Sacred Stone

by Duff Egan

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James Mitcham
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James Mitcham Sacred Stone weaves and meanders, waxes and wanes, and brings new overtones and textures with each pass- all without straying from its sonic message. Duff is somehow able to thread the aural needle through subtlety and rich atmosphere transformations. Complex, warm and engaging. Definitely check this one out. Favorite track: E.M.P..
Liquid Faith
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Liquid Faith Sacred Stone is one of Duff Egans most meditative works. The first 3 tracks are all long slow drift tracks that one feels totally at one with the quiet earth. Almost hypnotic and translucent. The last track (my favorite) is darker in nature as if the stone has been lifted and you descend into the earth. The track changes in the middle and becomes almost motionless, then slowly rises as if emerging into a new world of majesty and brilliance. This is healing music for the soul. Favorite track: E.M.P..
Brian Bourassa
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Brian Bourassa A numbing & assuring calmness or stillness awaits at the onset of this album, with the track "Can Life Prevail?" A subtle pounding/beating, like a heart is a clue to the answer to the tracks question. A short dawning or rising follows in track 2 and leads us into more calm wonder in tracks 3 & 4. Favorite track: Can Life Prevail?.


the first two weeks of profits from Sacred Stone were donated to the Sacred Stone camp

to a total of $41

"No man lives within his own psychic sphere like a snail in its shell, separated from everybody else, but is connected with his fellow-men by his unconscious humanity."

- Jung


released February 20, 2017

Produced by Duff Egan
mastered by Brian Elgin at Sentient Sound Labs
photo and graphic design by Brian Bourassa
Black Dingo Records 020



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