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Journeys (remastered)

R. Carlos Nakai

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R. Carlos Nakai is both gifted and prolific. Journeys, Vol. 3 is a 56 minute gathering of his acoustic flute atmospheres. His aggressive style is smooth and sweet. The Native American flute — in this magician's hands — sings like a chorus. There are no loops or layers or electronic instruments or devices. These soundscapes are Nakai's flutes and chants with amplification. This disc is definitively Native American but it would fit quite nicely in ambient, minimalist or space music collections. It will appeal to fans of Robert Tree Cody, Douglas Spotted Eagle, Coyote Oldman and Little Wolf Band.

Biography

Born: April 16, 1946 in Flagstaff, AZ

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Tucson-based multi-instrumentalist R. Carlos Nakai is a Native-American musician and cultural anthropologist of Navajo-Ute descent. Though he received classical training on the trumpet, his numerous recordings consist primarily of resonant solo performances of Native-American flute improvisations with a judicious use of synthesizers, chanting, and nature sounds. Nakai only occasionally features arrangements of traditional melodies from various tribes; instead, he is primarily concerned with creating...
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