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|Robert Tree Cody, Rob Wallace, Tony Redhouse|
Genres: World Music, Pop
Native American flutist Robert Tree Cody (Dakota-Maricopa) leads this musical journey among the native people of the Southwest. Joined by synthesist Rob Wallace and percussionist Tony Redhouse (Navajo), Cody melds the tran... more »
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Native American flutist Robert Tree Cody (Dakota-Maricopa) leads this musical journey among the native people of the Southwest. Joined by synthesist Rob Wallace and percussionist Tony Redhouse (Navajo), Cody melds the tranquil tones of the traditional flute with voices from the Hopi, Navajo, Apache, Yaqui and Tohono O'odham. Special musical appearances by Marlene Cody, Jim Lucero and Jones Benally.
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A little too much synthesizer
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This was my first venture into Native American music and I like it a lot. I found the story woven through the music fun and beautiful. However, it is a little heavy on the synthesizers, making it more "New Age" than native. The vocals are beautiful and the melodies contagious. I'll hum them for hours after I turn the music off. If you are looking for flute music or more traditional music, try Mary Youngblood, Alice Gomez or John Winterhawk. Instead, this is an interesting and wonderful blending of indigenous and new age sound, very much worth a listen."
Luxurious blend of Flute and Keyboards
Rob Wallace | Grand Junction, Colorado USA | 09/20/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I found that the samplers and synthesizers greatly added to the purpose of this project. So did the producer. Pure traditional cedar wood flute music is certainly available, R.Carlos Nakai being among the best, but even he will record with quartets, symphonies, Paul Horn and other scenarios. Native American New Age music is a new genre and has won distinctive critical acclaim and awards."