Nicholas Gunn

Nicholas Gunn - 5 Albums (1994-2004)  Music

Posted by gribovar at April 6, 2015
Nicholas Gunn - 5 Albums (1994-2004)

Nicholas Gunn - 5 Albums (1994-2004)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue+log) - 1,5 GB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 544 MB | Covers - 817 MB
Genre: New Age | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Real Music, Gemini Sun Records

Classically trained, and with a reputation as one of the world's best selling flutists, Nicholas Gunn is in the upper echelon of contemporary instrumentalists. Having released over thirteen solo projects and selling over two million copies he is a double platinum artist. His music can best be described as a fusion of Native American and ambient/world music. He masterfully employs the guitar, piano, and percussion and infuses his beloved flute and other wind instruments extensively in most of his songs. Beautifully rhythmic, it deeply touches the heart, mind, and soul. Longing, nostalgia, and sentimentality are triggered by Gunn’s passion and respect for Native Americans and a purer and simpler way of life.

Nicholas Gunn - Under the Influence of Music (2016)  Music

Posted by varrock at Sept. 18, 2016
Nicholas Gunn - Under the Influence of Music (2016)

Nicholas Gunn - Under the Influence of Music (2016)
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | Tracks: 8 | 42:19 min | 100 Mb
Style: New Age, Ambient, Chillout | Label: Shotgunn Productions

Passion is that flow you feel when you know exactly what you’re supposed to be doing in life…Everything seems to fall together and the possibilities seem endless! Whether it’s surfing, making pottery, finding a cure for cancer or engineering the next skyscraper – passion, like love, consumes us and fills every cell of our being with purpose and creativity! There’s magic in the air everyone…Tap in, get in the flow, live and love like never before today! – Nicholas Gunn.

Nicholas Gunn - Thirty-One Nights (2012)  Music

Posted by gribovar at April 19, 2015
Nicholas Gunn - Thirty-One Nights (2012)

Nicholas Gunn - Thirty-One Nights (2012)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 330 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 131 MB | Covers - 59 MB
Genre: New Age | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Spring Hill Music (SHM6061)

Nicholas Gunn spent 31 nights deep in the jungle and on the beautiful shores of Mexico s Yucatan Peninsula. He watched ancient Mayan ruins shimmer against aqua blue waters, witnessed a reverence for a simpler way of life, and emerged with a newfound passion for music. Thirty-One Nights expresses the story of his journey. The real time connection of a scenic, tropical atmosphere gives reflective depth and balance to the 13 songs of serenity that waltz hand in hand with songs rich in auditory intensity. Beautiful acoustic instrumentals and vocals paired with flute are key elements that have made this recollection one of true excitement.
Nicholas Gunn - The Great Southwest [Original recording remastered] (2002)

Nicholas Gunn - The Great Southwest (2002)
New Age / World Fusion | Easy CD-DA / Flac & Cue, No Log | Cover included | 355 MB | MU
Audio CD: 2002 | Label: Gemini Sun Records

From listening to the amazing native vibes, joyful flute musings, and sweeping soundscapes of this popular new age artist over the last decade, there's no way you'd suspect he was born in England and makes his home in Southern California; he sounds totally steeped in the canyons and red rocks of the Southwest. And he's enjoyed taking his listeners for winding joyrides through the rugged landscape since Afternoon in Sedona was released in 1993. This is a wondrous retrospective of his six recordings, featuring familiar songs, reworkings of a few classics, and two brand new tracks. Those two fit in seamlessly into the unwinding journey. All tracks have been digitally remastered using 24-bit digital technology.
allmusic.com
Nicholas Gunn, Johannes Linstead, Loren Gold & David Arkenstone - Live (2008)

Nicholas Gunn, Johannes Linstead, Loren Gold & David Arkenstone - Live (2008)
MP3 320 kbps | 44,1kHz| 169 Mb
New Age, world music | 1CD

I first heard David Arkenstone several decades ago on a CD called In The Wake of the Wind and I became a fan. Then, maybe a decade ago, I came across flutist Nicholas Gunn doing a series of albums about the deserts of Arizona and the Grand Canyon, and I got hooked on him. About two years ago I heard an album by Johannes Linstead and found him to be one of the catchiest new modern flamenco guitar players to come along. I have never heard pianist Loren Gold before, but he apparently has a couple of CDs out and tours with pop acts.

Nicholas Gunn - Beyond Grand Canyon (CD&DVD) (2006)  Music

Posted by Omialfa at May 25, 2010
Nicholas Gunn - Beyond Grand Canyon (CD&DVD) (2006)

Nicholas Gunn - Beyond Grand Canyon (CD&DVD) (2006)
New Age / Instrumental | Easy CD-DA / Flac & Cue, No Log | Cover included | 5 % recovery | 305 MB | RS
DVD 9 | NTSC 16:9 (720x480) | MPEG-2 DVD | PCM 2.0, DD 5.1, DTS 5.1 | 75 min | 3.73 GB | 5 % recovery | RS
Audio CD & DVD: July 18, 2006 | Label: Gemini Sun Records

Beyond Grand Canyon is of a piece with all the albums he's released over the last decade or so, many of which have "Grand Canyon" somewhere in their titles. Favoring romantic harmonies and arrangements that border on Yanni 's terrain, Beyond Grand Canyon is on the lighter side of Gunn's oeuvre: often tending toward the sentimental, when a darker, more evocative touch might serve him better. Gunn plays flutes, stacks his voice in earthy, vaguely Native American-meets-Gothic choirs, and plays keyboards and percussion throughout the disc, accompanied sparingly by violinists (including Karen Briggs) and guitarists (including Johannes Linstead). Despite the Southwestern scenario, there's a surprising Celtic flavor to many of these tracks, including the title piece and "The Boneyard." And when it's not Celtic, Gunn brings a Latin and flamenco feel. On the companion DVD, the album tracks accompany a slickly produced slide show of Michael Fatali's color-saturated, painterly photographs, a vibrant, hyper-real Yang to Ansel Adams's stark and austere Yin…
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Nicholas Gunn - Journey To Yellowstone (2003)  Music

Posted by CrazyB at May 1, 2008
Nicholas Gunn - Journey To Yellowstone (2003)

Nicholas Gunn - Journey To Yellowstone (2003)
New Age | MP3 320 kbps | 98 MB

Nicholas Gunn - Afternoon in Sedona (1993)  Music

Posted by Conde Luna at Sept. 19, 2007
Nicholas Gunn - Afternoon in Sedona (1993)

Nicholas Gunn - Afternoon in Sedona (1993)
MP3 | 256 Kbps | 94,4 MB - APE | 3 parts / 292,9 MB
New Age / Instrumental | Artwork included

Nicholas Gunn - Beyond Grand Canyon  Music

Posted by neo-3 at April 9, 2007
Nicholas Gunn - Beyond Grand Canyon

Nicholas Gunn - Beyond Grand Canyon
MP3 | 256 Kbps | 96.5 MB
Genre: New Age

Favoring romantic harmonies and arrangements that border on Yanni 's terrain, Beyond Grand Canyon is on the lighter side of Gunn's oeuvre: often tending toward the sentimental, when a darker, more evocative touch might serve him better. Gunn plays flutes, stacks his voice in earthy, vaguely Native American-meets-Gothic choirs, and plays keyboards and percussion throughout the disc, accompanied sparingly by violinists (including Karen Briggs) and guitarists (including Johannes Linstead). Nicholas Gunn and Michael Fatali have collaborated their creative passions to share with you this unique Audio-Visual experience, which inspires and informs. The soothing power of the musical compositions resonate a spiritual movement and vibration, through an ancient symphony of creation and a twenty-five year odyssey of stunning imagery. It enlightens and lifts the human spirit up to the eternal connection we all share with the natural world. ~ Amazon.com

Nicholas Gunn - Return to the Grand Canyon  Music

Posted by neo-3 at April 9, 2007
Nicholas Gunn - Return to the Grand Canyon

Nicholas Gunn - Return to the Grand Canyon
MP3 | VBR Kbps | 85.5 MB
Genre: New Age

Return to Grand Canyon is a beautiful sacred album. It'll transport to spiritual and sacred zone. The tracks "Return to Grand Canyon" and "Flight of the Condor" are awesome. But, wait until you hear "Kaibab Forest": it is perfect, it couldn't have been done any better. It'll force you to close you eyes and make a connection with your higher consciousness and mother nature. I recently made a trip to the Canyon country in Utah and listened to this album while driving through the narrow and steep canyons. The effect was magical and I had to pull over frequently, close my eyes and submerge in the sacred zone. ~ Sharad Yadav, Amazon.com