People, Apr. 15, 1996

SEEN & HEARD

If the book hasn't transported you to paradise, the sound track to James Redfield's The Celestine Prophecy may. The album, due out in June, uses, among other instruments, a type of flute connected to a device that touches the skin, supposedly enabling a musician's emotions to be heard. Move over, John Tesh.

If you've already read Redfield, maybe you'll enjoy mulling a Michael Milken. The financier's first book, Unconventional Wisdom, will be published in August by Knowledge Exchange, a consulting firm with a book-publishing arm that Milken partially owns. There is no sound track, but Milken does narrate...

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