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Liquid Mind IX: Lullaby

by Liquid Mind (Chuck Wild)

Soothing, healing relaxation music, a perfect musical background for sleep or pre-sleep, massage, meditation, healing, yoga, pilates, reiki, shiatsu, tai chi or reflexology.
Genre: New Age: Relaxation
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Whisper to Me
8:01 $1.99
2. Letting Go
9:17 $1.99
3. Into the Light
11:42 $1.99
4. We Hold Peace in Our Hands
12:50 $1.99
5. My Quiet Spirit
10:52 $1.99
6. Mountain Lullaby
7:04 $1.99
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Album Notes
Liquid Mind is the name used by Los Angeles composer and producer Chuck Wild. There are few composers with as much love for slowness in their music as Wild. Chuck draws from classical and pop influences as varying as Beethoven and Brian Eno, Bartok and Rachmaninoff, Bach, Chopin and Fauré, Duruflé and Brahms.

Early live and studio experience with the Capitol Records' group "Missing Persons", and studio work with Frank Zappa, Michael Jackson and many others have helped Chuck to develop high production values. Spending many studio hours over the years with five time Grammy winning engineer Bruce Swedien and famed producer Ken Scott has inspired Chuck to explore unique and subtle gradations of sound and feeling in his music.

Chuck's musical experience spans three decades, including writing 125 songs and compositions used in TV/Film and albums. The Pointer Sisters, Tommy Page, Timothy Leary, Wink, Jennifer Rush, Thelma Houston, Glen Medeiros and Philip Bailey are just some of the artists who have recorded his songs. Wild co-composed music with Michael Hoenig for the Emmy (TM) winning ABC-TV series Max Headroom. In 1992, his first composition for two pianos, Los Angeles Fantasy, was premiered by Zita Carno and Gloria Ching at the Bing Theater in Los Angeles. The same year, Wild co-scored the Academy Award (TM) winning film The Panama Deception. In 1989, he co-wrote (with Marti Sharron) the song "You're My One and Only," #1 hit in Europe for Jennifer Rush. Over the last twenty years, Chuck has lent his studio talents to projects with Michael Jackson, Paula Abdul, Missing Persons, Philip Bailey, Frank Zappa, and many other artists.

"I originally wrote the music of Liquid Mind to help myself, my friends, and family dealing with the anxiety & stress of working long hours, 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 some people get to sleep, and relax deeply after a tension-filled day.

The ultimate compliment to me is that people fall asleep 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.

I am a shameless advocate of life in the slow lane. For many years, I worked eighteen or more hours a day, seven days a week. Your body will always exact a toll for such abuse. I started composing slow music to help me find some peace and quiet, to get back in touch with the fact that I am responsible for the pace of my own life, to help me unify body, mind, and spirit."
~Chuck Wild, Liquid Mind



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Connie Baber

Another wonderful offering by Chuck Wild. This is my 8th Liquid Mind album, and Chuck did not disappoint. We use these albums for general relaxation, bedtime and massage sessions. Thank you Chuck!


Sweet dreams
It's been a great pleasure to follow the evolution of this remarkable series of albums since the 1994 release of Ambience Minimus. The longevity of the series is just one testament to its worth. With Liquid Mind IX, composer Chuck Wild expands his palette in subtle, elegant ways, while staying true to the original vision. Of particular interest to longtime listeners is the addition of Barb Else's lovely flute and turtle ocarina work... perfectly placed into the orchestral mix.

As always, the production and engineering are flawless. On the first listen, I was actively involved... listening and marveling at each slow, careful choice. On the second listen my heart rate slowed and I drifted into a delicious (and much needed) afternoon nap. And that, dear reader, is the whole point.

Anyone needing a break from our modern, frenetic, over-amped world might want to consider adding this music to their collection. Thanks, Mr. Wild, and sweet dreams.

Serge Kozlovsky /

Writings by Serge Kozlovsky
Let tender waves of lullaby
To heal your heart and to revive your spirit

Chuck Wild returns with his ninth solo album “Lullaby” which released under the Liquid Mind name. His music as usual is very gentle and you easily fly away on its weightless waves that land where you are happy and surrounded by your loved ones. You see your father and mother again and their faces look so young and happy. You are plunged into their love and you just want to stay there for a long time.

Chuck Wild’s music is sublime. It elevates the spirit like the majestic organ’s works by Bach. The inspired music of Chuck Wild creates a strong cathartic effect. It arouses long forgotten memories and releases the soul from hidden depressing emotions.

When you listen to the album “Lullaby” you feel yourself united with the whole world. Chuck Wild’s music provokes a meditative state of mind. It harmonizes the inner world of the listener and heals from the suppression which is imposed by insane human society.

The music of the album “Lullaby” has one more important feature. It gives the listener an hour of true pleasure and delight.

Serge Kozlovsky