Jami Sieber | Timeless

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by Jami Sieber

A classical cellist gone awry
Genre: New Age: Contemporary Instrumental
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Invitation
3:59 $0.99
2. A Love Song for Humanity
6:52 $0.99
3. River of Sky
4:26 $0.99
4. Dancing With Tinkerbell
6:00 $0.99
5. The Burning Dawn
2:32 $0.99
6. Jewels in Indra's Web
6:54 $0.99
7. Following My Father's Song
7:20 $0.99
8. Dream Raga
9:41 $0.99
9. River of Rain
5:28 $0.99
10. A World Behind the World
10:00 $0.99
11. Stillness
1:22 $0.99
12. Begin Again
9:09 $0.99
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Album Notes
Timeless, the latest CD by visionary cellist Jami Sieber, is a transmission of pure stillness, sacredness and prayer. Layer upon layer of cello transport the listener into a world without clocks or calendars, where stress and striving dissolve, the heart melts open, and the walls that separate us from each other, nature, and our own self-love magically crumble.

Timeless conveys a powerful presence that goes beyond the haunting melodies and velvety striations of cello and voice. It invokes a realm where inner experience – be it meditation, massage, movement, or stillness – is deepened and intensified. This is powerful musical medicine.

From Jami: The essence of a timeless nature exists within each of us. I love going there. When I am not caught up in the ‘to do”, “did do” and “will do” I fall into that gap - when a minute lasts a year and there is nothing but that moment. I ran across this quote by Gary Snyder and it so beautifully encapsulated what I was trying to create - so I now share it with you.

There’s a world behind the world we see that is the same world but more open, more transparent, without blocks. Like inside a big mind, the animals and humans all can talk, and those who pass through here get power to heal and help. - Gary Snyder

May this music bring peace to your heart, to your life, and to those you touch.



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Michael Diamond (www.michaeldiamondmusic.com)

Review excerpt from Music and Media Focus
Utilizing electronics and looping devices, Jami Sieber weaves sonic tapestries that transcend the expectations one has when they think of the cello. The album opens with an appropriately titled track called “The Invitation.” The long low drone of the cello strings indeed portrays a sense of timelessness, and as the title implies, it gently invites you into the lush musical realm of Jami Sieber. As layers of cello were added, I had to remind myself that I wasn’t listening to a synthesizer soundscape. On the next track, “A Love Song For Humanity,” I couldn’t help being moved by the emotional undercurrents that this music generated. On “River Of Sky,” the plucked arpeggios that begin the piece are a nice contrast to the expansive bowed pieces that preceded it. As melody lines intertwined over them I was aware of how the song blended a feeling of both sweetness and sorrow at the same time.

While Jami is the primary instrumentalist on the recording, there are a number of guest performances, including the sampled loops and synthesizers of Evan Schiller that add exotic atmospheric textures on a track called “Dancing With Tinkerbell.” The sound of the kora, a harp from West Africa, played by Kane Mathis, adds melody and motion to track 7, which also features Jami’s Enya-like ethereal vocals. The album draws to a serene conclusion with the haunting ambience of “Begin Again,” which echoes the elegant expansive quality heard throughout the recording. With this latest release, Jami Sieber has magnificently achieved her goal of composing music that transcends temporality. Not only is a sense of timelessness so exquisitely evoked, but the emotional resonance of the music is breathtaking. I can’t imagine listening to this album and not being deeply moved.

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