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Angel Hair

by Gregory

Angel Hair is perfect for relaxation and meditation. The compositions are lengthy for uninterrupted contemplation and thoughtful reminiscence. The music is quiet, gentle, and well suited for infants, children and adults alike.
Genre: New Age: Meditation
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Baby Sleeping
11:32 $2.99
2. Angel Hair
11:17 $2.99
3. Slumber
11:20 $2.99
4. Pachelbel's Daydream
11:21 $2.99
5. Sleeping Brahms
4:46 $0.99
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Angel Hair is perfect for relaxation and meditation. The compositions are lengthy for uninterrupted contemplation and thoughtful reminiscence. The music is quiet, gentle, and well suited for infants, children and adults alike. Baby Sleeping, Angel Hair, and Slumber are original compositions intended to soothe mind, body, and spirit. Pachelbel’s Daydream is a melodic improvisation over the well-known canonic bass line that defines the ever=so-popular Pachelbel Canon in D. The composition is unique, and not just another arrangement. Sleeping Brahms is a new age ambient arrangement of the popular lullaby by Johannes Brahms.

Draw a warm bath...add bubbles...turn off the lights and light a scented chocolates on the edge of the your favorite drink nearby. Load the Angel Hair CD into your CD player...adjust the play. Slip your hand through the bubbles and into the it just right? Slip out of your robe and drape it over the towel rack. Slowly slip your toes into the tub allowing your body to adjust to the temperature. Now place your other foot into the water. Slowly crouch down allowing the water to rise over your body until your sitting on the bottom of the tub. Lay back slowly allowing the bubbles and water to cover you. Lean back against the back of the tub stretching yourself out along its length. Relax. Take your time. Now slowly take a deep breath through your nose...hold it...then slowly release the air through your mouth. many times as you wish. Notice the candle as the flame performs a dance for your amusement...the aroma fills the air. A few bubbles escape their captivity and join the dance. You are relaxed...your body tingles slightly in the warm are in heaven. The music fills the air as the candle continues to dance and the bubbles float like angels on the wind. You reach for your drink and take a sip. You place your glass on the edge of the tub. Your hand slips from the glass and floats over to the chocolates. You select one and place it into your mouth. If you feel light-headed, do not are experiencing heaven on earth. All of your senses...all of your mind...all of your spirit. Angel Hair.


When vending at fairs I frequently get random compliments when folks stop by and listen at the listening stations. On this day in Manitou Springs, Colorado, a group of small children were gathered around listening to the CDs. One child in particular who I will call Sarah, though I do not know her real name, was listening to the track "Baby Sleeping". I will guess her age to be around five. When it was time to go, she placed the headphones down and her mother asked if she liked the music. Sarah's response in her small shy voice said, "It's beautiful", and then a pause... then she says, "the angels are saying something." Her mother, quite surprised by the thought from her child, knelt down and asked Sarah, "What do you think they're saying?" .... and Sarah says in her small shy voice, "I don't know, I don't speak angel." There are some things you just can't make up, even if you tried, and only from children come the simplest truths. Makes perfect sense to me.... I don't speak Angel either.

- Gregory - (June, 2003)


I received [Angel Hair] Monday and had a chance to listen to the title track, played it Wednesday and received several calls. You have created a wonderful new sound deserving of all the airplay possible.

- Flying Man, WAWL, Chattanooga, TN (October, 2001) -

You are so blessed to be able to create such beautiful music, and the mixing and the total sound is heavenly! I'm so glad I met you and got to know your music. I intend to tell others.

- Liliane St. Clair, Pueblo, CO (December, 2001) -

Angel Hair has Gregory's original compositions, Baby Sleeping, Angel Hair and Slumber. As the titles suggest they are soothing, relaxing, quiet and gentle. The selections are lengthy for uninterrupted meditation, daydreaming or to help infants and children relax into slumber. Gregory does a melodic improvisation over the well known canonic bass line that defines the Pachelbel Canon in D. Pachebel's Daydream is unique and beautiful assistance into deep contemplation. Angel Hair will make an excellent gift for anyone who needs gentel relaxation in their lives.

- Anne Thiel, Mountain Luminary (Winter, 2001-02) –



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