While I wouldn’t lump Didj Heart into new age music, it shares qualities in common. Besides offering music therapy for people with autism, I recommend massage therapists picking up this CD for their clients. The music itself sounds unusual to my ears, moving at a slow to medium tempo, with the didgeridoo playing ostinato and keyboards, strings and guitar riding over the top. Piano appears on a few of the tracks, including Ninu 2 and all of the songs appear carefully arranged. St. Patrick Reflects features warm sounding guitar with intriguing rhythms played on the didgeridoo, which so far provided both bass and percussion. However, the coolest song on the recording is the wild and woolly Umpa da da featuring jazzy piano, slide guitar, and rap-like didgeridoo with voice. Look for the CD with the cover of McMahon’s children conversing with a kangeroo.