Half Seminole and Half Aleut, Mary Youngblood is the first woman to win not just one, but two GRAMMY Awards for "Best Native American Music Album”. Mary owns over 250 hand carved Native American Style flutes and uses them throughout every one of her albums. Each flute is masterfully crafted from different types of wood, bringing a unique sound and texture to each song. Her haunting music is much more than a song ... it's liquid poetry, a prayer.
Beneath the Raven Moon
Poetry of the heart flowing forth from the Native American flute. This superb collection of songs showcases Mary’s talents in adventurous new settings from Blues to Classical, all the while treating us to the beautiful heartfelt flute melodies for which she is known and loved. “... subtle tonic for hectic times." -UTNE Reader. GRAMMY Winner!
Heart of the World
Colorful, poignant and textured, these songs are uniquely presented including vocals by Joanne Shenandoah and instruments such as guitar, cittern, dulcimer, bass, drums, eagle bone whistle and of course, Youngblood's exquisite Native flutes. INDIE Award Winner!
Dance with the Wind
Sometimes the wind whispers and sometimes the wind howls. When Mary Youngblood lets the wind flow through her Native American flutes the result is always one of beauty and joy. Her eclectic musical style evokes feelings of freedom, and gratitude for the blessings of life. GRAMMY Winner!
With rich vibrato and notes that melt into your heart, Mary Youngblood takes the artistry of Native American flute music to its highest level. Her songwriting brings forth some of the sweetest original melodies ever performed on this instrument, and this collection showcases the most sublime.
Feed the Fire
Stellar performances with signature melodies framed in captivating arrangements spanning a variety of styles. Feed the Fire is full of energy, warmth and passion. "Absolutely enchanting! Youngblood beautifully demonstrates the talent that earned her numerous awards." -Billboard
This is Mary’s debut recording which earned her “Flutist of the Year” from the Native American Music Awards. Solo flute featuring all original compositions recorded live in the natural acoustic space of the underground Moaning Caverns in California.