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Sometimes I wonder why so few Native American woman musicians record albums or why labels release few recordings by Native American women.  I would love to see women pow-wow drumming and vocal groups, and more in

Read more: In Review--Round Up of Rousing Songs

18-tracks of pure bliss, Ancestral Voices is meditative, yet interesting with a gentle twist around every corner.  This album lifts me up any time I put it on ... and I have noticed that it does this to others too.  Soothing, spiritual

Read more: Ancestral Voices - An Angels Kiss Review

Sacred music poses a challenge for review purposes because reviewing music requires the analytical brain and sacred music works the other side of the brain, leading to enhanced spiritual experiences.

Read more: In review--Songs from the Native American Church

Every once in a while I get one of those CDs that insists that I stop, be still and listen. Nothing could be truer of Native American flutist R. Carlos Nakai’s and percussionist Will Clipman’s latest offering on the Canyon Records label.

Read more: Nakai & Clipman Awaken the Musical Fire

When you have artists as consistently praised and well established as Native flutist R. Carlos Nakai and his frequent collaborator, drummer/percussionist Will Cliprnan (here playing more than 20 different instruments),

Read more: Awakening the Fire - Insight Magazine Review

Grammy-nominee musicians R. Carlos Nakai (Native American flute) and Will Clipman (drums & percussion) present Awakening the Fire, an instrumental fusion of African, Native American, and Asian musical traditions

Read more: Awakening the Fire Review by James A Cox

Navajo flautist R. Carlos Nakai's ethereal tone has won him a huge following and has introduced Native American flute music to the kind of audience who may never have otherwise considered listening to 'ethnic' music.He has always stayed loyal to Canyon Records, the indie label (based in Phoenix, Arizona)

Read more: Stoking Native American Embers

Radmilla Cody knows the American west, too: she is of the Dine, the Navajo. Her album Shi Keyah/Songs for the People is just that, a sharing of stories in song from the funny to the thoughtful. The songs were written

Read more: Country Music: Side Roads from Wandering Educators

Emotive, evocative and intense, Spirit Horses sounds a lot like a film score.  I would love to find that it has found its way to a motion picture, as it would add great emotional depth to the characters and screenplay of a film.

Read more: Spirit Horses - Review by An Angels Kiss

It is a season of the year when celebrations and gatherings invite us to look back ot history, to remember the first European settlers

Read more: Celebrating Native American Music: Cody & Duncan

Native Tapestry is a delightful fusion of the world’s premier performer of the Native American flute, R. Carlos Nakai combined with a chamber orchestra, including the music of a European saxophone, African percussion, piano,

Read more: Native Tapestry - An Angels Kiss Review

Tony Duncan, of the Apache, Arikara, Hidatsa, and Mandan nations, is the flutist in the acclaimed Native ensemble Estun-Bah. On this wonderful, serene album, he is joined on several tracks by Estun-Bah’s guitarist, Darrin Yazzie,

Read more: Earth Warrior - A Retailing Insight Review

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