Pure Moods, Vol. IV
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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
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EAN: 0724381208229
Feature: Pure Moods, Vol. IV by Virgin Records (2002-05-21)
Item Dimensions: 2550020550
Label: Virgin Records
Languages: EnglishPublishedSpanishUnknown
Manufacturer: Virgin Records
Model: 2131275
MPN: na
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: October 01, 2002
Publisher: Virgin Records
Release Date: October 01, 2002
Studio: Virgin Records

  • Pure Moods, Vol. IV by Virgin Records (2002-05-21)

Disc 1:
  1. November - Mythos
  2. Purify - Balligomingo
  3. Shadows In Silence - Enigma
  4. Silence - Delerium w/Sarah McLachlan
  5. Songs From A Secret Garden - Secret Garden
  6. One Man's Dream - Yanni
  7. Devotion - Jim Brickman
  8. Fields Of Gold - Eva Cassidy
  9. Garden of Eden - Govi
  10. Theme From Amelie
  11. The Sea - George Winston
  12. God Moving Over The Face Of The Water - Moby
  13. Main Title (Theme from Chocolat)
  14. Angel - Sarah McLachlan
  15. She Moves Through The Fair - B-Tribe
  16. This Love - Craig Armstrong
  17. River of Stars - Paul Schwartz
  18. When You're Falling - Afro Celt w/Peter Gabriel
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Pure Moods, Vol. IV [Audio CD] Various Artists; Mythos; Balligomingo; Enigma; Delerium with Sarah McLachlan; Secret Gard
More potpourri than unified high concept, the fourth installment in the Pure Moods series nevertheless provides an interesting collage of acts associated with techno, ambient, alt-pop, and New Age genres. For some listeners, that means the transition from the rhythmic mystical-ethereal vibe of the first four tracks (from Enigma, Mythos, Delerium, and Sarah McLachlan and a splendid piece from Balligomingo) to a trilogy from New Age romanticists ( Secret Garden, Yanni, and pianist Jim Brickman) may seem a little disjointed. Ditto for the segue from George Winston's impressionistic 1980 solo piano piece, "Sea," to a Steve Reich-like minisymphony from Moby). And the concluding Afro-Celt Sound System track, a spirited, mandolin-driven piece with Peter Gabriel on vocals, is a stylistic island unto itself. Still, most fans of easy-listening contemporary music (particularly the adventurous ones) should find this an agreeable assortment of music from artists who infuse their craft with stronger-than-usual spiritual and emotional subtexts. --Terry Wood

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