Crestone (album)

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Studio album by Paul Winter Consort
Released September 25, 2007
Recorded 2007
Genre New-age
Label Living Music
Producer Paul Winter, Peter May
Paul Winter Consort chronology
Silver Solstice
(2005)Silver Solstice2005
Miho: Journey to the Mountain
(2010)Miho: Journey to the Mountain2010

Crestone is an album by Paul Winter Consort, released in 2007 through the record label Living Music.[1] The album is named after the community of Crestone, Colorado. The album was recorded in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the Great Sand Dunes, and the San Luis Valley of southern Colorado, all of which are located near Crestone. In 2008, the album earned the group a Grammy Award for Best New Age Album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Songs to the Mountains"
  2. "Koji Island"
  3. "Blue Horse Special"
  4. "Calling the Buffalo"
  5. "Zen Morning"
  6. "Witchi Tai To (Invocation)"
  7. "Whooper Dance"
  8. "Intertribal Pow-Wow Song"
  9. "Mountain Treefrogs"
  10. "Cloud"
  11. "The Smell of the Rain"
  12. "Meadowlark"
  13. "Sunset on the Great Sand Dunes"
  14. "Nightfall in the Wetlands"
  15. "Moonrise Over the Sangres"
  16. "All My Relations"
  17. "Bumblebee Honor Song"
  18. "Home on the Range"
  19. "Witchi Tai to"
  20. "Goodnight to the Mountains"



  1. ^ "Crestone". Allmusic. Retrieved March 10, 2011.