8 thoughts on “ (silence) - Jhelisa - Language Electric (CD, Album) ”

  1. Silence I + II is a double CD of, well, silent music from, well, Silence (Pete Namlook and Dr. Atmo).These discs feature acoustic and electronic minimalism with a European flair. Namlook is certainly a pioneer and a veteran e-music performer. Atmo has been around the block more than once, as well. These compositions are soft and gentle, with organic textures and smooth timbres.
  2. Apr 07,  · After a long absence, Jhelisa finally returns with A PRIMITIVE GUIDE TO BEING THERE. And while this album doesn't reach the heights that LANGUAGE ELECTRIC achieved, it's still quite an accomplishment. The gospel stomper, "Freedom's Land," quickly morphs into a more thoughtful and melancholy track, while maintaining the percussive movement/5(2).
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  4. Original Silence discography and songs: Music profile for Original Silence, formed September Genres: Free Jazz, Noise Rock, Free Improvisation. Albums include The First Original Silence, The Second Original Silence, and The Blasting Concept.
  5. Aug 16,  · Provided to YouTube by A-Train Entertainment Language of Silence · Deuter Koyasan: Reiki Sound Healing ℗ New Earth Records Released on: Composer: Georg Deuter Music Publisher: Shiva.
  6. Album Artist La Loi du Silence [Digital] Johnny Hallyday: Mastering: Les Fleurs du Bien: Pascal Obispo: Mastering: Language Electric: Jhelisa: Mastering: Now & Live: Paul Rodgers: Digital Mastering.
  7. 1. In the silence of the heart you speak, and your mercy is the air I breathe. You come to me in whispers and forgiveness sings. In the silence of the heart you speak; Lord, you speak. 2. To the quiet of this room you come; I am captivated by this love. You light these darkened corners, and I’m overcome. To the quiet.

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