Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by MtnGoat, Jun 24, 2017.
Snowy Range, The Medicine Bow National Forest, Wy. ~10,000'
Wowiwow!!! Man !! I so want to go travel
Too hot down here. I'm heading back up soon (Big Horns)
Thats a happy bee going to listen to one of your track this morning, I may find some time to draw today got many thing going...
..... and faithful flowers.
Now that's a big bee!
Yeah... well you should see the ones in the mtns of Arizona. They are very thorough and persistent and when I was living our of my car a swarm passed through the camp area. They were around for about two days. I would have dozens and dozens around the picknick bench and in the car. I didn't really have a problem with them except they were getting into evreything; stuck in garbage bags - bee rescues of those trapped. I smudged them out of the car and they were quite cooperative in leaving. I would say. We hung out together... ya know.
On the other hand the odd 3 gals traveling in two RVs about 150 ft away, well...they started to try and swatt them. Do you believe that! They attacked a swarms and bees (rolling the floor laughing outloud). They got stung a bunch.
Anyway the bees moved on which was welcome.
Spot with the bee pals....
I don't know why anyone would try to swat bees.
What a stupid thing to do.
People do really stupid stuff... just know, just need more force.
By as I said, rolling on the floor laughing outloud. The bees were actaully pretty cool dudes.
I added more hemi-sync music to the website's media player, found in the Blog Menu - upper right hand corner of the website pages.
If one browses to the media player, selects music, and does not leave that page, the player will work continously as a playlist.
I've loaded several pieces from two albums. The first album added is Path to Peace by John Gregorius. I've also added Dreamcatcher by Don Peyote and Naaska. That album is sleep hemi-sync (55 minutes long). Both albums are best listened to when one can relax, lay down, and able to listen to the music. I don't know how well the hemi-sync works through the player, but the listener gets to hear whether the music is worth purchacing. There are more coments in the Favorite Hemi-Sync page, but this is best heard through the player.
As an aside, if the reader is interested: I often find these albums while at TMI. During a course, at each hemi-sync session, background music is played until everyone gets to their CHCK unit and turns on their ready light. So one gets to sample a lot of music listening that way. However, as with all gotchas, TMI often plays the best few minutes from an album. As a result one may end up buying an ablum that isn't that great except for the few minutes -|). From the 5 albums or so, I found the two ablums listed her to be great. Sometimes one gets duds.
Note to be listened to while driving.
Cool, thanks MtnGoat!
I'll hop over and have a listen.
I have to agree with your view of John Gregorious, absolutely awesome tracks.
The other one I keep coming back to is cloudscapes. The bit you find shrill I rather like as it reminds me of a train on the tracks(trains being transition effects).
The one I'm listening to as I type is celestial meditation. Just fab!
Yeah John's guitar work is really excellent. I cut out the initial minutes that i find shrill in Cloudscapes. I like Celestial Med, but like Convergence slightly more
Check out the Native American media player below, a6 least the first song
Thanks, will do. I'm just listening to rob Monroe dreamcatcher 2. Awesome track. I think I'll have to buy that one
Yeah DeamCatch is great.
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