R. Carlos Nakai & Will Clipman - Awakening the Fire (CR-7108)
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Grammy-nominees R. Carlos Nakai and Will Clipman delve into a primal sonic odyssey, channeling a sound that grounds each of us in the center of our being, a place where all cultures merge into the river of human existence. The ancient call of Native American cedar flute and the vibration of African, Native American and Asian rhythms connect to our innermost essence and finely tune the awakening energies inside each of us nourishing inner balance and harmony.
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2. Kindling the Essence
3. Endless Journey
4. First Morning
6. Shaman's Trance
8. Standing Stones
9. The Fountain
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The panoramic harmonies of R. Carlos Nakai's flute with William Eaton's guitar, harp-guitar and lyre create visions of canyons and plains in these fifteen songs. Music haunting in its serenity, graceful in its simplicity and with a zen-like lyricism.
The world's favorite Christmas melodies in new arrangements for the cedar flute and Eaton's guitars. Ten carols including "What Child Is This?/Greensleeves," "I Saw Three Ships," "Angels We Have Heard On High," and "Silent Night" (with Navajo chorale).
1994 GRAMMY AWARD Finalist in Best Traditional Folk Music. R.Carlos Nakai and guitarist William Eaton create a diverse music that celebrates the rich traditions of the peoples of the Americas. With the Black Lodge Singers.
Red Wind conjures the subtle beauty and intimate grandeur of the singing desert, weaving aural fables of human and animal presence into enduring tableaus of landscape and sky...illuminate by musical influences from Native American and around the globe. Nakai, Eaton and Clipman discover the exotic in the familiar by journeying deeply into the sonic atmospheres of northern Sonora, blending celebration and lamentation with passionate eloquence.
Distant peoples and distant places come together in this musical exploration of Native America and Tibet. The sweet voices of the Native American flutes of R. Carlos Nakai and the Tibetan flutes of Nawang Khechog blend together against the rich sonic palette created by the magical harp guitar, lyre and spiral clef guitar of William Eaton and the pulsing world beat percussion of Will Clipman.
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