Native American Flautist Robert Mirabal
Native American flautist Robert Mirabal's career has two distinct parts. In the early years he played traditional flute in a style similar to that of R. Carlos Nakai while eschewing the New Age sound
R. Carlos Nakai ~ Navajo
R. Carlos Nakai is one of the major players on the Native American music scene. The Navajo/Ute multi-instrumentalist specializes in traditional Native American flute, and his musical vision includes
Drums of the Poundmaker: Cree Pow-Wow Songs
The Tootoosis Family of Canada have been highly respected within the Native community for many years for their dedication to Cree traditions. This recording is their salute to all those who continue
Weasel Tail’s Dream
Dedicated to their late grandfather Jim Weasel Tail, this newest collection of original contemporary-style pow-wow songs reflects Black Lodge's proud family tradition of singing and drumming.
It’s Been A Long Time Comin’
Founded by Kenny Scabby Robe of the Blackfeet Nation, the Black Lodge Singers of White Swan, Washington are one of the most respected pow-wow groups in North
My Ojibway Experience: Strength & Hope
Billy Joe Green is from the Moose Clan of the Kejick Ojibway Nation located on the most north-westerly section of the beautiful Lake of the Woods, straddling what is now the Ontario/Manitoba
Honor The Eagle Feather
Recorded live at the Kamloops Pow-Wow in British Columbia, Canada, this recording captures the inspiring energy of the Northern Cree Singers of Saddle Lake, Alberta, one of the most respected drum
Come And Dance!
Recorded live in Whiteriver, Arizona, the top rated Northern Cree Singers (Canadian Cree) bring you 11 songs celebrating the fun and excitement of the pow-wow circuit.
Songs Of The Caddo
Long out of print this comprehensive collection of traditional Caddo music features rare ceremonial and social songs that blend the musical styles of Southeastern and southern Plains
The captivating music of Medicine Dream combines rock and progressive sounds with Native American flute and traditional singing and
Led by Paul Pike of the Mi'kmaq Nation, Medicine Dream's fusion of traditional Native American flute, singing and drumming with rock and contemporary instrumentation honors the past and bridges it
Echoes of the Night
My husband introduced me to this album in 1995. I absolutely LOVE it. We still own it on Cassette, and it is almost worn out from being played so often; thus, the reason I am buying it for him on CD
Winner of the 1990 Choice Magazine Audio Award, 1990 Parents' Choice Honor Award, and Parents' Choice Classic Honor