Friday, August 22, 2014

CD Review: The Exploration Of "Beautiful Earth" Gets Enhanced By The Sounds Of Bella Gaia

The world renown music of Bella Gaia is finally being released on their first album entitled "Beautiful Earth." After years of showcasing their music in a live setting, using NASA's images of earth and space and providing the soundtrack to unearthly exploration, Bella Gaia are ready to capture your attention. The new thirteen song release begins with the first steps of the journey with the build up of the "Living Universe." The music allows your mind to drift off into the far-off reaches of space and time as the music of "Orbital" soothes as much as unlocks the imagination. The album's lead single "Ocean's Blood" plays into every sense of hearing as the instrumentation swirls around your head as you feel swept away. The gentle string sounds of "Takeda Lullaby - Inner Space" is ambient music at its finest, while the band get a little jazzy with the sounds of "New York City," one of the few songs with a vocal chorus. Bella Gaia introduces you to the electronic appeal of the "Biosphere Pulse," before closing with the six-and-a-half-minute exploration world music piece, "Bella Gaia."

Bella Gaia have four upcoming events that they will be performing at, beginning October 7th at the Crystal Bridges Conference in Alaska. To find out more about Bella Gaia and their debut album "Beautiful Earth," please visit

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