MP3 Tom War Cloud - Visions Of The Fifth World
Healing Native Flute Music (first native flute music played by Native Astronaut on board space shuttle
7 MP3 Songs
WORLD: Native American, NEW AGE: Meditation
Two tragic events shaped the foundation for these songs, the terrorist attacks on Sept.11,2001, and a request for the song "Dry Your Tears" by a person who had lost his wife in the twin tower attacks.
The song was played at ground zero on the first anniversary
of the 9-11 attacks as well as many radio stations across
On Nov.23, 2002, Commander John B. Herrington, USN, Mission
Specialist on STS-113, became the first Native American to travel into space aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavor. He took five Eagle feathers and the song "Dry Your Tears" to
honor all the Indian Nations.
In Oct.2002, Tom War Cloud was diagnosed with cancer.
While visiting many doctors and clinics, he played many Medicine Songs for the people he met. These songs were taught to him by his father and uncles as well as elders of his Yaqui,Mayo,and Northern Arapaho Tribes. These songs, some of which are part of this CD, helped War Cloud to heal himself of his disease.
This CD is dedicated to them, Commander John B. Herrington of the US Navy, the many staff, doctors, and patients who became his friends.