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Album: Further In Time
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6.7

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Total ratings: 437









Released: 2001
Length: 5:16
Plays (last 30 days): 1
(Instrumental)
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Absolutely transcendent
 sbegf wrote:
Anyone else want to hear this at red rocks?   :) 

 
Yes! 
Anyone else want to hear this at red rocks?   :) 

I like ACSS -- soothing. I like to do yoga and stretches while listening -- slows down everything. Thank you!


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Very much like it
Applying the dimo
Before playing, you got to put on a dimo (membrane). The dimo goes over the mokong hole (membrane hole). Other flutes around the world do not have a mokong hole, which is one of the unique parts about the chinese flute - you can choose the sound that it makes by changing the dimo.
 Otomi wrote:

Skip the meds. Climb the mesa and play the flute.
 
Hear, hear!

 ndad47 wrote:
i see myself on a mesa in the desert playing a flute listening to this song. i just have a light cloth around my waist. the wind is slightly blowing against the cloth.-excuse me i need to go take my medication and return to the real world
 
Skip the meds. Climb the mesa and play the flute.
i love everything this band puts together, and they get better with every album too
 bronorb wrote:
I think this song would be best listened to with some serious doobage!
I like it.
 
{#Rolleyes}   Why I'm sure no one listening here has a clue what you are talking about!  {#Wink}
                                      
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I think this song would be best listened to with some serious doobage!
I like it.
ndad47 wrote:
i see myself on a mesa in the desert playing a flute listening to this song. i just have a light cloth around my waist. the wind is slightly blowing against the cloth.-excuse me i need to go take my medication and return to the real world
Naw! You're sitting on the back porch, smoking a fine cigar and sipping 50 year old scotch. You're enjoying the cool evening zephyrs blowing thru' your hair. You're watching the Mourning Dove feed while they're cooing and having dinner on the ground. Mellow .......... say "Mellow" .......... can you say ........ "Mellow. What the hell! Tomorrow's Monday! Go away, I'm becoming one with the universe .....!" :meditate: :meditate: :meditate: :meditate:
ndad47 wrote:
i see myself on a mesa in the desert playing a flute listening to this song. i just have a light cloth around my waist. the wind is slightly blowing against the cloth.-excuse me i need to go take my medication and return to the real world
ndad47 wrote:
i see myself on a mesa in the desert playing a flute listening to this song. i just have a light cloth around my waist. the wind is slightly blowing against the cloth.-excuse me i need to go take my medication and return to the real world
As the flute lightly calls out "Yoo Hoo -- Boo Hoo", I creep slowly up the side of the mesa and gaze at the mystical sight of a strange living meat sack wearing only a diaper; windy flatulence fluttering the ocher buttcrack flap. And the flute continues to trill. Swiftly, I approach the flautist as he/she deterministically purses full lips upon the silver SakuHachi. I quickly channel Avril and Pink and Yoko and Bette .....
auburntigerrich wrote:
I dunno. I find ACSS to be very unique. Where else are you going to find a blend as diverse as them? They were thought to be the pioneers of this sound when they formed. On that note, I would like to hear some Kaya Project sometime. More of an Indian influence, but just as delcious. One of their better cuts from this album. Most Excellent.
Agree on all points.
i see myself on a mesa in the desert playing a flute listening to this song. i just have a light cloth around my waist. the wind is slightly blowing against the cloth.-excuse me i need to go take my medication and return to the real world
lathyris wrote:
You know, as much as I like the Afro Celts, there is a LOT of other music out there similar to this that doesn't get played. . .so why just this one "signature" band for the celtic-type music?
I dunno. I find ACSS to be very unique. Where else are you going to find a blend as diverse as them? They were thought to be the pioneers of this sound when they formed. On that note, I would like to hear some Kaya Project sometime. More of an Indian influence, but just as delcious. One of their better cuts from this album. Most Excellent.
You know, as much as I like the Afro Celts, there is a LOT of other music out there similar to this that doesn't get played. . .so why just this one "signature" band for the celtic-type music?
Sounds pretty cool, though through the intro I couldn't help but think we were approaching the climactic scene in a John Hughes movie.
Lovely. Been a long time. Fits well into the current instrumental set.
THIS IS COOL!
absolutely fantastic
Yet another lovely reason why RP is SO great !! :hug: :clap:
Personally, I can never get to much of Afrocelts,(as they now style themselves) quiet and meditative or rockin out. Just the kind of stuff I\'d be uploading, but Bill beat me to this one. :notworthy: :bounce: :notworthy: :bounce:
Nice to hear some Afro Celt Sound System on here. Might want to play some of the more complex upbeat tunes at some point though. A very nice meditative piece, but there are so many more that are just as good or better.
In the first 30 seconds or so, I liked it a lot and had high hopes that it would be adding more ideas as it went. Then, it didn\'t go anywhere else for the whole song. By the end, it was down to a 5.
Nice... very nice
Originally Posted by Platypus: for a band that I usally cant stomach at all, this is actually really pretty decent (although a bit too new agey perhaps)
Can't say I know that much about their music - and I typically don't care for NewAge, but this song is very good. Takes me somewhere...
for a band that I usally cant stomach at all, this is actually really pretty decent (although a bit too new agey perhaps)