Johann Kotze | Ambient Ocean

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Ambient Ocean

by Johann Kotze

If music could be described as translucent then this album would be it. A beautiful, seamless blend of atmospheric sounds of the sea and music; sparse, subtly melodic orchestrations and ambient pads of synthesizers, piano or chiming electric piano.
Genre: New Age: Relaxation
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. An Ambient Ocean (Deep Mind)
2:18 $0.79
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2. Ethereal Chime II Phase 9 (Ocean Mix)
5:55 $0.79
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3. Dolphin play (Ocean Mix)
16:42 $0.79
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4. Deep Mind Remix (Ocean Dub)
7:31 $0.79
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5. New beginnings (Mysterious Ocean Mix)
8:34 $0.79
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6. New beginnings (Heart of Ocean Mix)
17:38 $0.79
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7. Lulluby for Urumugwai (Ocean Mix)
5:03 $0.79
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Yoga teacher-musician Johann Kotze loves the ocean, and composed these tracks to seamlessly blend with atmospheric sounds of the sea. From the mellow easy listening "Ethereal Chime" to the ambient dub of 'Deep Mind Remix (Ocean Dub)' to the two long therapeutic "New beginnings" tracks his love of mood music and the ocean is as clear as the sounds that envelops the listener of this collection.

"Ambient Ocean" is at once contemplative and soothing. The sensitive listener will appreciate the "breathing" quality of the music, and any space used for therapy or healing, and even down-tempo public spaces will benefit form its tranquil mood. "Lullaby", with its beautiful cello and its surprising mezzo soprano brings a haunting, melancholic end to the album.

The simultaneously released "Sky Cafe", includes a different mix of "Dolphin play" without ocean sounds, and a somewhat more upbeat, breezy collection of orchestral, piano and electronica sounds that blends really well with "Ambient Ocean". Also check out the double CD (containing Being 2 & 3) for the classic Being Music deep healing/meditation/therapy sound.

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Jon

By The Sea
When I saw ocean in the title and album notes, I had to check this out. Peaceful, Relaxing music with ocean sounds mixed in!!! How can it get any better? This album is very calming to listen to. It is the medicine that sooths the stresses of my work day.
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