Black Hills Sololoquy 2. Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee 3. Crashing Thunder 4. Home Again 5. Legend of Mount Tamalpias 6. Rainbow Thunder 7. The Long Lullaby 8. The Pathfinder 9. Cheeeek that out dude. Lead RIFFs:. Bad selection. Save Cancel. It is used here to depict a mood of joyous travel. Side 2D "Khatum" Khatum literally means "a sealing", or, as I mean, a closing prayer to the album.
It expresses a mood of deep respect to God. Closing Comments: I was asked by the record company to sum up "my" philosophy of life and music.
Amen, Robbie Basho. The Voice of the Eagle Side 1 1. The South Indian Hindu log drum, the mrdangam, is used to accentuate the heartbeat. The eagle is a solar bird, the messenger of the gods, and has often been used in Hopi ceremonials. Throughout the LP are key American Indian words, wich listeners should be aware of. Another face would be our fellow man. A poetical feeling for what happened there and afterwards.
Si Tanka, or Big Foot, was a holy man. A kind of American Indian manifesto, using a Hopi motif with Incan overtones. Pahana is a Hopi term for the Long Lost White Brother, a saviour or Rasoul of fair skin who will return some day to help the Indian race - a returning Quetzatcoatl. The same one the Boy Scouts use to close their camp fire, only the melody and words are changed to a contemporary style.
I met a Sioux man married to an Omaha girl - they thought it was all right. Funny how people who start out warring against each other wind up in marriage. A Drama Myth "Sing", of the Navahoes, depicting the spiritual and physical evolution from lower to higher forms of life.
With this in mind, I wrote this contemporary song. All words are Latin except C onsuelo, Spanish for "She who consoles or comforts. Khalil Gibran. The Rhapsody itself is A Spiritual Journey of many short vignettes of going to, and coming from, linked together by a common theme of Love. Ocean Section 1. Part II J. March M. Rolling Home. Visions of the Country A Day in the Life of North America I would paint for you a portrait of North America, as a beautiful woman, when she was young and untarmed, untrammeled upon and unshamed.
Her discipline was natural, her modesty overwhelming. And in the morning she would wash the burning face of the sun with her loving mist and comb his auburn hair with balsam fur: and he would smile upon her, and the day would begin and she would spread her apron for all to gather round her and she would feed the deer and the birds and share her loving heart with all creation.
And with breakfast done, she would take her waterjar across her shoulders and off to the fields she would go; the seeds of corn and squash to sow, and she would raise her head to watch the forests weave their silent singing o'er the wind; and she would tickle the streams with magic fingers and feel the water's flow and know the humor of their coursing.
And up, up into the afternoon she would saunter, the sweat upon her brow, and past the jagged rocks, and past the balsam boughs , and in the shade od cedar she would stop to rest perchance to pray. Could she forget the warmth of sun against her eyes at night, and sight has fallen slowly into sleep and keep: and awake! For in the evening she would sing oh so sweetly that entire earth would turn on its side the better to hear her: and moon would place his palm against his cheek and weep with deep emotion for he was an old fellow with white hair, and she made him forget the distance of eons and eons and neutrons and protons.
And of course this happened a long time ago before the age of tempered steel and ruffled lace, and outer space. Born for love and nothing more Given away 'cause we was poor Will you wait, will you wait for me?
I'll be waiting by the river my love I'll be waiting by the trees Will you wait, will you wait for me? Now comes a rainstorm, and hear the organ sounding within the church. After the rainstorm, doves flying from the cathedral window, and the immortal chimes. Ackerman Special German Rococo 6.
Apres Midi American Nature Mood. Scottish Rites A study for 12string; thinking of Vaughn Williams. Pavan India A mini-raga for 6 string 4. Rainbow Thunder -Songs of the American West Rainbow Thunder is a collection of songs expressing the feelings and textures of the West in its Prime, and of the Native American Peoples who lived there. I hope it does them some small degree of justice - they who looked so hard into Nature.
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We have 1 albums and 10 song lyrics in our database. Many Battles have been won, Just by Sitting with the Sun. Love is still a gentle tune: Keep on riding with the Moon. When I have my heart i. If this song really means something special to you, describe your feelings and thoughts. Born for love and nothing more Given away 'cause we was poor Will you wait, will you wait for me? My hair was black and my eyes was bright. Ride with the wind, my love Sing to the sun Bring my love, my love to me Walk with the stars Talk with the moon Bring my love, my love to me.
Blue crystal fire: burn brightly in me my love Smooth singing sunshine: wrap your blanket around me my love Fast flowing waterfall: wash my. Album Reviews. Robbie Basho. Folk Radio remains free and is made possible by advertising and patronage. Explore More. An Interview with Buck Curran. World Premiere: Voice of the Eagle: The Hayden Pedigo — Seven Years Late.Acoustic guitar pioneer and master of American primitivism Robbie Basho is less well-known than his friend John Fahey, but in recent years his work has gained more attention. Rainbow Thunder.