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2004 Native American Music Awards 

 

And the 7th Annual NAMMY Award Winners Are...

 

 

Artist of the Year 

 

NAM

Litefoot 

"Native American Me" 

(Red Vinyl)

  MAIC  

Best Blues/Jazz Recording 

 

 

Cecil Gray & Red Dawn Blues Band 

"Indian Harmony" 

(CG)

MAIC

Best Compilation Recording 

Various Artists

 

Northern Cree & Friends 

"Honoring Singers & Songmakers Vol 2" 

(Cyn)

MAIC

Debut Artist/Group of the Year 

 

 

Jay Nez 

"My Family" 

(Dream 1)

MAIC

Best Female Artist 

 

 

Yolanda Martinez  

"Native Heartbeat" 

(Legends Alive)

MAIC

Best Folk/Country Recording 

 

Qua Ti Si  

"Through Indian Eyes" 

(Shadagea)

MAIC

Flutist of the Year

 

Billy Whitefox  

"When The Wind Sings" 

(Singing Wolf)

MAIC

Gospel/Christian Recording

 

Rezawrecktion  

"It's Time" 

(Lions Den)

MAIC

Duo/Group of the Year

 

Blackfire  

"Woody Guthrie Singles" 

(Tacoho)

MAIC

Best Historical Recording

 

Cozad  

"California Pow Wow" 

(Soar)

MAIC

Best Independent Recording

 

Stan Summers

"Walkin' n Fire" 

(CPR)

MAIC

Best Instrumental Recording

 

Joseph Firecrow w Billings Symphony 

"Signature - Parmly's Dream" 

(P)

MAIC

Best Male Artist

 

Eli Secody 

"Butterfly" 

(Secody)

MAIC

Best New Age Recording

 

Douglas Blue Feather 

"Star Nations" 

(Spirit Hawk)

MAIC

Best Pop/Rock Recording

 

The 9 Featuring Micki Free 

"Ruff Masters" 

(Island)

MAIC

Best Pow Wow Recording

 

Black Lodge, Star Society, 

Mocassin Flats 

"Blackfoot Pow Wow"

MAIC

Best Producer

 

Tom Wasinger & Mary Youngblood 

"Feed The Fire" 

(SWave)

MAIC

Best Rap/Hip Hop Recording

 

Shadowyze 

"Red Hawk Woman" 

(Tomahawk)

MAIC

Record of the Year

 

Jim Boyd 

"Going To The Stick Games" 

(Thunderwolf)

MAIC

Song/Single of the Year

 

Jimmy Lee Young 

"One Voice One Cry" 

(Crystal Feather)

MAIC

Songwriter of the Year

 

Felipe Rose 

"Red Hawk Woman" 

(Tomahawk)

MAIC

Best Short or Long Form Video

 

Walela 

"Walela Live In Concert" 

(Rich Heape Films)

MAIC

Best Traditional Recording

 

Randy Wood 

"Round Dance Blues" 

(Canyon)

MAIC

Best Spoken Word Recording

 

Mary Louise Defender Wilson 

"The Way We Are" 

(Makoche')

MAIC

Best World Music Recording

 

Yarina 

"Nawi" 

(Yari)

MAIC

Native Heart

 

Scott August 

"Sacred Dreams" 

(Cedar Mesa)

MAIC

 

1st Annual Native American Music Awards

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By Sandra Hale Schulman

A comprehensive look at the history and current trends in American Indian music.  No other book provides the same in-depth insights insights.  AuthorHouse, October 2002, Soft Cover, 200pp. $ 19.95

 

Proceeds from book purchases go to support the nonprofit, cultural, educational and religious purposes of the Manataka American Indian Council.  Thank you for your support. 

Notice: Occasionally books may be discontinued or out of stock without prior notice. With written permission, your order may be filled from the 'shelf'.  Shelf books are new, but some may be slightly discolored or sale tags may be still attached. Fulfillment rate: 98.6%.


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By Rick Ench, Jay Cravath

This book explores the music of North American Indians. Several songs and ceremonies of various Indian groups are highlighted, including the Apache Flute Song and the Ojibwa Medicine Song. The book also discusses the types of instruments traditionally used by American Indians, such as the Apache violin, flutes, drums, and rattles. Scholastic Library Publishing, September 2001, Soft Cover, 64pp.  $12.95

Proceeds from book purchases go to support the nonprofit, cultural, educational and religious purposes of the Manataka American Indian Council.  Thank you for your support. 

Notice: Occasionally books may be discontinued or out of stock without prior notice. With written permission, your order may be filled from the 'shelf'.  Shelf books are new, but some may be slightly discolored or sale tags may be still attached. Fulfillment rate: 98.6%.


NATIVE AMERICAN MUSIC DIRECTORY

Gregory Gombert, Editor

The most current directory available.  Want to write to your favorite artist?  Thinking about recording some music or selling your songs?  Want to book a drum group or host a concert?  Anything and everything about American Indian Music.  Music Cafe Publishing, August 2004,, Soft Cover, 160pp.  $ 29.95 

Proceeds from book purchases go to support the nonprofit, cultural, educational and religious purposes of the Manataka American Indian Council.  Thank you for your support. 

Notice: Occasionally books may be discontinued or out of stock without prior notice. With written permission, your order may be filled from the 'shelf'.  Shelf books are new, but some may be slightly discolored or sale tags may be still attached. Fulfillment rate: 98.6%.


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