Back to the Garden reflects a yearning for -- and/or a return to -- simpler times. Dean Evenson and Tom Barabas have created a set of psychoactive compositions that tunes to the simplicity of the new age -- spiritually and holistically. Evenson and Barabas embrace all the qualities of the holistic new age with no hesitation and no shame. This disc's only drawbacks -- if, indeed, they are drawbacks -- are its steadfast dedication to its purpose and its sincerity. Both of these artists have true desires for their music to reach and, ideally, to heal the world.
So, if every listener allows it to heal his or her corner of the world and shares it with one other person, it is achievable, albeit exponentially mind-boggling. This special disc will appeal to fans of Lisa Lynne, Susan Craig Winsberg, Riley Lee, and Stan Richardson.
|What Grass Is This We Lie Upon||Dean Evenson feat: Tom Barabas||4:45|
|Gypsy Behind the Shrubbery||Dean Evenson feat: Tom Barabas||4:17|
|Come and See My Stamen||Dean Evenson feat: Tom Barabas||5:02|
|Change the Stream||Dean Evenson feat: Tom Barabas||4:39|
|Droplets of Water||Dean Evenson feat: Tom Barabas||3:33|
|Back to the Garden||Dean Evenson feat: Tom Barabas||5:03|
|Harpin on the Sunlight||Dean Evenson feat: Tom Barabas||4:08|
|Soft Petal||Dean Evenson feat: Tom Barabas||6:19|
|Mysty Morning Light||Dean Evenson feat: Tom Barabas||5:27|
|Dew Bee Dew||Dean Evenson feat: Tom Barabas||6:11|
|Bedding on the Future||Dean Evenson feat: Tom Barabas||5:36|