Conscious Art and Music
Along with respected music producer, Alex Gibson, Kute has created a dynamic experience called Love Now, sure to change your life, and elevate your consciousness, with every listen. It is designed to make your soul groove, inspire your heart, light up your life, and bliss your body.
Moby explained that he initially recorded the music for himself, but decided the public should benefit from the relaxing tracks, as well. He wrote:“Over the last couple of years I’ve been making really, really, really quiet music to listen to when I do yoga or sleep or meditate or panic. I ended up with four hours of music and have decided to give it away.”
For Polish artist Mariusz Kędzierski, it would have been easy to give up on his dream of being an artist. After all, he was born without hands. But from a young age, he knew that he loved to draw. So, he taught himself how to sketch and never let his disability hold him back.
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George Michael, the silky-voiced English singer-songwriter who sold tens of millions of albums as a member of Wham! and on his own, was found dead on Sunday at his home in Goring in Oxfordshire, England. He was 53.
What an incredible way to honor a time past and celebrate this Christmas season! This awesome 1940’s musical flashback will really move you.
Many paths lead people along the long road to enlightenment – when one overcomes the difficulties of negativity in the world of duality. At the conclusion of the journey participants experience nothing but love. Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, service and devotion are examples of such paths to enlightenment. Today we introduce a new path… the road of sublime music!
Thanksgiving is a day to give thanks for our blessings. In Hallelujah, songwriter Leonard Cohen takes thankfulness to a whole other level. Let’s start by giving thanks to Leonard, who died two weeks ago at the age of 82, for bringing us such beautiful and meaningful song.
It’s great to strive to do your best, but when that feeling becomes a compulsion, when you lose sleep because some project didn’t turn out right, or when nothing you can do feels quite good enough, you have veered into the unhealthy territory of perfectionism.
By the time he released his first solo album, in 1970, he had already played on hundreds of songs as one of the top studio musicians in Los Angeles. He was in Phil Spector’s Wall of Sound Orchestra, and he played sessions for Frank Sinatra, Sam Cooke, Aretha Franklin, the Ventures and the Monkees, among many others. His piano playing is heard on “Mr. Tambourine Man” by the Byrds, “A Taste of Honey” by Herb Alpert, “Live With Me” by the Rolling Stones and all of the Beach Boys’ early albums, including “Pet Sounds.”