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Bright Angel

by Harlan Mark Vale

Original solo piano music channeled direct from spirit creating a meditative and thoughtful soundtrack for living.
Genre: New Age: Ambient
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Bright Angel
10:44 $0.99
2. Buddha Temple
11:44 $0.99
3. World of Good
7:16 $0.99
4. Decision & Fate
11:06 $0.99
5. The White Phase
12:26 $0.99
6. Delivered Fresh From Eternity
10:09 $0.99
7. Touched By Infinite Possibility
6:18 $0.99
8. Manifestations of the Heart
7:32 $0.99
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Album Notes
My name is Harlan Mark Vale. I am a musician. I live and breathe music. Without music, there is no life. I am also spirit. The journey that got me to this realization is also the journey that created the album, Bright Angel. The music I have created here is a free-flowing river of the Divine expressing itself through me.

My formal music training began at The Evergreen State College in Washington State in the 70’s, where I studied electronic music and audio engineering. Later, I performed with Trillium, The New Art Orchestra, and others creating free improvisational jazz and experimental genres playing piano, synthesizer and percussion.

After years of playing and recording electronic music covering many genres, I have finally returned to my beginnings; the piano. This is where my hearts speaks to me most clearly.

The album title, “Bright Angel” came about after spending time at the Grand Canyon. There is a feature in the canyon called Bright Angel Point as well as a trailhead by the name of Bright Angel Trail. These features are moving and inspiring by their very nature. While at the canyon, I discovered a baby grand piano on the mezzanine above the lobby at the El Tovar Hotel, situated on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. It was here that I gave birth to the music portrayed on the Bright Angel CD. These pieces are my attempt to capture the majesty and serenity I feel being and performing at the Grand Canyon.

The Bright Angel CD has been shown to calibrate at over 700 on Dr. David Hawkins' consciousness scale. This is the level of pure consciousness. Hawkins theorizes that anything at this level can produce healing effects.

As an interesting aside, I have conducted home studies of the music on the Bright Angel CD using standard muscle testing techniques. Listeners test stronger during and after listening to this music than they do before. I would be curious to find out if these results could be duplicated by others under more controlled conditions.

The journey to this point has been long and winding, but worth the wait. I finally feel that the Universe and I are playing the same piano. Nothing on the album have I written, it’s more that I am allowing the music to emerge from me fully formed. My job is to make the Divine connection, step out of the way and become the conduit for creative exploration.

During my musical formative years, I had many heroes, idols and influences. I would like to give thanks to the following for creating some of the most enriching music on the planet. Listed in no particular order:

Brian Eno
Bill Laswell
Bill Nelson
Peter Gabriel
Claude Debussy
Hildegard von Bingen
Le Mystere Des Voix Bulgares
The Beatles
Happy The Man
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
National Health
Steve Hackett,
John Cage
Herbie Hancock
Charles Ives
Miles Davis
King Crimson
Aaron Copeland
Oliver Messiaen
Igor Stravinsky
Erik Satie
Arnold Schoenberg
Anton Webern
Sun Ra
Tangerine Dream
Weather Report
The Who
Pink Floyd
Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Les Paul,
Todd Rundgren
Frank Zappa
Art Bears
Ozric Tentacles
Sarah McLachlan
Kronos String Quartet
John Alkins
Mark Isham
Patrick O'Hearn
Danny Elfman
Jerry Goldsmith
Ella A Robinson
The Chipmunks
Spike Jones
Russell Larson
Daryl Johanson
Dave Brubeck
Robert Moog
Chick Corea
Keith Jarret
Don Ellis
The Moody Blues
Ennio Morricone

There are probably more whose names I don't recall at the moment. But each and every one of these artists have helped me to form my musical identity. Thank you, one and all.

Harlan Mark Vale



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Paul S

This is absolutely tremendous piano work for the full duration of the 75 minute CD. Its inspiring, motivating, and never sleep inducing like some music in or near this genre. Vale has you listening for what he will create next and the place it will take you. Such a virtuoso.