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Genres: Folk, World Music, New Age, Pop
Respect and reverence for our earth has always been an important part of Native American culture and heritage. Joining the haunting sound of the Native American flute with guitar, bass and percussion, Burning Sky creates a... more »
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Respect and reverence for our earth has always been an important part of Native American culture and heritage. Joining the haunting sound of the Native American flute with guitar, bass and percussion, Burning Sky creates an evocative musical prayer to the four directions and all the elements of life in their third release. Features Aaron White (Navajo-Ute) on acoustic guitar, synthesizer and rattles, Kelvin Bizahaloni (Navajo) on Native American flute, bass flute, didjeridu and bass and Michael Bannister on drums, percussion and dumbek.
Potent but soothing
Diane Bellomo | Baltimore, MD United States | 03/12/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"If you like the sound of a Native American flute (as was heard in the song "Colors of the Wind," from Disney's "Pochahontas"), then you will enjoy anything done by Burning Sky.Add to it (among other instruments) percussion, acoustic guitar, rattles and rainsticks, and the unique sound of the Aboriginal didjeridu, and you'll want to own "Creation.""
Music from the heart.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 01/29/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a heart felt piece of art that must be listened to from the heart.The only other artist that I can compare this music to is Pacini.If you are willing to let yourself be moved by music I highly recommend "Creation"!"