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How the West Was Lost


  • 1. How the West Was Lost
    2. Dull Knife and Little Wolf
    3. West, The
    4. Crazy Horse Prayer
    5. Last of the Buffalo
    6. Three Theme Medley
    7. Stating Intention
    8. Sand Creek Memories
    9. Black Kettle Theme Variations
    10. Nez Perce Flight Song
    11. Navajo Land Blessing
    12. Black Hills Warrior
    13. Lakota Flute Song
    14. Surrender
    15. Flight Song
    16. Death of Dull Knife, The
    17. Good Day to Die, A
    18. Geronimo's Surrender
    19. He Came from the Black Hills
    20. South West Warrior
    21. Becoming Human
    22. I Will Fight No More
    23. West, The
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 801

  • Credits
    ProducerPeter Kater
    Engineer

    Personnel: Peter Kater (synthesizers, piano, background vocals), R. Carlos Nakai (native flutes, chanting, rattles, eagle bone whistle), White Oak Singers (native group singing), Chris White (vocals), Cecil Hooker (violin), Tim Butler (cello), Kathy Golding (oboe), Bobby Read (soprano saxophone), Robert Jospe, Jonathan Edwards, Dave Palamar (percussion).
    Additional personnel: David Darling (cello), Mark Miller (soprano saxophone), Martha Sandefer, Cheryl Hurwitz, Andy Schell (background vocals).
    Engineers: Jim Robeson, Bill McElroy, Heidi Gerber, Bob Dawson, Bob Read, Chris Murphy.
    Recorded at Bias Recording, Springfield, Virginia, Bob Read's Studio, North Garden, Virgina from October 1992 to March 1993 and Omega Studios, Rockville, Maryland. Contains liner notes by Peter Kater.
    All music written or co-written by Peter Kater and R. Carlos Nakai except "Lakota Flute Song" and songs by the White Oak Singers (traditional Lakota songs).
    Personnel: Peter Kater (vocals, piano, synthesizer, background vocals); Christine White, Martha Sandefer, Cheryl Hurwitz (vocals, background vocals); White Oak Singers, Andy Schell, Chris White (vocals); R. Carlos Nakai (chant, whistling, flute, Native American flute, percussion); Cecil Hooker (violin); David Darling, Tim Butler (cello); Kathy Golding (oboe); Mark Miller , Marcus Miller, Bobby Read (soprano saxophone); David Palmer , John Edwards , Jonathan Edwards, Robert Josp (percussion); Andreas Schell (background vocals).
    Liner Note Author: Peter Kater.
    Recording information: Bias Recording, Springfield, VA; Bob Read's Studio, North Garden, VA; Omega Studios, Rockville, MD.
    Unknown Contributor Roles: White Oak Singers; R. Carlos Nakai.
    In 1993, the Discovery Channel aired a six-hour miniseries documenting the experience of the Native Americans during America's westward expansion. Peter Kater created a three-hour score for How the West Was Lost. He captured 65 minutes of his favorites for the CD. His friend R. Carlos Nakai co-wrote many of the pieces and is one of the featured musicians. This is deep, soulful, and mournful music. Kater and Nakai celebrate nothing. They lament the loss of culture and heritage. This is a unique perspective on a topic that is often glamorized. There have been at least two similar documentaries with equally mournful soundtracks. The West and 500 Nations are comparable CDs. ~ Jim Brenholts

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