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Album Review

A Coyote Oldman outing is always a joy to hear. This Hearts of Space compilation consists of some 74 minutes of selections from the six albums released by Michael Graham Allen and Barry Stramp (Stramp was absent from 1987's In Medicine River, where Stramp was joined by Michael Fitzsimmons on percussion.) The Coyote Oldman sound and ethic has something in common with the growing number of Native American flute albums being released to the market, but the comparison stops right there: while Allen and Stramp utilize traditional and native instruments (the majority of them made by Allen, whose custom flute-making is a lucrative sideline), the Coyote Oldman voice is greatly aided by modern recording and sound enhancement technology. This has been taken to extremes at times — "Thunder Chord" is primary evidence of this — but the greater use is as an adaptation of the original sound, subtly reshaping it into something grand, somewhere between an audio painting and a sonic metaphor for ritual. Coyote Oldman is well worth hearing; the release of this compilation saves the time needed to seek out most of the existing releases, several of which never saw wide distribution in their first editions.

Biography

Formed: 1981

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Coyote Oldman mixes technology, music, and culture in a unique, timeless blend. Flutists Michael Graham Allen and Barry Stramp combine their experience with the flute's history in the cultures of the world with a modern outlook and studio approach that gives their albums an innovative depth. The duo — named after the trickster of Native American mythology and Allen's own flute company — met at a 1981 Oklahoma City crafts fair where Allen sold his hand-made flutes. Their shared interest...
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