Native American Robert Mirabal’s “In the Blood”

26 04 2009

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Medwyn Goodall – Comet

15 04 2009

 

Medwyn Goodall – Comet

MP3@192  |  56:09 mins  |  1999  |  65.09 MB

Medwyn Goodall is among the most prolific and encompassing of New Age synthesists.  There isn’t a New Age concept that Goodall will not embrace.

Comet fits the mold, at once evoking outer-space themes.   Goodall uses majestic synthesizer orchestrations on this CD, laced with acoustic guitar filigree and his ever-present flute samples.  Tracks like “Ice Crystals” show a dynamic arc and images that have eluded the composer in the past. Other tracks bank on his lush synthesizer strings, while “Future Written” is a rare vocal track, sung by Julianna. There are many Medwyn Goodall albums out there; Comet is as good as any of them.

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Diane Arkenstone – The Healing Spirit

15 04 2009

Diane Arkenstone  – The Healing Spirit

MP3@256 | 01:08:34 | 2001 | 125.59 MB

Timeless music featuring piano, guitars, gentle voices, temple bells, and keyboard textures.

“In searching for a way to bring comfort and healing to myself through music, this recording has produced a soothing and nurturing effect.”

——–Diane Arkenstone.

After a bad auto accident in March/01, this is a cd that I started to listen to in the hospital recovering from broken body and emotions. When I got home and had the horrible nightmares that usually follow a trauma, I would lay in the darkness saturated with pain, tears,then I would listen to track 7, “Transformation” and could visulize myself walking effortlessly and without pain, as if I were penetrating a veil of white gause, the music propelling me forward. The chimes gave me assurance that I was going to be ok.

Track 8, “Sanctuary”, has been showing me that spiritual place deep inside of me where all healing originates. I have done this healing journey without any medications, drugs, muscle relaxants etc..Just aspirin and Diane’s “Healing Spirit” that has been bringing me into that place of miracles done by the Spirit of Healing. This is one of the best piece’s of music that I own   ________ Patsy { Amazon }

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Welcome to Southwest Spirits

14 04 2009

Welcome to my little corner of the web. I hope you will enjoy your stay here. I grew tired of blogger and its little bugs. Hopefully this is going to work better.

Please enjoy the music while your party waits!

welcome

What we do for ourselves dies with us.

What we do for others and the world remains and is immortal.

Albert Pine

Southwest Spirits





2002 – Savitri

14 04 2009

2002 – Savitri

MP3 @192 |  1:09:06 mins  |  1995  | 103 MB

This is one of the most enchanting musical sagas that engulfs you and transports you to the enchanted time of Savitri.

You find yourself lost in the beauty and magic of Sivitri.

The way the different instruments are woven together gives this creation its richness and enchantment.

It is very powerful and moving.   { Amazon }

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Nakai*Eaton*Clipman*Nawang – In A Distant Place

14 04 2009

R.Carlos Nakai * William Eaton * Bill Clipman * Nawang Khechog

In A Distant Place

FLAC | EAC | TEST & COPY | LOG & CUE | 01:09:10 mins | 2000 | 319 MB

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.

Distant peoples and distant places come together in this musical exploration of the worlds of Native America and Tibet.

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PBS – ” We Shall Remain ” New Series about Native Americans

13 04 2009

Visit The Official PBS Site About  ” We Shall Remain ” For Full Info

PBS, presents ” We Shall Remain “ a five part series

At the heart of the project is a five-part television series that shows how Native peoples valiantly resisted expulsion from their lands and fought the extinction of their culture — from the Wampanoags of New England in the 1600s who used their alliance with the English to weaken rival tribes, to the bold new leaders of the 1970s who harnessed the momentum of the civil rights movement to forge a pan-Indian identity. WE SHALL REMAIN represents an unprecedented collaboration between Native and non-Native filmmakers and involves Native advisors and scholars at all levels of the project. <<<<< { source PBS }

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