Take time to unwind from the hectic pace of todays busy lifestyles with the soundtrack taken from 'Relaxation Elements' a film inspired by the world of natural elements, designed to harmonize the soul. Relaxation Elements 'The Soundtrack' features twelve beautifully composed, original music scores, combining uplifting and reflective music with heavenly vocals and natural ambience. Each track compliments and instantly creates the perfect mood for relaxation. Close your eyes, and listen to the orchestration of Golden Sunsets, Lunar eclipes & mysterious sea rainbows. Ideal for stress therapy, meditation, relaxation & all creative visualization. As musical director for this project, I wanted to create a subtle thematic narrative that formed a journey through out the duration of the album. Ideally the listener should find themselves relaxed, yet focused within the soundscape itself, thus enabling them to consciously participate in the experience. And hopefully if that experience is to find oneself centred, relaxed and positively influenced then I have succeeded, where you take that, is then up to you. My personal thanks to go out to Denise Gordon for her emotive vocal talents, Mr Charles Sheinman for his unique orchestration skills, Mark Astill for his professionalism, Rob Lindsay & Kevin Cox for both their talents, time and support. I Hope you enjoy Stephen Wimpress 1: Sea of Tranquility (5min 50sec) Composed by Stephen Wimpress 2: Lullaby. (6min 06sec) Composed By Stephen Wimpress 3: Cirrus Strings. (4min 39sec) Composed by Kevin Cox 4: Never Alone. (6min16sec) Composed by Stephen Wimpress 5: Breath. (6min 08sec) Composed by Stephen Wimpress 6: Sea Rainbow. (4min 50sec) Composed by Charles Sheinman 7: The Thought. (4min 49sec) Composed by Stephen Wimpress 8: Rocky Shores. (3min 48sec) Composed by Stephen Wimpress 9: The Reef. (5min 03sec) Composed by Robert Lindsay 10: Tribal Flame. (4min 09sec) Composed by Stephen Wimpress 11: Cellular Strings. (3min 19sec) Composed by Stephen Wimpress 12: Plasma. (4min 10sec) Composed by Mark Astill.