Way of the Ocean

Way of the Ocean

Way of the Ocean

A companion album to WAY OF THE DOLPHIN. Serene, soft Guitar music with Dolphin song.
Dolphins and Orca whales sing out among the sound of waves and Medwyn’s delicate compositions. Six years after the acclaimed ‘The way of the Dolphin’ Album, Medwyn has revisited the ocean to carry us on a totally new voyage of discovery above and below the waves. The relaxing pace and sensitivity of this emotive, beautiful album creates an amazing sense of freedom and tranquillity. It is a masterpiece of heart-rendering melodies interlaced with the natural sounds and harmony of the ocean.

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Audio samples and Singles

Sweet Wilderness

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Sanctuary

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Still Water Run Deep

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Dolphin Companion

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Albatross

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Light on a Silver Sea

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Call of the Ocean

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3 Comments


  1. Goran Ahlberg

    1yearago

    I have no boat. I have never been to the barrier rief. I’m a
    simple farmer in Sweden. In spite of all that I love this album!
    Goran Ahlberg, Northern Sweden. 15.06.2009

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  2. Gav Whyte

    1yearago

    Brilliant album! Medwyn is a superb musician. The opening
    track ‘Sweet Wilderness’ is pure bliss. Great stuff Medwyn – keep
    releasing the music!!
    Gav Whyte, Yokrshire, UK 28.01.2008

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  3. Matt Whorlow

    1yearago

    I can remember listening to this album while lounging on the top deck of a boat gently rocking on the sea waves on a brilliantly clear and warm day. Below the boat was the Great Barrier Reef (form which I had just returned) – the music was just perfect for the mood, the rhythm echoing the gentle roll of the waves.
    Whenever I listen to this music now, I am taken right back there. Thanks Med.
    Matt Whorlow, UK. 11.02.2005

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