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Feet In The Soil CD, Import
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Drawing on inspiration from African drumming and Aboriginal chants, Asher has created a dynamic hybrid of danceable energies centered in the earth. Feet in the Soil's rhythms are bold and evocative, an exotic blend of traditional and world music influences. Guaranteed to get you up out of your seat!
About the Artist
James Asher is an internationally acclaimed recording artist, with a catalogue of over fifteen albums including the worldbeat/trance hit Feet In The Soil. One of the best selling artists in the world in the broadly defined 'New Age' arena of primarily instrumental music and often included in compilations of lounge/chill/world groove (including those of Buddha Lounge compiler Claude Challe), Asher has entranced millions of listeners with his uniquely engaging take on instrumental music.
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I suppose it taps into something 'primal', kind of like drum circles at concerts and such, when a bunch of folks get together and just start playing away on some drums until a rhythm is created and you start to dance. This album is a lot like that only it is much refined. But it is great, whether to help you on a drive or simply to take you away for a while.
As noted on the album, even Pete Townsend of The Who thinks Asher's music is great.