Pati Pellerito & Mark Holland | Dreamwalker

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by Pati Pellerito & Mark Holland

Medicine for the soul. Sound meditation / sound healing. Himalayan singing bowls / Planetary gongs / Native American style flutes and other world flutes. Relaxing, rejuvenating, transporting.
Genre: New Age: Ambient
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Mysterious Strands Of Midnight
Pati Pellerito & Mark Holland
13:55 album only
2. Rooted In Stars
Pati Pellerito & Mark Holland
17:00 album only
3. Becoming Blue Mist
Pati Pellerito & Mark Holland
7:03 album only
4. Dreaming In Sound
Pati Pellerito
7:51 album only
5. New Moon Lullaby
Pati Pellerito & Mark Holland
8:55 album only
6. Voices From Beyond
Pati Pellerito
7:00 album only
7. Dream Within A Dream
Pati Pellerito & Mark Holland
4:40 album only
8. Ray Of Hope
Pati Pellerito & Mark Holland
3:47 album only
9. Fairy Dust
Pati Pellerito & Mark Holland
2:58 album only


Album Notes
Native flutist Mark Holland’s long career spans many years and many styles of music. Dreamwalker is yet another addition to his illustrious discography. Sound-healing artist Pati Pellerito, who performs on a variety of tuned instruments (bowls, gongs, chimes, bells, and Kaizen drum), fuses her mystical tones and textures with Holland’s assorted flutes, including not just Native but also bansuri, Anasazi, and Buffalo Horn flute. The result is soothing, meditative music of the highest order. I have heard a lot of recordings with singing/crystal bowls, but Pellerito is a singular talent and Holland matches her mastery at every turn. This is a stunningly meditative, immersive, and truly cosmic recording. reviewed by Bill Binkelman



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Candice Michelle

Review from Journeyscapes Radio
“Dreamwalker” is the collaborative effort of Pati Pellerito and Mark Holland, who’ve created one of the most rewarding meditative albums I’ve heard in a while. Recorded in the moment while in the studio, just as they do during live performances, the album serves as a continuous sound healing journey which has been divided into nine tracks, spanning seventy-three minutes total. Pati showcases an array of exotic, mostly Far-Eastern musical instruments, including Tibetan singing bowls, quartz crystal bowls, planet gongs, handmade accent gongs, wind gong, Kaizen drum, Shruthi, Kochi chime, bells and tingshas. Mark plays a variety of Native American style flutes, Bansuri flutes, Anasazi flute and Buffalo Horn flute.

“Mysterious Strands of Midnight” opens the album with singing bowls. Cavernous tones and extended spaces between notes give the music a grounding feel, as a solemn flute melody weaves through the capacious textures. Following next is one of my favorite pieces, “Rooted in Stars”, which seems to resonate all the way to Earth’s very core with its layered gongs, mesmeric flute and low-vibratory timbres. A ritualistic atmosphere permeates this piece, as if a portal to another dimension has been opened. Singing bowls and a melodious flute define “Becoming Blue Mist”, a lighter piece reminiscent of a misty morning garden brushed with pastels. By contrast, distant thunderous gongs lend an almost eerie depth and dimension to “Voices from Beyond”, as if emanating from afar behind a fog-covered mountain. The serenely shimmering, “Dream Within A Dream”, is another favorite, characterized by Kaizen drum and Native flute. It’s easy to imagine looking up at the sky as clouds pass over an American desert landscape. Closing out the album is the magical “Fairy Dust” with its crystalline chimes and sparkling bells, as if to softly awaken the listener out of a meditative trance.

Created with instruments that are intimately connected to nature’s elements, “Dreamwalker” is the perfect companion for communing in your own sacred space, outdoor recreation or simply resting on the bare earth. Touching on both Eastern mysticism and Native American spirituality, this album is enthusiastically recommended for Reiki, massage, and other healing and relaxation therapies.

Steve Sheppard, One World Music Radio

Created from the heart, you will find calm and oneness here
Time for us dear reader to go on a journey deep within and we can do this with the aid of a brand new album called Dreamwalker, by Pati Pellerito and Mark Holland.
This is a deep and very intense work and the opening portal to this quite breath-taking release is a fine example of just how far inward we must go. The flute here from Holland is amazingly emotive and powerful, while sound therapist and musician Pellerito with gongs and a veritable array of musical and healing instrumentation, create a whole new realm for us to bathe in, on the beginning of our inner satori, in the track Mysterious Strands of Midnight.
At just under 14 minutes long the opening piece leads us in delightfully to the long form opus of mystical grandeur called Rooted in Stars. At the first time of listening, I just had to sit with my eyes closed and allow the music and the imagery created to wash over me, at exactly 17 minutes long here is a piece that will really manifest a whole new realm of ambience for you to walk through in dreamtime. The combination of these two heartfelt artists are so well matched and a very sensitive hand is used in the arrangements of these pieces, to bring you the best meditative and healing experience possible, listening to this makes me want to go and have an immediate gong bath.
The first two tracks are completely outstanding in their depth of arrangement for the purpose of their creativity, and as sound healing compositions, they do certainly have an incredibly empowering energy about them. As we move to track three and a piece called Becoming Blue Mist, we find ourselves listening to a simply beautiful flute from Holland, that reminds me of the best of my friend Nigel Shaw from Dartmoor, England, this harmonious and haunting melody will flow through your mind and into your light body, there is a lightness here now, that essence of freedom, as we become at one with it all.
As you may have guessed or perhaps know, I have both been involved with healing techniques and meditation myself for years and will be including this album into my special inner moments of peace. Pellerito’s sublime skill as a sound healer can be really be heard in this piece called Dreaming the Sound, the resonances of her chimes, gongs and added instrumentation are not just played, they’re nurtured and grown, they’re encouraged and carefully and skilfully created, to bring us the ultimate healing tool, I haven’t heard such a crafted album like this, since the early years of Deuter.
At just under 9 minutes’ dear constant reader and listener, you are treated to a delicate arrangement called New Moon Lullaby; Holland plays such a respectful flute here. The new moon is a time for future manifestation and both artists within this piece create a musical and healing vehicle to be able to do so.
Voices from Beyond, a connection, a meeting of souls, here we are plunged from the opening of this piece into a new realm entirely, it is as if we can hear voices floating through the mist of time and inner space, this is one very dark, deep and empowering arrangement. The sheer energy of this composition is incredible; you can literally feel that power, this immense sonic backdrop clearing out the debris of negativity from your own energy centres.
Edgar Allan Poe once wrote “Yet if hope has flown away, in a night, or in a day, in a vision, or in none, is it therefore the less gone? All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream” Here Holland aided brilliantly by Pellerito performs a sublime after dream awakening composition called Dream Within a Dream, was it real or fantasy? Which is which? Does it matter? This a light and tender piece that sees us lying with our eyes slowly opening, and back in our own reality, feeling fulfilled and at peace.
The penultimate piece is called Ray of Hope, we can now really sense that this journey of self-awareness is about to be completed for the time being, both Holland and Pellerito deliver a short but poignant track, packed with a sensitive cleansing energy to seal the healing and allow us to musically look around the room and watch the sunlight filter in through the curtains, rays of hope and opportunities to make something of another day of your life perhaps.
Our last port of call is now here and called Fairy Dust. The vitality within this track is so light and of a much higher vibration, it is so very charming; the chimes here create a wonderful feeling of bliss and harmony.
Dreamwalker has to be one of the best sound healing, meditative releases I have ever heard, and combining the talents of Mark Holland and Pati Pellerito is a stroke of genius. Fans of the new age genre of music will lap this up, but there is much more here, this is also a release that has been really created from the heart to the heart and through the music true calm and oneness can indeed be found, now please excuse me dear reader, I need to go on this journey just one more time, after all, it was just a dream, wasn’t it?