Lynch's newest album features 3 exciting new songs —
the upbeat and quirky Ralph's Rhapsody
a playful and carefree piece named for a field mouse who resided
in Ray's studio as he wrote the song. The Music of What Happens,
with spirited soaring violin improvisations and lots of rhythm,
and a wild and crazy dance remix of Celestial Soda Pop
at the end of the album. All 3 songs showcase Ray's musical
album also includes 9 of Ray's favorite songs, all digitally
re-mastered from Deep Breakfast, No Blue Thing,
The Sky of Mind, and Nothing Above My Shoulders but the Evening.
Add audiophile quality to the mix and you may hear things
you've never heard before. . . ! The liner notes are extensive
and informative, and give a lot of insight into what went
into the music as it was being created.
album that went platinum, with music you'll recognize from
radio, television, and broadcast around the world during the
Olympics. Happy, effervescent, and rich with romantic, melodic
themes and playful arrangements, Deep Breakfast
is a classic, and the first independently produced album to
be certified Gold, then Platinum, by the R.I.A.A., and won
Ray Lynch one
Award for Artist of the Year in his genre.
Celestial Soda Pop, The Oh of Pleasure,
Falling in the Garden, Your Feeling Shoulders,
Rhythm in the Pews, Kathleen's Song,
Pastorale, and Tiny Geometries.
the music of imagination with this engaging lyrical and emotional
album that won Ray 2
Awards: Album of the Year and Artist of the Year for his genre
and has sold over 400,000 albums.
melodies that sparkle and dance with emotional honesty in
songs like Clouds Below Your Knees,
Here & Never Found, Homeward At Last,
and No Blue Thing. Enjoy the free
spirited tempo of The True Spirit of Mom and Dad,
and move into more sublime spaces with Drifted in a Deeper Land,
and the beautiful Evenings, Yes.
My Shoulders but the EveningWith
Members of the San Francisco Symphony
poetic title invites us to listen without the intervention
of our minds getting in the way and showcases Ray's classical
music training. This lovely album offers a musical depth and
emotional richness and marks the completion of a major phase
of his artistic work.
haunting melodies with songs Her Knees Deep in Your Mind,
The Vanished Gardens of Cordoba,
Passion Song, Only An Enjoyment,
Ivory, Mesquite, and Over Easy,
with members of the San Francisco Symphony on flute, English
horn, oboe, solo strings, guitars, piano, brass, and Ray's
trademark richly textured keyboards.
Click on album cover to hear
The Sky Of
Lynch's debut album — Available for download only
the soft classical undertones with Ray Lynch's debut album
The Sky of Mind, filled with
rich, evocative strings, flute, cello, violin, recorders,
and piano. Soft Tibetan bells usher in the first composition
Quandra, a soothing movement of rare beauty,
followed by Good News and Green Is Here,
The Temple, Too Wounded,
by word-of-mouth alone, The Sky of Mind became an underground
success, setting the stage for the Platinum award winning
album Deep Breakfast. A favorite for meditation,
relaxation, and healing therapies.
in 1982, Truth is the Only Profound
has circulated for years in
bootleg editions and worn out cassettes. Features the radio
popular What to Remember to Be Happy
recited by a 7 year old child. An
unusual collection of Ray's trademark melodic music with potent
readings from his spiritual teacher, Samraj Adi Da.