2014 | 87 minutes | Rated NR
Spiritual singer Tom Kenyon is really far out: He studies brain science and mysticism and psychotherapy and sound healing and getting lessons from aliens. He looks like your everyday neighbor guy, but he has an incredible singing style that he's developed and that utilizes his amazing vocal range. In addition to his unique voice, he uses instruments including singing bowls, tuning forks, and bells. His technique is mostly word-free, more like tone-chanting, and he travels all over the world doing performances and workshops. The documentary is a Northwest affair: Director Ward Serrill (The Heart of the Game) is Seattle based, Kenyon lives on Orcas Island, and Stranger Genius Award nominee Drew Christie provided the film's great animated sequences. Song of the New Earth is the story of a man out there seriously doing his own thing.
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