Enjoy the tranquil with award winning Flutist Tony Duncan in this album of the gifts from Tony Duncan’s flute playing. A winner of many awards. His statement inside the jacket cover in part,” feel the beauty and restore balance through the peaceful gift of the flute.” All flute. Play all! Advertisements
You will love the Round Dance music with Young Spirit who are one of the top First Nation/Native American singing Groups. Enjoy these high spirited Pow Wow Dances that make it very difficult to stand idle. Play all!
“Keeping The Blues Alive With Native Blues” says the Cd cover! You won’t be disappointed with Tracy Lee Nelson of the La Jolla Band of the Luiseno Indians. We appreciate the love song to his daughter, Nation and Protectors. This album won Best of The Blues in the 2018, Native American Music Awards. Enjoy all […]
In this compilation of Tracy Lee Nelson original (going classic) songs you will hear about a history of the most resilient peoples that of the Original Peoples of Turtle Island. We appreciate the stories told thru these songs and celebrate the Blues with Tracy Lee Nelson. Play all!!
Sometimes the meditation goes well with Native American Flute playing and this is just what Kevin had in mind with this CD. Track 7 (Abinii-Fireshine) has wild bird with solo flute on all other tracks it is solo flute. Play All and relax!
Started in 1982, Northern Cree (the band) are from Saddle Lake Cree First Nation in Alberta, Canada and came up with the name Nitisanak which means Brothers and Sisters. There are about 15-16 drummers and singers on this drum recorded live at the Pow Wow. A favorite and original Northern Style. Play all!
Congratulations to Randy Wood Best Male Artist 2018 with Native American Music Awards! Produced by Canyon Records,Cree musician continues to create music for Round Dances, Pow Wow and Gatherings where everyone can enjoy! Unique voice contributes to this CD with hand drum accompaniment. Play all!!
Music Original music that you can dance with! Celebrating Mayan Identity Doctor Nativo is speaking to Indigenous Resistance and Mayan Culture and popular track 8 (La Voz Popular) is known by many. Track one celebrates culture, Guatemaya. Spanish and Salsa Beat! Dance to track 10 and play all for upbeat and positive healing!
Songs by Howard Bad Hand and Tom Teegarden are song in ceremony and these men have been singing for ceremony since 1971. Special. Play with Respect!
Wonderful Drumming and songs from affiliation with the Sunray Peace Village (Lincoln Vermont), Rev Meli Kitchens produced this CD and recently nominated to the Native American Music Awards for song Air and Water is Life. Drum with voice, song in Cherokee. Play All!
You can hear the spoken word of John Trudell on the tracks Water Is Power and Invision Drops of Dreams. Thana aka Redhawk Woman gifts us with her spoken word poetry with a back drop of various electronica. This Native woman can be found on the west coast performing at venues honoring Mother Earth and […]
These round dance songs by Pipestone, an Ojibwe group from Wisconsin beg you to dance and laugh at all the ways to love human to human in this modern world. The lyrics will make you smile. Play all!
Traditional Songs From Warm Springs- Ellen Squiemphem, Susan Moses, Bernice Mitchell, Adeline Miller
Located in Oregon and sung by the women of the Warm Springs Reservation these songs are representative of the traditional songs song by the people for 100’s of years and presented here so they may be remembered by the future generations. Originally released in 1998 by Canyon Records. Part of our “Historical Collection” at WRUV […]
Wild Rice Songs Of the Menominee Nation-Myron Pyawasit, Gil-Shik Pyawasit,Wyne Silas Jr, Shane Webster
Ma-ma -chay-tua (the people that live with the seasons) gift us with these social songs of contemporary and traditional origins. Released by Canyon Records this is a wonderful sampling of great singing and drumming firmly rooted in Menominee traditions. Play all!
This is an Algonquin woman singing with acoustic guitar accompaniment. Aquene means peace in Algonquin and these tracks are intertribal and familiar and played at social gatherings and Pow Wow’s. Play all of these “cover” folk songs in Native American genre as well.
Recorded at University of Oklahoma Pow Wow 2009 by Canyon Records with Thunder Hill. This drum group is Southern Style with women singing along in vocables. The songs are traditional with some verse in English. Hard not to dance with! Play all!
Social Dances and Songs recorded by Canyon Records by the Caddo people of Oklahoma at Cultural center in the 1970’s. Still performed and sung today.
From Canyon Records Earl Ray sings in Pima traditional language and in the 3rd verse an English translation with rattle accompaniment. Earl Ray Lo:dac teaches Pima lanugage classes and has educational organization called Ha;l Hiosik Foundation. Play all.
Enjoy these traditional songs with percussion by Will Clipman and songs sung by Randy Wood from Plains Cree heritage. Randy sings with a passion that uses both traditional language and modern English translations. Vocables are used and enhanced with modern percussion with Will. Play all.
Writing songs that express love, past, present and future of life and and all living, Annie Humphrey gifts us these songs from an indigenous women encouraging us all to stand up with each other from stopline3 movement to honoring the Earth you will hear her music. An old classic Geromino’s Cadillac is done so beautifully […]
Each track from a different First Nation in British Columbia produced with artist musician Davis Hodges and First Nation’s youth. With small groups of students writing their own songs and David produces electrifying and meaningful work. He uses traditional language and makes music videos with the students as well. Play All!
Some very powerful Rock songs in voice and lyrics. Track one with Tanya Tagaq (Throatsinger) ..some of the older songs are a remix. play all!!
In this solo album from Steven Rushingwind we are appreciating his flute playing as it travels with wind and stirs the heart-felt emotions. Play all tracks on this album for the beauty and gentle notes of the native flute from Steven dedicated to his family of Cahuilla Peoples.
Songs that Nahko first wrote and have the wonderful piano playing and horn section! Some very mellow tunes Goodnight Sun and Hamakua. Dragonfly and Be Here Now are favorites with the “Medicine For The People” feel. Appreciate this special music from award winning Apache/Taino, Nahko.
there is electronica, spoken-word and some long reveries to enjoy with this new release by “Khueex” a group with Tlingit musicians that speak original language in this group of musicians that spark your ears and heart to listen with groove intended results. Enjoy! play all..