With the plethora of new age ‘healing’ and ‘relaxing’ CD’s available, it is a pleasure to have the chance to review one as distinctive as East of the Full Moon. Yes, it IS relaxing, and soothing, but it is also elegant and richly evocative of, as the artist puts it, the night sky, the moon appearing behind clouds, the world losing its stark colors, and trees becoming just shadows against the moon . . . when the human mind has gone to sleep to dream. An excellent album through and through. I would love to hear him score for the big screen, although he certainly uplifts this, his chosen genre of musical expression. Deuter performs on the alto flute, piano, other keyboards, drums, tambura, pan flute, and harp, with co-musicians Adi Pieper and Klaus Wiese on the tabla and kinara, respectively.