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Music that honors traditional Native songs and brings them into the present with the addition of contemporary instrumentation and unique collaborations.
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Johnny Whitehorse Shelley Morningsong is first and foremost an outstanding singer-songwriter. Her original music and profound lyrics are filled with the essence of her Native heritage. more...
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Johnny Whitehorse IMAGINE a time of great horsemen riding across the plains and desert plateaus. Warriors and dancers celebrate around the drum. Ghostly visions appear in sand storms and rain clouds, a sign from the Great Mystery to which we are all connected. more...
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 Sacred Ground

2006 Grammy Award Winner,
Best Native American Music Album

All new recordings by 2005 Grammy winner Bill Miller, two time Grammy nominee Joanne Shenandoah, Grammy Winners Primeaux and Mike, best selling artists Robert Mirabal and Walela (with Rita Coolidge) and highly acclaimed artists Star Nayea and Little Wolf Band. more...

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 Many Blessings

Featuring music from Award Winning Artists, including Mary Youngblood, Joanne Shenandooah, Robert Mirabal, Kater & Nakai, Lawrence Laughing, Alice Gomez, and Tito La Rosa. more...

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 Peter Kater and Carlos Nakai
Renowned Pianist Peter Kater collaborates with premiere Native American Flutist R. Carlos Nakai on eight unique recordings including How the West Was Lost volumes I and II, Honorable Sky, Migration, Natives, Improvisations in Concert, Through Windows & Walls, and the NEW Song for Humanity. more...

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Mary Youngblood Mary Youngblood is one of the first Native women to professionally record the sacred Native American Flute. Her debut release, The Offering, features all original solo flute compositions recorded in the underground Moaning Caverns of California. Her second release, Heart of the World, includes additional instrumentation and accompanying vocals by Joanne Shenandoah. Her Grammy award winning recording, Beneath the Raven Moon, explores further styles such as Classical and Blues. more...

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Tito LaRosa (a descendant of the Quechua Indians of the Andes) performs on numerous exotic instruments of Incan and pre-Incan cultures. LaRosa is a featured artist on Kitaro's 2001 GRAMMY Winning Album, 'Thinking of You' and has recently toured with him in Japan. more...

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 Robert Mirabal
Robert Mirabal can be called a Native American "Renaissance Man" - musician, composer, performer, master flute craftsman, poet, actor and screenwriter - but he always stays true to his Taos, NM roots. His albums include Indians Indians, Taos Tales, Warrior Magician, Song Carrier, and "Music From A Painted Cave", the dynamic live concert recording from the nationally broadcast PBS-TV Special of the same name. more...

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 Joanne Shenandoah

Joanne Shenandoah is considered one of America's foremost Native singer/songwriters. She is a TWO TIME WINNER of the "Best Female Artist" category from the Native American Music Awards and is a Grammy Award nominee. Her albums include Covenant, Peace and Power, Peacemaker's Journey, Orenda with Lawrence Laughing, Matriarch, Sisters with Maisie Shenandoah and Liz Robert, and Life Blood with Peter Kater. more...

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 Joanne Shenandoah

Oneida Iroquois twins, Maisie Shenandoah and Liz Robert with guest artist Joanne Shenandoah sing popular hymns in their Iroquois language. A rich blend of Native American and Christian cultures, this recording is a gift of healing. more...

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Fifteen songs from the Silver Wave Native American music catalog carefully selected to create an experience of healing, relaxation, and peace. Prayer For Peace is a meditative, soothing and introspective body of music, perfect for massage work and alternative healing therapies. more...

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In the Mohawk language, the title of this recording is 'Onen enska ne-io-kwa-ni-kon-ra' and is a traditional phrase used to acknowledge a prayer. Accompanied by a unique collection of ethnic acoustic instruments, Lawrence Laughing expresses compassion for our struggles, respect for courage, and gratitude for love. more...

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Naturally Native is the first mainstream feature film to be written, directed and produced entirely by Native Americans. This soundtrack features songs from many top names in the popular Native American music scene. more...

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Silver Wave is pleased to present the original soundtrack recording to the IMAX film WOLVES. Like the film itself, the WOLVES recording has a powerful Native American influence, including the stunning original score by Michel Cusson and songs by Native artists such as Robbie Robertson (with Primeaux and Mike), Joanne Shenandoah, Walela (Rita Coolidge, Priscilla Coolidge & Laura Satterfield), Mary Youngblood and more. more...

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Drawing from her multi-cultural background, Alice Gomez is rapidly gaining international acclaim for her Latino, Mexican Indian and Native American original compositions. She is an accomplished composer and arranger, five time winner of the ASCAP Composer's Award and has also been a Composer in Residence with the San Antonio, Texas Symphony. more...

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 Under the Green Corn Moon
A unique recording of lullabies from various Indian Nations all over North America. The performers on this recording are from 16 different tribes and include Joanne Shenandoah (Iroquois) and Robert Mirabal (Taos Pueblo). Many of these talented artists share their traditional lullabies which have been passed down through generations. more...
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 Native American Currents
Native American Currents is an essential collection of contemporary Native American music. This sampler features 70+ minutes of the best tracks from previous albums by R. Carlos Nakai, Peter Kater, Joanne Shenandoah, Robert Mirabal and Joy Harjo & Poetic Justice. more...
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 Joy Harjo and Poetic Justice
Poet Joy Harjo, the best-selling author of several books including "The Woman Who Fell From the Sky," plays saxophone and speaks poetically potent lyrics over a "TRIBAL-JAZZ-REGGAE" backdrop, which also contains elements of rock, blues and prophecy on her first musical release,Letter From the End of the 20th Century. more...