Life Blood is perhaps the best example of the union of contemporary and traditional music. Shenandoah was the recipient of the 1994 Native Musician of the Year award for preserving traditional values within a contemporary musical form. This recording is proof that the mixture of the past and present can work beautifully. The seamless blending of Peter Katerís piano, Kazu Matsuiís shakuhachi (Japanese flute), Tony Levinís bass, Randy Chavezís guitar and Michael Tirschís percussion truly enhance these beautiful Iroquois social dance songs sung so movingly by Shenandoah. It really doesnít matter if you understand the language as her voice is so pure it will truly go right to the core of your emotions.
to hear an MP3 of track 1 Messenger.
to hear an MP3 of track 2 Circle of Friendship.
to hear an MP3 of track 6 Woman's Dance.
to hear an MP3 of track 8 Life Blood.
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