a lot of spiritual healing with his music and composes pieces to go with people's names. Interesting stuff. Favorite tracks include 'A Moment of Bliss,' a mostly ambient piece with lots of open spaces and a floating melody; the title track has a strong sense of serenity and peace; 'Celestial Lullaby' has a very sweet and beautiful melody - wistful and a little melancholy; and 'Stillness of the Aurora,' which is again very ethereal and serene with wordless vocals and sounds that evoke colors and dreamy visions, at least for me. At his best, few can top Delarue with this type of music. For relaxing, meditation, massage, and other healing activities, this is a really nice collection.