Filmmaker Jon Braely used 11 cuts from five Yellow Bell CD's for the soundtrack to his documentary The Empty Mind. The film won "Best Florida Film" in the 2004 Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FliFF). The twelfth piece features Richard Brookens on the Dizi (Chinese bamboo) flute, Clay Pot, Shekere, and Indian Brass Bells. This is the one new piece: (Mushin) - never released before - composed and performed by Richard as Yellow Bell. This CD is a Yellow Bell sampler that represents the best of the relaxing, meditative music from five Yellow Bell CDs -; Jazz/World Fusion: Svadharma, bamboo dynasty, Kundalini Meditation: Sa Ta Na Ma, Meditation/Relaxation: Lake Melva Meditation and Rain Trance..
If you have yet to experience Yellow Bell's music this would be a great introduction to an emerging catalogue of fine spiritually engaging acoustic music for the discerning ear.[Enlightened Practice Magazine, JR Lakini Ehrenfeld]
Reviews of the Yellow Bell CDs the soundtrack uses:
a rich listening experience ... Outstanding[Bill Binkelman, Wind & Wire Magazine, New Instrumental Music and Interviews.]
a beautifully transparent soundscape. ... so serene and peaceful that it immediately takes you into a meditative spaceJaime Ehrenfeld, Feb/March, 2004 Enlightened Practice Magazine]
The original music, by Richard Brookens... is powerful...[Arlene McKanic, Greenwich Village Gazette]
To download the tracks below or the entire Yellow Bell CD of 'The Empty Mind', go to the download page on the top bar here or Richard Brookens / Yellow Bell Music on FaceBook.
|Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo|
|Yellow Bell Pop|
|Rain Forest Cave|
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