Brooks & Day’s new age debut album “Mystic Messages” hit No. 13 on the Zone Music Reporter’s Top 100 Radio Airplay Chart. The album entered the chart at No. 35 in May and climbed 22 spots over the next month. The ZMR chart for July comes out soon.
Radio stations around the globe recently played Brooks & Day songs. Here is a sampling of the stations and shows:
The twice-a-week new age music radio show “Mystic Sister,” which is broadcast on several stations in the Northeast, had “Mystic Messages” at No. 8 on their chart. The internationally syndicated Celestial Reasonings have been airing selections from the album. Global Groove, based in Grand Junction, Colorado, has played the ethereal jazz number “Esquisse.” Planetary Prismatic Psonics show played Brooks & Day’s classical music-inspired “No Regrets.”
“Sacred City,” “Secrets of the Lotus,” “Mystic Message,” and “A Song For My Father,” which was composed in honor of flutist Ben Brook’s late father, all received radio airplay. “Hopeland” “Forgiveness” were also played by several stations.
Writer Elizabeth Hazel started her review of “Mystic Messages” with “This CD had me at hello!” on Facing North, a webzine that describes itself as having “one of the largest collections of reviews of neopagan/Spiritual/New Age oriented books, music, and other items” on the internet.
To purchase the MP3 version of Brooks & Day’s “Mystic Messages” album visit Amazon.com.
To purchase a CD of “Mystic Messages” visit their CD Baby store.