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Reflecting Light - Music for Channeling

by Suzanne Doucet

2 long hypnotic tracks of trance inducing and therapeutic instrumental music with a Grand Piano lead played over electronic layers and slow pulsating rhythms. Best album of the year (PULSE)
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Forever...
26:44 $4.99
2. ...and Here
26:48 $4.99
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"REFLECTING LIGHT" is also available for download as a whole album or by individual tracks on itunes, emusic and other download services.

Suzanne Doucet

Suzanne's 30 years in the world of New Age music have provided her with incomparable knowledge, experience and contacts. Beyond being co-founder and CEO of Only New Age Music, Inc., and, Suzanne is an international recording and performing artist whose background encompasses being a prime time TV "Pop Show" hostess (guests included the BeeGees, Grateful Dead, Keith Emerson, Donovan), a songwriter & composer, script writer, sound designer, producer, A&R record label executive, music publisher, label owner & manager, marketing consultant, and retailer. Together with her husband James Bell, Suzanne owned and operated the world-famous specialized audio gallery "Only New Age Music" in Los Angeles for 5 years.
She owns and operates now - the #1 online source for new age music and represents digital rights (streaming, downloads and webcasting) to major internet players as well as the portal site Her latest recording credits include "Resonance" with Gary Miraz as well as the audio series "Sounds of Nature" and "Tranquility" combining the state-of-the-art binaural recordings of Chuck Plaisance with her music. Seven of their titles made it into the top ten environmental charts at, including being #1 and #2 for over two years. Shirley Maclaine used Suzanne's music from the Reflecting Light album, the piece "Forever..." on her best-selling video and audiocassette titled "Inner Workout" and "Going Within". Suzanne also produced and directed the award winning video "Starflight" together with well known video and documentary producer Chris Toussaint.
Suzanne has been a consultant to hundreds of artists, producers, record labels, radio programmers, distributors and retailers. She is an expert on "alternative marketing campaigns", such as reaching bookstores, nature stores and other gift shops and has developed and supervised many mainstream and alternative marketing campaigns for independent labels and artists such as Golana´, Constance Demby, Ray, Liquid Mind, Armen Chakmakian, Tajalli and many others. She has been marketing and promoting her own product line "Beyond" and other Indie labels worldwide.
Suzanne founded the International New Age Music Network in 1987. She produced and directed three International Conferences and the first New Age/World Music Festival at the Wiltern Theater (featuring artists such as Paul Horn, Steven Halpern, Tim Wheater, Jai Uttal a.o.).
In the New Age Music Guide by P.J.Birosik, published by MacMillan
it says: "...explorers, who helped lay the groundwork for what we now term New Age Music include Kitaro, Andreas Vollenweider, Vangelis, C.H.Deuter, Klaus Schulze, Paul Horn, Suzanne Doucet, Brian Eno and Paul Winter."
Life Magazine began their report on New Age Music with a quote from Suzanne, while specialized Keyboard Magazine acknowledged Suzanne for having "the most authoritative view on New Age Music," and the LA Times devoted a full page article to Suzanne in their Sunday Calendar section.
Magazines and TV production companies have interviewed her for their publications in Germany, Austria, France, Spain, Greece, Brazil, Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea.
Suzanne is the longest serving member of the annual Screening Committee of the New Age Category for NARASâ„¢ (Grammy Awards), helping to define the guidelines for New Age Music since 1987. Suzanne was part of the Presidential/Key Executive MBA Program at Pepperdine University, where she studied business administration. In Munich, Suzanne studied Psychology, at the Institute for Esoteric Psychology, as well as Composition at the Munich State Conservatory.



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David Atwell

Conscious Mind
"Reflecting Light" consists of two pieces of music beginning with Suzanne's "Forever..." that is incredibly transcendent allowing the listener to experience the beauty of her music while at the same time creating a very meditative atmosphere for the listener to simply go within and move beyond. The second piece "...and Here" brings you back from beyond into a joyful and triumphant state of awareness as I feel a sense of jubilation as well as accomplishment. Beautiful music and incredible concept!

Roger Driskell

Let the music refresh your mind.
If your workday has you down, then Reflecting Light is the CD to play. The music is delightfully hypnotic, allowing you to release all the negatives. 5 stars is not enough.

Lee Underwood, PULSE! Tower Records

New Age Music as it was meant to be.
ROVING SPOTLIGHT: Reflecting Light. German synthsist/pianist Suzanne Doucet explores two complimentary mind-states on this album, inspired, she said, "by reincarnation experiences and the desire to describe musically the states 'over there.'" Track one, "Forever," features slow, repeated bass figures, sustained drones and spacey piano/synth melodies - relaxing, free-floating, transportive. By contrast, the piece "...and Here" begins with a cheery, sparkling theme; the improvised middle section slowly revolves, kaleidoscopically. Each track is 27 minutes long. New Age Music as it was meant to be.