RELEASE DATE: 2021
Empowering and grounded in love, these songs open doors to new possibilities and encourage the listener to actively create their ideal world by acknowledging their true self; their divine nature as Soul.
- Window to Forever - Janie Worm
- Heavenly Body - Janie Worm
- Ode to You - Janie Worm
- Listen - Janie Worm
- Everyday Miracles - Janie Worm
I am so excited to release “WHOLE,” which is my first EP!
The music I create reflects the evolution of my heart and Soul, and this inspiring album reveals a new depth of love, joy and empowerment. I hope you enjoy it. =]
How fitting that the song titles spell WHOLE.
During the transformational years of 2020 & 2021 humankind was given opportunities to reconnect to the heart and remember who we are as divine beings on this planet, as guardians of ourselves, the environment, all of life and each other.
When I am connected to the abundant love in my heart, my outer choices, words and actions are uplifting and for the good of the WHOLE.
Released August 14, 2021
Music & Lyrics – Janie Worm
Engineer / Mixer – Gary Mula
Cover Art Design – Gary Mula
Mastering Engineer – Steve Turnidge
A heartfelt thanks to all who contributed to this music project!
Thank you to Inez & Jim Taylor for their financial contributions during the pandemic!
Thanks to the artists who contributed to the album art:
- Sheila Tallmon – original cover photo
- Yoga Ekatama – Ring of Hearts
Thanks to all the musicians for sharing their creative gifts.
*Musician credits are listed below each individual track.
© 2021 – all rights reserved
When Gary said he would create my album cover, he asked me to list many of my favorite things – colors, shapes, etc. From that list, he creatively design the image you see. The final artwork looks like a mandala. I love it! =]
My partner, Sheila Tallmon, took the original photo. As soon as she began to snap pictures on our deck, Buster, true to form, decided to sit on my foot. Since I love cats, especially Buster, it seemed appropriate to include him. It’s funny that in this image he originally had his tongue sticking out. Though it made us laugh, we decided to refrain from blowing a raspberry at our friends by editing it out.