60 Minute Relaxation Music

"Echoes of the Heart"

by Artist "John Salat"

Contemporary Electronic Instrumental
World Sounds for Relaxation

  (NAC Programming)
"Echoes of the Heart" is an inventive contemporary instrumental recording of electronic world music.
The Relaxing yet sophisticated sounds stirs the
imagination for listeners thereby blending in any environment of work, home or travels in the car for a Zen tranquil moment.
Available on CD, download as a whole album or
by individual tracks on itunes, emusic and other
download services to listen or purchase


Media Review Stats

Over 500 radio stations played "Echoes of the Heart"
both at national and international airwaves. Most stations
played with high  frequency and one commercial broadcast
rated at the top "Most Frequent Played Album"


John Salat was interviewed on three television stations
-- KDOC-TV, Channel 56, "SOUTH LAND TODAY"

Over 40 publications including magazines and newspapers
have written
"Echoes of the Heart" throughout the country



John Salat,  who besides being a musician  and  composer  is  also  an licensed architect, which  seems  to  show  through  in  his  exquisite  sonic  constructions  and  his minuets to detail. He refers to himself as an architect of music with fund of short burst of sound, using a sparkling quality range from mystical to effervescent.

“By using music to implement space, I can create sounds which are visual palettes of color, taking listeners on a global journey to evoke inspiration and peace. An experience I call, ‘Echoes of the Heart,'” concludes Salat. "When I'm in the studio writing music, I visualize myself standing underneath a waterfall,” Says John."

Whether being a published musician or architect, Salat turns his boundless ener
gies to composing musical streams of consciousness. The peaceful mood through these mediums builds sculpture with a rich myriad of emotions. Mixing these moods of rhythms contains a consistent tonal imagery of lush landscape; a spirit of visual and audio massage.

His exploration from the album “Echoes of the Heart” combines ancient instrumentation with modern-day digital technology. The resulting 60 minute soundscape is a panoramic vista blending African Amazonian and Far Eastern with aural punctuation to add a topspin to underlying dense dreamy textures. "Every song has its own destiny, as my composition of flow carries and weaves each track into a consciousness smoothed stream of sounds.” explains Salat.

Salat who grew up in a family of world art collectors, is a visual artist as well specializing in large-scale impressionistic Zen paintings. As a youth, Salat played woodwinds and folk guitar graduating to classical guitar in college. But, the real turning point came when he began listening to New Age Music as an antidote to long hours spent in the office.

Currently John is expanding to tap into new conscious innovations through many mediums of healing; thus soul provoking to awaken peace. John’s goal is rising human tranquil awareness. With these influences, John already has been successfully published as a Zen multi-media artist. John’s meditative medium(s) have appeared in numerous newspapers, magazines, radio programs and television.

John knows firsthand how affected we are by aesthetics and the “energy flow” that meshes with nature’s easily flowing system. With this energy flow through his media, he expanded his work literally hands-on into energy medicine disciplines. In this healing work, John Salat’s clients include well-known actors, producers, writers, politicians and holistic health practitioners, both in the U.S. and abroad. As a certified transformational leader, he offers new insights, emotional healing and soul integration through public speaking and facets to multidimensional energy healing work.

Now a book author, his latest inspirational release “Tao Art of Flow” is publicly available

It is not unusual when participating in John’s activities or being part of his artistic creativity that serendipity occurs. His inspired mediums package his own signature through his meditative music, tranquil paintings, and Zen architecture. Blog or for more visit
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Professional Media Quotes

"John has done an excellent job of engineering and producing this CD.” - Michael Laskow, Recording Magazine

"John Salat is an architect that makes beautiful music...A musician of  artistry." - TV interview with Michelle Merker host of KDOC-TV

"Echoes of the Heart is a gem of an album that offers the listeners a taste of the best in contemporary music.”
- Michael Diamond, Body Mind & Spirit Magazine

"The music is so soothing, I played it all night long."
- Mrs. Desmond, Inner Self Magazine

"Fond of Short Burst of Sound, he uses such aural punctuation to add topspin to underlying dense, dreamy textures on tracks...Here the music becomes graceful, soothing and therapeutic."
- PJ Birosik, New Age Retailer

This Album captivates, enchants, entices the listeners with 16 varied beautiful creations....This synth sound is light and succulent, breathing life, color, and oozing sensuality." - Heartsong Review

"John Salat proceeds to create a stream of consciousness collection of first-rate New Age tunes on this fine first release Echoes of the Heart."
- Jack Clarke, Visions, Phenomenons

"I highly recommend Echoes of the Heart....Check it out."
- TV Interview with Stu Goldman, TV Host for "Its a Wrap", Seattle

"Echoes of the Heart stirs the imagination... excellent companion for creative expression." - Linda Atnip, Soundscapes

"This album does not need an hyperbole, the music easily stands up for itself as a worth while keyboard music with a myriad of influences and a love for music, interwoven into a solid and descriptive package."
Trax Magazine

"A soothing journey of electrical wonders which gives the mind, body and spirit an audio massage."
- Scott Nonnelly, host of Radio WMNF, Tampa FL

"Salats Music is sophisticated, yet can be enjoyed as background music." - Carol Wright, Napra Trade Journal, Eastsound, WA

"Beautiful sound sculptures that take you on a journey to awaken memories of distant times and cultures."
- Suzanne Doucet, Only New Age Music, LA

"The music creates beautiful imagery that is great for distressing." - Editor for Arizona Networking News, AZ / NM / NV areas

"A magical subcontinent where warm tonal winds sweep along colored clouds of orchestration while percussive warmth reflects the earth."
 - Dan Kimpel, Los Angeles Song Writer Association

"Quite impressive for first effort....Same caliber as major label release."  - Terry Wedel, Program Director for Radio KSBR

"From the first moment that I listen to this beautiful composition, I was truly swept away ...listening to it aroused in me more emotions that I had yet to hear in any other melody."- Friends Review Publication

"It provokes images and encourages release from our everyday stresses and worries. Each cut has its own beginning and end, yet the sounds blend one to the other for a full 60 minute relaxation."
 - Whole Self Magazine

"Echoes of the Heart is a very pleasant, soothing album...Calm yet gently moving, his compositions flow and weave and carry the listener along on a smooth river of sound." - The New Times

"Ultimately, Echoes of the Heart is a thought provoking composition that stirs the imagination, and excellent companion for creative expression evoking love and peace." - Alternatives Magazine

"Describe somewhere along in the press kit as a panoramic vista blending South Atlantic and Far Eastern textures...that would work as the sound track to National Geographic special on the mysteries of deep or something."  - Mr.Music Head, The Music Paper

"Echoes of the Heart is excellent for Meditation, massage and relaxation."
- DeeAnn Morgan-Holt, The Light Connection

"Echoes of the Heart is a CD with substance, texture, line and form. Not Surprising that John Salat is an architect, as well as a musician. He Weaves moods and emotions and builds sculpture with his instrumentation." - Visions Magazine

"Hearing a man define the relationship between himself, his heart and the global community... These sonic reflections are very easy to live within or out of space-time." - Positive Times

"This is a very eclectic collection of pieces, inspired by the gentlest expression of the heart...Every piece in Echoes of the Heart attends percussion with care and captures melody with subtle mastery."
Aurora Magazine

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