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Soothe (Surround Edition - DVD)
Style: Ambient, relaxing, melodic
|01: Sun Willow
|02: Time To Breathe
|04: Lucid Dreams
|05: The True You
|06: Blissful Moments
|07: Age of Tranquility
Surround music DVD mixed in Dolby Digital
5.1 surround sound. Playable in any standard
home DVD player connected to a surround sound setup. (No
special DVD-Audio player required.) Music created and mixed
in 5.1 surround sound for an even deeper sound relaxation
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Reviews for "Soothe":
- "At the end of a stressful
day, nothing is more recommended than listening to "Soothe".
This music is highly relaxing and you can feel it gently
flowing, carrying your spirit far away from this troubled
world. Patrick O'Hearn's funs will be delighted to listen
to this wonderful music. "
- Mircea Eugen Maritiu, Canada
- "In these eight themes
of atmospheric Ambient Music, Bjorn Lynne takes the audience
through a musical voyage along the heavenly shores. All
the pieces are a clear sample of the talent of the artist.
"Lucid Dreams" has an incomparable magic. "Sun
Willow" is most remarkable because of its great strength.
"The True You" has a very special emotional
warmth. The music is slow, yet not static, and has a certain
rhythmic structure. With respect to the instruments used,
the synthesizers have quite a leading role. Spontaneity
and sensibility would perhaps be the most adequate words
to refer to this work. "
- Pascual Jurado, Amazing Sounds Magazine
- "This work by Bjorn Lynne
is a beautiful space odyssey based on the use of synthesizers,
ideal to let imagination soar through unearthly worlds.
The cosmic style present in the album is melodic and symphonic,
often with spectacular orchestrations with synthesizers
and a certain romantic character though it doesn't fall
into an excessive sweetness. If the audience pays an adequate
attention, don't wonder if you feel the entire starry
universe open up before your eyes."
- Virginia Tamayo, Spain
- "I have been (rather belatedly)
getting into Harold Budd and Brian Eno recently, and 'Soothe'
brings to mind both of these artists - maybe not quite
so abstract as some of Eno's sound landscapes, but a relaxing
journey through time and space nonetheless. Inspiring
and highly recommended."
- Mark Lamb, England
- "This music is nothing
short of magnificent!! It is extremely soothing and relaxing.
It's downright awesome. I love it. This crazy world needs
to march to this one & it would calm down and
live again. It's better than a drink, a good nights sleep,
medication or anything else I can think of to take the
edge off a stressful day and help us escape to somewhere
far away. There are not enough words to describe it!!
Thank you for sharing it with the world! We need more
like it!" - S.E.
- "A truly unique, magical
& only complete soothing rythmic music in the world.
Soothe makes you feel energetic, fresh & inspires
you internally. Soothe is a precious musical gem Bjorn
Lynne has offered this world. Bjorn's Soothe has a power
to touch our souls plus a magical touch to reduce our
mental stress. Soothe true to its name is a unique work
we must all praise & support."
- Gaurav Akrani, India
- "Phenomenal! Smoothly presented
and a rare find. I can be totally exhausted and virtually
dead to the world. Start "Soothe" and not only
do I start feeling energetic but a deep sense of wonder
and excitement grows. Reminds of water flowing from waterfalls
to ocean waves full of energy but flowing ever so softly.
Thanks Bjørn Lynne."
- David Bokon, USA
- "Soothe" is definitely
one of the most interesting albums recorded by Bjorn.
No sc-fi, no fantasy, no dance... just calm and relaxing
melody. More than an hour of total chill-out. Tracks slowly
fade one to another and you won't probably even notice
when the disc ends, leaving you in a great mood after
all. I would recommend listening to this album at the
end of a hard day, but be careful: with "Soothe"
the time flies by imperceptible. -
Taras Brizitsky, Russia