Hotel Tara 2 : The Intimate Side of Buddha-Lounge

Hotel Tara 2 : The Intimate Side of Buddha-Lounge

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Product Description

Welcome back to the exclusive resort where your soul can unwind and you can replenish body, mind and spirit. Come on in, take up residence and chill-out to a sensuous new set of global grooves with the perfect blend of entrancing rhythms, mystical vocals and an exotic array of ethnic instruments from the world’s best sonic mixologists. Create a hip atmosphere with this luscious non-stop mix of the freshest sounds around, carefully handpicked by our award-winning DJs, the Gordon Brothers (Buddha-Lounge, Café de Luna). Featured global lounge mystics include: Achillea, Marcator, Jens Gad, Peter Mergener The Moontrane Conductors, Hands Upon Black Earth, Steve Gordon, Win Meyerson, Opera-to-Relax and Jaya Lakshmi. Kick back and settle in for a magical ride where ancient cultures and modern beats combine into an enticing musical brew. Ideal for yoga and the perfect background for entertaining or just relaxing at home.

Dubbed the “Intimate Side of Buddha Lounge,” Sequoia Groove’s “Hotel Tara” series echoes the latter’s proclivity for high quality global grooves, only with the mellowness factor increased tenfold. David & Steve Gordon, resident mixmasters on this ambient excursion, cherry-picked a simply luscious collection down-tempo gems for your lounging pleasure, chilled to the point of transcendent bliss. The opening track, “Navajo” from Jens Gad is a prime example of what you can expect across the board – sensual rhythms, a sea of fluid synthesizers and sublime melodies that bubble up here and there with the effervescence of club soda. Achillea’s “Shears from Scar” evokes a sunrise over the beaches of Ibiza and Win Meyerson’s “Samsara” finds a balance between corner jazz club chic and Asian mysticism. Great addition to the series! ” – Music Design in Review


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