Wood Over WaterDean Evenson
Listen to Track Samples:
|Wood Wind Whirl|
|Spirit of the Wind|
|Grounded in the Light|
|Wooden It Be Nice|
|Listening to the Heart|
|Patterns of Becoming|
|Wave Cresting Canyon Wall|
|Wind Water Flow|
Experience the warm, resonant tones of the wood flute merge with gentle sounds of water on Wood Over Water, by Dean Evenson.
This album weaves a relaxing tapestry of deep inner peace. This massage music is the perfect choice for spa, massage, meditation and reading. Soothing flute melodies, soft drumbeats and rattles invoke the spirit of nature - creating a tranquil mood.
Wood Over Water creates the perfect sound environment for massage and many other healing modalities. The music is an ideal background for a spa experience or for sacred healing word, yoga and meditation. We dedicate this music to the original people of this land and their descendents; In gratitude for the unique and innovative design of the Native American flute.
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Dean Evenson is one of the true visionaries of the Ambient/New Age musical genre–a prolific musician and composer, an entrepreneur, media pioneer and the co-founder of Billboard-charting independent music label, Soundings of the Planet.
At every turn, Evenson’s life has taken bold steps in new and exciting directions. The success and pioneering nature of his creative work attest to a dynamic personality and a life-long commitment to the positive evolution of life on this planet in relationship with the natural and spiritual world. Evenson’s story is that of an artist, technological innovator, broad-minded thinker–a modern-day Renaissance man.
Music, nature and spirituality were a part of Evenson’s life from a very early age. Growing up in Staten Island, New York as part of a musical, church-going family, Dean learned to play flute and piano, and played and sang in all types of school, church and community orchestras, bands and choirs. His affinity for music also found expression in a deep, abiding love of nature. Borrowing his elder brother’s recording equipment, Dean would often place a microphone outside his bedroom window to capture the crash of thunderstorms. While on an early bird-watching trip with the pastor of his church, Dean learned to appreciate the wonderful, musical complexity of bird-songs. From that point on, music, nature and spirituality became the primary threads with which Evenson wove the fabric of his life.
“You don’t notice those things when you’re young unless they’re pointed out to you. Hearing them for the first time like that changed my whole perspective on what nature was and what I thought about sound.” - Dean Evenson