CD Review: Dean Evenson – “Relaxation Zone” 2012 (Soundings of the Planet)

New Age musician and composer Dean Evenson takes his relaxation music in new directions in his newest release, Relaxation Zone. For this newest endevour Evnson puts down his flute, which has been a staple of his sound for well over 30 years and composes piano and keys for this album that still resonates with ambient healing and relaxing melodies. Music from start to finish, 64min run time with ten tracks, is very soothing, ambient, and lives up to the name of the CD, music that brings you to that stillness within, that relaxation zone where you find peace and love.

For me, this music fits in great when I’m cooking a nice dinner or cleaning up. The music brings you to a calmer place then what your daily schedule of work, kids, bills and over all stress can do to you. I could definitely hear this playing in the background at a yoga studio, a massage therapy session, walking outside amongst nature or the pleasures of spending time with your loved one.

Helping out Evenson on this CD is Sounding of the Planet engineer and viola Phil Heaven, Jason Harling on percussion and Evan Perman, which brings a slow and steady trance effect with his didgeridoo, as well as Earth Resonance Frequency (ERF) for deeper relaxation.  The cd notes also  steps to help one find that relaxation and to help with the stress in our lives. For more information on this CD as well as other Evenson CD’s please visit
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“Find the time to relax and love this life we have been given and you will find your true self.”
– Dean Evenson

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