Sacred Ground: A Tribute to Mother Earth

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Sacred Ground: A Tribute to Mother Earth
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Compilation album by Various artists
ReleasedSeptember 13, 2005
GenreNative American music
LabelSilver Wave
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic2.5/5 stars[1]

Sacred Ground: A Tribute to Mother Earth is a compilation album of Native American music released through Silver Wave Records on September 13, 2005. In 2006, the album won Jim Wilson the Grammy Award for Best Native American Music Album.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Sacred Ground", performed by Bill Miller – 6:20
  2. "Can You Hear the Call", performed by Robert Mirabal – 6:36
  3. "Mountain Song" – 6:00
  4. "Spirit Wind", performed by Bill Miller – 5:05
  5. "Seeking Light", performed by Joanne Shenandoah – 6:13
  6. "Raven", performed by Little Wolf Band – 5:43
  7. "People of Yesterday", performed by Robert Mirabal – 5:00
  8. "Prayers in the Wind", performed by Little Wolf Band – 4:06
  9. "Let Us Dance" – 5:15
  10. "Mother Earth", performed by Joanne Shenandoah, Walela – 4:49

Personnel[edit]

  • Walker Barnard – bass, bass guitar, programming, engineer
  • David Carson – narrator, spoken word
  • Mark Clark – percussion
  • Priscilla Coolidge – vocals
  • Rita Coolidge – vocals
  • Dave Glasser – mastering
  • Paul Groetzinger – drums
  • James Marienthal – coordination, photography
  • Johnny Mike – vocals
  • Bill Miller – acoustic guitar, flute, guitar, vocals
  • Robert Mirabal – flute, composer, vocals
  • Star Nayea – vocals
  • Verdell Primeaux – vocals
  • Valerie Sanford – art producer
  • Laura Satterfield – vocals
  • Joanne Shenandoah – composer, vocals
  • John Thomas – producer
  • Walela – vocals
  • Jim Wilson – bass, keyboards, programming, audio production
  • Shane Wilson – composer, programming
  • Ben Wright – electric guitar, e-bow
  • Neil Young – composer
  • Kevin Zornig – bass guitar, programming

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sacred Ground: A Tribute to Mother Earth". Allmusic. Retrieved July 20, 2010.
  2. ^ "List of Grammy winners". CNN. February 9, 2006. Retrieved July 20, 2010.