MP3 Bunny Sings Wolf - White Haired Sunrise
Sunrise beautiful "Wolf" wisdom is soulfully sung with teachings of peace while this earth-friendly music comforts the heart. Haunting Nat. American flute harmonies weave within acoustic guitar and native drum beats, to bring indigenous ways into the NOW.
16 MP3 Songs
WORLD: Native American, FOLK: Gentle
"''Sunrise'' folk captures earthy spirit with style!"
Rapid City Journal reviews:
"A homage to nature is on the cover and in the straight-forward folk music on Bunny Sings Wolf''s newest album...
Black Hills folk singer Bunny Sings Wolf ably fills the niche of local Earth Mother with unforgettable folk panache.
The Lakota-inflected folk songs of her new CD, "White Haired Sunrise," are marked both by their spiritual and social awareness and Sings Wolf''s delicate vocal delivery.
On "White Haired Sunrise," her third CD, Sings Wolf''s New Age theme is woven around acoustic guitar punctuated by wooden flute. Her delivery is uncluttered, and she seems perpetually at ease, even amid the gloom of the disc''s opening song, "The End is Near," which begins: "When the mountain trembled and I held on tight/ And knew that hanging wouldn''t save me/ Still I strengthened my grip, praying rather than hoping."
No matter the outlook of the song, spiritual well-being seems to be the focus, and the natural world informs the music. Her organic folk is well-suited to the simple, straightforward performances.
Sings Wolf, of Newcastle, Wyo., made her name busking around the Black Hills but more recently has worked her way into [international recognition]. With "White Haired Sunrise," she captures the spirit of the Earth Mother, briefly, and sets it free to roam the Black Hills again."
With brand NEW flutes custom made for Bunny, used as harmonies on almost all of the 16 songs on this album - (including Kate Wolf''s "Give Yourself to Love" and "These Time We''re Living In") - these original songs are comforting, peaceful sounds, just in time to send messages of hope, freedom and peace to a troubled world.
The music of Bunny Sings Wolf honors and brings forward the music of the late Kate Wolf. However, the idea behind the CD cover art also pictures the honoring of the Wolf as it is meaningful to some indigenous cultures. In legend it is said the Wolf comes from the Great Star Nation - the home of teachers, and it''s association with "moon energy" (feminine) portraying them as holding the secrets of nurturing, knowledge and wisdom.