||Canyon Spirit - John Huling|
Re-released with new cover design! Recorded live throughout the canyons and plateaus of the Four Corners area. Exquisite solo flute by bestselling musician with wonderful nature sounds from the deep canyons.
||Canyon Trilogy - R. Carlos Nakai|
Using digital technology, Nakai creates the sound of the cedar flute echoing in the canyons and valleys of the vast Southwest. Seventeen free flowing compositions soothe the spirit and carry the listener to the far realms of the imagination.
||Under One Sky - Various Artists|
(Intertribal) A unique collection of keepers of the Native American flute. Includes award-winning artists R. Carlos Nakai, Mary Youngblood, Robert Mirabal, and Andrew Vasquez. Carefully selected, the artists on this recording all share a deep respect for the instrument.
||Flute Dreams - Alice Gomez, Madalyn Blanchett, & Maril|
Alice and friends take Native American flute music to a new dimension by featuring multiple flutes playing in unison, creating a one-of-a-kind sound.
||Sacred Earth Drums|
- David & Steve Gordon
Drums from around the world join with Native American flute, Incan pan pipes, spirit rattles, guitars, synthesizers, and sounds of nature including wolf, eagle, coyote, and dolphin. A best seller!
- David & Steve Gordon
Tribal drums from all over the planet, native flutes, guitars, shamanic atmospheres, spirit rattles, and nature sounds awaken you to the dance of life!
||Wolves: Original IMAX Feature Soundtrack - Various Artists|
Like the film itself, the Wolves soundtrack has a powerful Native American influence, including the stunning original score by Michel Cusson and songs by Native artists such as Robbie Roberston (with Primeaux and Mike), Joanne Shenandoah, Walela, and Mary Youngblood. Absolutely beautiful.
||Inner Voices - R. Carlos Nakai|
Inner Voices presents the haunting flute melodies of R. Carlos Nakai with the richness of a string ensemble in new arrangements of Nakai’s melodies. Arrangements by two-time Grammy Award-winner, Billy Williams.
||Ancient Voices - Ah-nee-ma|
Combines the enchanting music of Native American flutes, drums, and chants with keyboard textures and guitars to form a rich landscape of musical sound paintings inspired by the ancient cultures of the American Southwest.
||Sacred Spirits II - Various Artists|
Chants and dances of the Native Americans. 1995’s critically acclaimed multi-million seller is now joined by the official follow-up album. This album successfully combines ancient Native American ceremonial chants with modern instrumental arrangements through a cycle of wisdom, reverence, and rebirth.
||Music from a Painted Cave|
- Robert Mirabal
Rare Tribal Mob (Taos Pueblo) Acclaimed Native American flautist and composer Robert Mirabal headlines this live concert, recorded from the 2001 PBS TV special. Features some of his greatest hits plus an array of new songs performed with an ethnically diverse group of musicians.
- Peter "Wyoming" Bender
(Comanche/Lakota) Native American drumming legend Peter “Wyoming” Bender presents an ear-catching release revealing several Native drumming traditions. An exciting reflection of Peter’s ComancheLakota heritage.
||Ancient Canyons - John Huling|
New design and title! Formerly known as Return to Spiritlands, this award winning follow-up to Spiritlands uses Native American flutes, Indian drums, and a host of other instruments to create a delightful and unforgettable desert experience.
||Through Windows and Walls|
- R. Carlos Nakai & Peter Kater
(Navajo/Ute) Long awaited release of all new material. With their first new recording in 5 years, Nakai and Kater emerge anew with their magic that has enraptured their listeners for over a decade. Features their trademark pianos and flutes along with cello, percussion, and vocals.
- Joanne Shenendoah
(Oneida) The latest in Joanne's musical vision quest. In the past, she's explored traditional Native chant, New Age hybrid, and even children's music - all to rave critical reviews. This time, Joanne took to the traditional folk-rock path, making Eagle Cries as creative and profound as anything she's ever recorded.
||Echoes of Canyon de Chelly - Gary Stroutsos|
featuring Paul Thompson
The natural setting of the canyon with its echoes provides a spiritual surrounding for these songs from traditional Indian music and original songs shared and learned through travels in time. Recorded live in Canyon de Chelly.
||Prairie Runner - Jeff Ball|
Award-winning and best-selling flutist Jeff Ball joins with acoustic guitars in this incredible tribute to king of the prairie - the majestic buffalo. Includes an awesome guest appearance by Walela singing "Fly Like an Eagle".
||Warrior of the Heart|
- Karen Therese
Walela is the Cherokee word for “hummingbird” and the symbol of inspiration for this family of singers. Compelling and inspirational, this debut eloquently brings the energy and spirit of their Cherokee ancestors. The exquisite beauty of Walela distinguishes this spirited album as an unprecedented recording of contemporary Native American music.
||Wind River - Andrew Vasquez|
(Kiowa/Apache) The pure tones of Andrew Vasquez’s flute are backed by a unique ensemble sound. The result is a percussive and melodic delight.
||Spiritlands - John Huling|
Native American flutes, ancient pan flutes, Indian drums, and a host of instruments call to you with melody and emotion while whispering winds, gentle rains, distant thunder, birds, and other animals murmur in the distance.
||Reverence - Jeff Ball|
Features traditional flute styling woven within contemporary songs. Guest appearances by Michael Rose of the Cedar Tree Singers and the unmistakable sound of Douglas Spotted Eagle add to this album.