The debut release from Acoustic Ocean. Light Returning was on the Zone Music Reporter's Top 100 Chart for 7 months in 2009 reaching a top position of #8. The album was #35 for the year out of over two thousand albums tracked by ZMR. Featuring Celtic Harp, the eight original composition are supported by acoustic instruments (steel string and classical guitar, hammered and mountain dulcimer, mandolin, piano, strings) and then blended with natural sounds to weave lush tapestries of sound that are involving and transporting for the listener. Great for massage, relaxation and yoga! Total Time: 1 hour REVIEWS FOR LIGHT RETURNING 'This is one of the top new age albums of the year.' - Harmony Central 'What makes Light Returning different from most albums in this sub-genre is it's remarkable, yes almost incredible warmth... I'm very impressed.' - BT Farmer, New Age Music Nu 'This is good acoustic music played by seasoned musicians and blended perfectly.' - Joe Napolitano, Facing North 'Listeners should embrace the music of Acoustic Ocean as healing energy and healthful entertainment.' - Massage Magazine 'Each melody in Light Returning is based on the sounds of the Celtic Harp, yet each melody invokes a unique presence that ranges from storm to stillness... Relax into this beautiful offering.' - Spirit Seeker Magazine 'The music of 'Light Returning' reminds you that life is beautiful and you can spend every moment of it in joy and creation.' - Serge Kozlovesky 'Each melody in Light Returning is based on the sounds of the Celtic Harp, yet each melody invokes a unique presence that ranges from storm to stillness... Relax into this beautiful offering.' - Spirit Seeker Magazine 'Relaxing, Peaceful and Hypnotic. The title song, Light Returning, set the tone for the rest of the album enveloping you with it's warm tones.' - Chris 'Thaskalas' Madison, Pagan Radio Network 'Using their new age/folk background to the fullest, they give a solid work out to those looking to relax... This is a well conceived journey within to help those who need to let go. - Midwest Record 'This seems a thoroughly likable album which works on many levels and has been on the player quite a bit here, which is about as good as it gets.' - Music Watch.