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How the West Was Lost, Vol. 2

  • 1. How the West Was Lost (Overture) - (overture)
    2. How the West Was Lost - (Seminole)
    3. Themes for the Cherokee
    4. Hand in Hand
    5. Prayer for Peace
    6. Our Land, Our Life
    7. How the West Was Lost (Indian Territory) - (Indian territory)
    8. Seminole Everglades, The
    9. Challenge at White River
    10. Dakota Justice
    11. Cherokee Faith
    12. Indian Territory
    13. White River Utes
    14. Landscape of War
    15. Proud Warrior
    16. Slight of Land
    17. Iroquois Longhouse
    18. Chief Ouray's Death Song
    19. Cherokee's Brother, The
    20. Everglade Farewell
    21. Grandmother's Lament
    22. Dance of the North
    23. Dakota Medicine
    24. How the West Was Lost - (closing theme)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 901

  • Credits
    EngineerChris Andersen; Heidi Gerber; Billy Brady; Jim Robeson

    Personnel: R. Carlos Nakai (vocals, flute, eagle bone whistle, rattles); Chris White, Joanne Shenandoah, White Oak Singers (vocals); Marty Goodbear, Cecil Hooker (violin); Peter Kater (piano, synthesizer, samples, percussion); Michael Moses Tirsch, Robert Jospe, Jonathan Edwards, Dave Palamar (percussion).
    Producers: Sonny Hutchison, Katherine Carpenter.
    Recorded at Nevessa Production, Saugerties, New York.
    Personnel: Peter Kater (strings, piano, synthesizer, percussion); R. Carlos Nakai (flute, percussion); Christine White, Marty Goodbear, Joanne Shenandoah (vocals); White Oak Singers (chant); Cecil Hooker (violin); David Palmer , Michael Moses Tirsch, Jonathan Edwards, Robert Josp (percussion).
    Recording information: Bias Recording Company, Springfield, VA; Nevessa Production, Saugerties, NY; Omega Studios, Rockville, MD.
    Unknown Contributor Roles: Marty Goodbear; White Oak Singers.
    Arranger: Peter Kater.
    When the Discovery Channel commissioned Peter Kater to compose and perform the soundtrack for How the West was Lost, he made some great decisions. He recruited R. Carlos Nakai, Joanne Shenandoah, the White Oak Singers, and other remarkable musicians to assist him. He created six and a half hours of deeply atmospheric music for the 13-hour documentary. How the West Was Lost, Vol. 2 is the second CD of this reverent music. Kater is certainly a talented individual and his capability grows with the input of Nakai and Shenandoah. Both of these discs are amazing and Kater still has four hours of music available for release. This is essential for fans of Native American music. ~ Jim Brenholts

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