‘Even In The Breeze’ by Oliver Wakeman:~ Bluebell Woods/Grove Wood, Tring, Hertfordshire, England.
The Musical Journey draws jointly the musical influences of spirituality to unwind our inner self and build an enclosed earth of quiet, inspiration and enlightenment.
The Ridgeway is a ridgeway or ancient trackway described as Britain’s oldest highway. The part plainly determined as an ancient trackway extends from Wiltshire along the chalk ridge of the Berkshire Downs to the River Thames at the Goring Gap, component of the Icknield Way which ran, not normally on the ridge, from Salisbury Plain to East Anglia. The route was adapted and prolonged as a Countrywide Path, made in 1972. The Ridgeway National Path follows the ancient Ridgeway from Overton Hill, close to Avebury, to Streatley, then follows footpaths and areas of the historic Icknield Way by way of the Chiltern Hills to Ivinghoe Beacon in Buckinghamshire. The Countrywide Path is 87 miles (140 km) very long.
The Chiltern Hills form a chalk escarpment in South East England. They are acknowledged regionally as “the Chilterns”. A significant part of the hills was selected formally as an Spot of Excellent Organic Magnificence in 1965.
The Chilterns protect an location of 833 km2 (322 sq mi) and are 18 km (11 mi) at their widest and stretch 74 km (46 mi) in a southwest to northeast diagonal from Goring-on-Thames in Oxfordshire, by way of Buckinghamshire, through Dunstable Downs and Deacon Hill in Bedfordshire, to around Hitchin in Hertfordshire.
The boundary of the hills is clearly outlined on the northwest side by the scarp slope. The dip slope, by its mother nature, merges with the landscape to the southeast. Equally, the Thames provides a apparent terminal to the southwest, whereas northeast of Luton the hills drop slowly but surely in prominence.
The recording ‘Even In The Breeze’ composed and done by Oliver Wakeman is taken from the CD “Enlightenment & Inspiration”.
The CD is portion of a 3 CD established entitled “Divine Harmonies”, to pay attention to this and the other CDs in the established go to the web site below.
There are no even bigger boots to fill in Rock Music than those people of one’s legendary father but Rick Wakeman’s eldest son Oliver Wakeman has, between numerous other achievements, seamlessly substituted for his father in the two ‘Yes’ and ‘The Strawbs’. Oliver’s individual functions incorporate some specially commissioned new music showcased to complement classic poetry readings. Having played piano & keyboards due to the fact the age of five Oliver is now an accomplished multi-instrumentalist and award-profitable composer. Irrespective of whether the listener is transported to cavernous underground streams or wild open vistas the consequence is often a enjoyable, calming and thought provoking adventure towards a profound sense of very well being.
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