Jim Donovan's work on Indigo is by no means something ment to dance around to, or to listen to on your way to work, however, it is an excellent album for it's purposes. In Indigo, Jim Donovan has created a trance-enducing mix of ancient Shamanistic instruments with Vedic chants. The music continues uninterupted in one long, hour-long track that is intended for use as a tool in relaxation, or in meditation. The music is the same for the entire length of the album, however, for anyone that has attempted deep meditation through the aid of such music, it will be understood that this is a greater boon than it would first appear.
Like I said, while it's true that you aren't going to feel like dancing around with a big, shiny grin on your face well...maybe...) to this music as you might listening to Jim Donovan's work with Rusted Root, if you listen to this album in the state of mind and for the purposes suggested by Donovan in the liner notes, you will definetly enjoy everything that this album has to offer.
~~~~~love is a delightful intoxication of the nervous system~~~~~
love! cory, the blissed out, tree hugging hippie punk! :-)