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Discovering Eden - Limited Edition

by Wind Weaver

When the creative genius that is acoustic guitar artist, Paul Bezooyen meets the free spirited and mystical sound of Terry Mack playing the Native American Flute a mesmerizing listening experience emerges.
Genre: Easy Listening: Mood Music
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1. Dawn in the Garden
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2. Breathe With the Trees
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3. All Things Flow
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4. Phazing
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5. Very Merry Terry
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6. Delicate Balance
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7. Forgiveness
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8. Lazy Sundown
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9. Emergence (Return to Eden)
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This release of Discovering Eden has as a bonus, a Limited Edition Video Meditation. We have gathered many amazing and wonderful shots of our beautiful planet and including some truly wonderful shots from the heavens. These images are a backdrop to the flowing music of the Native American Flute weaving with the rich sounds of the acoustic guitar. There is a simple elegance to the combination of images and the music that creates space for you to simply breathe in with the absolute beauty of the images.

5 of the songs from the CD have been used in the creation of the DVD.

The DVD is only available as part of the CD/DVD package.

Wind Weaver's first CD, Wild Threads was nominated for the best instrumental CD category in the 2010 Vancouver Island Music Awards.

Reviews of Wild Threads, Wind Weaver's First CD
Tranquil World/Native American music
author: Sean B. and the Reviewer Team — Five Star rating given on CD Baby for Wild Threads

The acoustic duo, Wind Weaver, and their album “Wild Threads” is an album that uses the musical talents of the Native American flute, acoustic guitar, and percussion to paint serene pictures in the mind with relaxing and contemplative sounds. In “Fluid Ooze” the melodic flute gently frolics around the steady, yet subdued sounds of a drum creating an atmosphere of serene tranquility. In “Aerial Wandering” a rhythmic and catchy acoustic guitar riff starts the song before an emotive flute comes in to tell a story that will enlighten your senses. “Summer Clouds” is a song in which a sympathetic flute and guitar combine to produce a well balanced song that will take you away to a warm summer day. The music within this album is sweet and tranquil as the Native American flute and acoustic guitar merge to create a feeling of placid relaxation. Whether you appreciate the sounds of these instruments or enjoy calming background music, “Wild Threads” is an album you will thoroughly enjoy.

Half way through the first track, I actually hit EJECT on my CD player. Was this really the correct disc? Was it really Terry Mack’s
first “this is my music” CD??

Yes, the awesome music coming off this “Wild Threads” CD was from Terry Mack and Paul Bezooyen, two really accomplished and in-synch
musicians from British Columbia. The first tracks were so musical and enjoyable, I had to stop the CD (again) for my acid test …
Vera. Now my wife’s musical tastes were born out of a steady diet of rock and top 40′s music. So it’s a rare Native Flute or New Age
album that lites her fire. Half way through each of the first three tracks, I got exactly the same reaction from her … “WOW”.

And just when you think you’ve got the CD pegged … you hit track 4. The enigmatic name “Fluid Ooze” doesn’t really prepare you for
the Drum Jam and and NAF that completely changes the feel of the album.

Paul Bezooyen is a guitarist who *GETS* the Native Flute. He sets up the these gorgeous ostinato repeating patterns and great riffs, but the feel never gets far from that evening around-the-campfire atmosphere.

Terry is completely fearless when it comes to many things … changing tempos and feelings, at just the point where you mightwander. She is also not afraid of silence … dropping the flute away to let the guitar come forth.

Influences abound, as they should. Mary Youngblood and Mark Holland and Gary Stroutsos and Jeff Ball have all been infused into this music as well as Celtic and African cross-cultural influences.

If this is what these two can do for a first time out with a modest production, I *really* want to hear what happens next!

- Clint Goss



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