Dancing Clouds
Soothing musical grooves with embedded alpha relaxation pulses

Mbira, doumbek, shakers, harmonium, saz, oud, and gongs draw you into flow and clarity.
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Mick Rossi is a celebrated pianist, composer, percussionist, conductor, and arranger. On Dancing Clouds, Mick blends light alpha waves pulses created by sound healer Dr. Jeffrey Thompson into vivid, evocative, and mellow layers of melody and rhythm performed on keyboards, mbira, doumbek, shakers, harmonium, strings, saz, oud, and gongs. A truly unique journey into tranquil musical spaces. Your body will enjoy the gentle rhythms while your mind is drawn into free flow and clarity.

Light alpha waves are the brainwaves that people naturally produce in states of alert relaxation. Dr. Thompson has developed unique ways to combine these light alpha pulses with musical soundtracks. After a few minutes of listening, your own brainwaves “lock” onto the pulses and lead you effortlessly to what is sometimes referred as “the zone,” where your body naturally relaxes and your mind rests in a place of centered calm, quiet focus, and sublime clarity.

Mick Rossi—a member of the Philip Glass ensemble—has been heard with numerous artists including Kelly Clarkson, Roger Daltrey, Hall & Oates, Jewel, Randy Newman, Dave Douglas, Wadada Leo Smith, and Carly Simon. His Broadway credits include The Who’s "Tommy,” “Jekyll and Hyde,” and “The Full Monty,” among others. He has appeared on PBS, Lifetime, VH1, MTV, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and The Late Show with David Letterman.

Dr. Jeffrey Thompson's clinical research with thousands of patients has led to groundbreaking discoveries in how sound frequency patterns built into musical soundtracks can alter states of consciousness and induce mind-body healing. His audio programs are used by Fortune 500 companies, healthcare professionals, and individuals worldwide.



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Review for Dancing Clouds Review by Victoria Jarvis


I love this CD. It's very relaxing and I feel like I could be dancing on the clouds Excellent (Posted on March 22, 2012)

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Review for Dancing Clouds Review by Marjorie Montufar


This was great for my slow flow class the beats were consistent with the movements. (Posted on March 22, 2012)

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Contents 1 Audio download (1 hour)
Filetypes M4A, MP3, PDF, WAV, ZIP
Date Published February 01, 2007
ISBN-13 978-1-60297-129-5
Product Code RC06414W