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song carrier
Genres: World Music, New Age, Pop
 
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On 1995's Song Carrier flutist Robert Mirabal creates a sweeping universe of ancient Native wisdom and metaphysical dreams. Here the flute maker and musician employs deep, round drums, eagle-bone flute, rattles, and rainst...  more »

      
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Title: song carrier
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Label: Silver Wave
Genres: World Music, New Age, Pop
Styles: North America, Native American, Meditation
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 703828029528

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On 1995's Song Carrier flutist Robert Mirabal creates a sweeping universe of ancient Native wisdom and metaphysical dreams. Here the flute maker and musician employs deep, round drums, eagle-bone flute, rattles, and rainsticks for a lovely, solitary music rooted in ritual and tradition. Mirabal's flute soars in plaintive melodies over gentle, ominous rhythms, as in "Yellow Ram's Song" and "If Ghosts Could Dream," while settling into intimacy on "Taos Summer Nights" and "Rainsong." Mirabal does a splendid job meshing the calls of birds, crickets, and other natural sounds into the album, as on the chatty "Taos Winter's Memory of Spring," where a soothing flute and chirpy birds interact amidst swooping rattles. Though the recording spawns a dark tone, the album is still beautiful for its masterful connection with Native mystical realms. --Karen K. Hugg

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Excellent Mirabal
08/02/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album is Mirabal at his best. As usual, his tone is impeccable and his style is perfect. I found that the best songs are the few that he has taken from a previous recording, "Warriors," and redone, like "Rainsong" and "Rio." Ideal for any native American flute appreciator/player (with the exception of one song that has bothersome mood tones in the background)."
Find yourself a comfortable spot.....
J. Walker | Auburn, California | 04/26/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"close your eyes, and let the spirit of the SONG CARRIER take you away. As a collector of Native American Music, I would rate this right at the top of the list. From the clear soothing sound of the flute, to the beautiful sounds of nature, it doesn't get much better. A MUST BUY!!!"
The song (Little Indian ) made me cry
vernita hall | Hopkins ,Michigan | 06/10/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Dear: Robert I watched your show about , music from painted cave today on wgbu and it made me cry , do to striving to keep the fire alive for my children. I'm watching my family going down hill. Know one in our family knows how to speak the native tonge do to our elders passing away. I can't find a book on it any where. I'm a three fire native. If your could help me out , there would be no words of how to say thank you! My family has given up on keeping the native history in our family. I wan't my kids to know where there sead came from in life and that they are Native American Indian. They should of been raised the old fashioned way. Vernita Bixler-Hall 2100 135th ave lot #15 Hopkins,Michigan, 49328"