Simple Treasures by Jeff Gold
I love music. I’m listening to music from the time I get up in the morning until I get out of my car at the end of the work day. Sometimes I need to listen to music that allows me to relax and that I’m not actually singing to or listening to words. That’s when I like to turn on Simple Treasures by Jeff Gold. You may recall that I reviewed another Jeff Gold work, Sleep Well for Kids – Under the Sea that he collaborated with hypnotherapist, Janet Montgomery on, and which I’m giving away on 5/1/15.
The 12 tracks are all about 4 or 5 minutes long and are filled with guitar, piano, violin, and relaxing melodies. The whole CD is just about an hour long. There’s enough movement in the music so that you can listen to it in the car while fighting traffic. The tunes themselves have repetitive phrasing with nuances in the music for interest.
Simple Treasures would be a good CD to have playing at a spa, during a yoga class, or while meditating. You might have it playing in a waiting room or therapist’s office. It would make a lovely gift for a friend, a nice nap soundtrack for a child, or something to play to quiet a child down for the evening before bed. A personal favorite, First Snowfall, reminds me of walks in the falling snow as a child.
Jeff’s own biography on his website JeffGoldMusic.com says,
Jeff’s very special nephew, Russell, became a big fan of these soothing instrumentals because they help to calm him and make him “feel better”. Russell then passed his uncle’s music on to his other friends on the autistic spectrum who also enjoyed it and found it made them “feel better” too.
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