I always try to be 'constructive' in any criticism that I may make about anyhting - be it a CD, a Play, Book etc.
But regretably I am unable to offer any 'positive or redeeming' comments about this particular CD, which is meant to contribute towards one's relaxation. This is 'Cheesey' at best....so much so that I don't wish to waste time - as I have money on this.
What I can recommend as far, far better alternatives, that should you want a CD of relaxation music, really do have some substance:
Buddhist Chants & Peace Music (Music for reflection and relaxation from the far east)
Howard Goodall's "Enchanted Voices"
Jonathan Goldman's "Ultimate Om"
Jon Anderson's "Angels's Embrace"
Coyote Oldman's "Landscape"
Coyote Oldman's "In Medicine River"
Nigel Shaw's "Dartmoor Journey"
Taith's "Now & Then"
Alan Stivell's "Renaissance Of The Celtic Harp"
With the exception of the first suggestion, none have been specifically for 'relaxation', but ALL do the job far bteer than this Cheesey offering.