Another day is done again. We have completed the tasks at hand. It’s the time to wind down and relax. Time to get ready to rest and recharge the “batteries” to continue our journey tomorrow. Music and Nature … the perfect combination.
For today, this is the “journey’s end”!
On his debut album, Journey’s End, Howard Ferré brings his original music to another stage creating an organic soundscape that takes the listener on a road through a rich universe of sound and emotion.
‘Journey’s End‘ fuses innovative musical facets of electronic, rock, and old world sounds, as well as melds several works with classical elements to form a mosaic of music both vivid and compelling.
Musicians find their way to ambient music along a variety of routes. Howard Ferré’s arrival here came via 25 years of doing sound design work for theater productions. It’s no surprise, then, that his debut CD, Journey’s End, works its way through a variety of scenes and moments, each with its own style and narrative. It’s a hard-to-pin-down disc that embraces spacey floats, so-cool jazz flavors and post-rock melodies with equal ease. For all the reach here, it’s a pleasure to say there aren’t any real misses. What’s more, Ferré lays out the work in an order that creates a sensible flow from airy to solid.
The Journey’s End CD (available on Amazon and ITunes), creates an organic soundscape that takes the listener on a road through a rich universe of sound and emotion. In it, Howard fuses innovative musical facets of electronic, rock, and old world sounds, as well as meld several works with classical elements to form a mosaic of music both vivid and compelling.
A beautiful garden, outside, perfect combination, air, vegetation, green …. and the pink continues!!
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“IOTD is image of the day, a concept I came up with. I teach visual meditative therapy – or in easy terms – a mini mental holiday. For some people it is very difficult for them to get their image right. I post an image a day for people to use in their mini mental vacay. Some are serious, some are silly, and some are just beautiful!”