New Age Stars Radio

There’s nothing like some fresh air. Mannheim Steamroller’s 1975 debut album Fresh Aire I is like the first warm wind of spring, bringing with it the feeling of change, growth…

Andreas Vollenweider’s album from 1981 is just as colorful as the title implies; Behind the Gardens, Behind The Wall, Under the Tree. It became an instant success and made Vollenweider…

In order for art to develop, artists have to create something totally new and different. It might not be recognized as revolutionary at first, but suddenly everyone sees that this…

Paul Horn’s Inside the Taj Mahal from 1968 is considered to be the second New Age music album released, after Tony Scott’s Music for Zen Meditation and other Joys (1964). Inside…

It is easy to pinpoint what in Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells (1973) that labels it as a progressive rock album. The obvious jazz, folk and classical influences, and the instrumental…