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Acoustic, Classical, Electronic, Folk or Kirtan? With so many musical options, you're bound to find something that moves you both inside and out!

The right soundtrack can revitalize your routine, and take an already stellar session to even greater heights. You may notice some old favorites mentioned in the reviews below, but hopefully you'll also discover a new favorite to groove to.

So go ahead and check out the latest in CD reviews. And since nobody can see you, feel free to bust a move or two.

  1. The Silent Awakening
    Tina Malia is a stunning performer whose lead and backup vocals are the audio equivalent of pure sunshine. Up until now she had only recorded two CDs:
  1. Tibetan Groove
    This stunning and well-crafted album combines an exotic mixture of traditional and authentic Tibetan instruments set to a hypnotic mid-tempo pulse of
  1. Sacred Chants of India
    The visionary Sacred Chants of India is an enriching musical experience that reflects the extraordinary aspects of life behind the ordinary façade of
  1. Winds of Devotion
    Native American flute master R. Carlos Nakai and his counterpart on Tibetan flute, Nawang Khechog, create a meditative experience through their dual h
  1. Yoga Safari
    Deep rhythmic drums interlaced with lush orchestrations flow throughout Emmy Award-winning composer Marc Chiat’s Yoga Safari. A South African


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