The soothing flow of the music, and the absence of regular rhythm allows the listener to experience a level of relaxation not achievable by more active music. The third in Liquid Mind's elegant electronic series of slow relaxation music albums takes the listener to a place of deep calm and tranquility. This peaceful album is used by parents to help quiet hyperactive children, to assist themselves in going back to sleep in the middle of a difficult night, and to relieve the stress of a busy day at a computer terminal.
From the artist:
I originally wrote the music of Liquid Mind to help myself and my friends and family dealing with the anxiety & stress of working long hours and many jobs to support their families, and also for friends and family dealing with the stress of life-threatening illnesses like cancer & HIV. The Liquid Mind albums seem to have an immediate "slowing down" effect on the listener, and may also help people get to sleep, and calm down after a tension-filled day. The ultimate compliment to me is that people fall asleep or deeply relax to my music. This is functional music, it serves the purpose of assisting us to be tranquil, when that may not be easy in today's world. That is why the compositions are longer than normal, and very slow in tempo. This music is very special to me, it is my labor of love, I hope you enjoy it.
From the label:
The excellent production values on the Liquid Mind albums reflect Chuck Wild's extensive experience working with many world-class artists, as songwriter, synthesist, composer, and arranger. Wild was first known for his work as synthesist & keyboard player in the 80's Capitol records artists "Missing Persons", and more recently as a songwriter (over 70 songs recorded since 1988 for film, TV, and albums, including "You're My One and Only", #1hit in Europe for Jennifer Rush), as co-composer of Max Headroom (Emmy-winning series), and as studio sound designer for Michael Jackson and many others.
When Wild started releasing the Liquid Mind albums in 1994, the first persons to use them were alternative healthcare practitioners, chiropractors and massage therapists, followed soon by more mainstream medical practitioners, who report utilizing the music in clinical situations to assist in relaxation. Since the Liquid Mind albums became more widely distributed in 1995, they have all become favorites of those who use music for relaxation, meditation, and stress relief.
Check out the artist's website:
1. Lullaby For Grownups
2. Laguna Indigo
3. Timeless and Tender
4. Dream Messenger