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Ariel Kalma is the kind of musician that collectors live their lives to find at the bottom of a dollar record bin, and the kind who fellow musicians hope to become. He is a composer who worked on the periphery of a fringe movement, whose early adherents have recently seen an explosion in popularity...

- Vivian Hua,

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Lazy Lizard

Thank you for the music! It is a joy to listen to it.

- Javier B.

I can't get enough of this CD; I play it over and over again enjoying this playful and delightful music.

- Ama K.

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Lazy Lizard

Relaxing Music, Easy Melodies and Catchy Grooves
Easy listening music to relax on a Sunday afternoon – and any other day. Soothing music for lovers, dreamers and lazy lizards. Also, delightful for driving a car, humming along, dancing languidly – alone or with someone special.

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Lazy Lizard - Ariel Kalma


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Ariel Kalma created infectious grooves on which he plays wind instruments, keyboards and synthesiser to make us smile at the seriousness of Life.

Track 3: Come Play with Me
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Relaxing music by Ariel Kalma

1. Hang Loose
A lazy saxophone call from the planet relax to enter a chill mood and enjoy the moment

2. Light Blue
Basking in the sun, the lizard takes its time. The lazy jazzy keyboard slows our inner race, cooling the pace...

3. Come Play With Me
Taking time to look at the beauty of flowers on the way, playing life like a kid - let us be child-like but not childish!

4. Soul Blues
A song without words to celebrate our inner beauty. Very slow, delicate, simple. sing along and let it shine!

5. Space Out
Journey far away corners of our universe, unknown, strange, but somehow we have a longing to explore our limits!

6. The Lizard Dance
Lazy bluesy music, hot weather, a guitar riff, a groovy sax, life is good.

7. Raggae Blue
Relaxed dance of a Caribbean lizard playing in the sun along a zingy synthesiser, a tipsy trumpet and... a French accordion.

8. Siesta Sax
A fierce sax - but relaxed - musing on a strange Spanish scale with an Indian Gypsy touch. Watery percussion swish and bubble around a relentless bass.

9. Lazy Lizard
Lazy, indolent, apparently slow, he basks in the sun for hours. The lizard lounges on the rocks, taking his time. I lay on my sofa and enjoy the sensual rhythms of Lizard's life.

10. Gone Flying
People space out everywhere: Recorded during the 80's with analog keyboards and drum machines, this was inspired by a visit to Japan in an abstract way. and by Japanese lizards too!

11. The Moons of Jupiter
Hypnotic track, do not keep track of time on the way, and the lizard slithered passed a wormhole, leaving no trace in space.

Ariel Kalma: keyboards, saxophones, flutes, grooves, programming, synthesiser, all compositions.
Ellika: Voice on track 4 - Stefen Be: percussion on track.