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Tibetan Plateau / Sounds Of The Mothership

January 1, 2011 | Format: MP3

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I still have the tape that was given to me as a birthday present back in the 80's. It still does the same for me as it did then. I can't recommend it enough.

Great for slowing and settling the mood. Great for meditation. Great to help you go to sleep and awake refreshed.

If you buy this you won't be disappointed.
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Spooky music, best appreciated while meditating in the mountains. First caught this on the radio back in the early 90s, Musical Starstreams, I think the program was called, hosted, by Frank Forest. Lost the CD but am buying another one. I think Tibetan Plateau is Parsons best work. Some of his other CDs are a little too strange for me now. I just purchased Dorje Ling, for the second time; gave the first copy to my yoga teacher because she liked it so much. Lots of bells, chimes and ommms in that one. Sounds of the Mothership is not like that but has that high Himalayan effect that Parsons is famous for. So if you're a fat little monk whose fond of breathing above 18,000 feet, this CD will be perfect for you.
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When I first heard this music, on a poorly recorded tape back in the mid 80's, it was the closest electronic music had got to transmit the grandeur of the Himalaya. The CD edition of the same recording was in some ways a disappointment. While the quality of the sound improved, several recording of Sounds of Mothership were left out. Having said that, the recording stands out because it broke new ground.
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My favorite of his older music.
This is missing the songs "Voyage of the Mothership" (27:17) from Tibetan Plateau, the "Awakening" (6:28) from Sounds of the Mothership. Still glad they released this disc of some of his best.
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