Bunny Sings Wolf | Black Hills Back Roads

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Black Hills Back Roads

by Bunny Sings Wolf

Back stories from special and still to be discovered back roads to sacred places in songs of the Black Hills from a Singer-Songwriter who lives gently, hears deeply, dreams, sends, and believes in its music for these times - Bunny Sings Wolf
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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1. Wyoming's Yesterday
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2. More Than a Mountain
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3. Wild Mountain Climb
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4. Mato Tipila
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5. I White Horse
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6. Cold Creek Willows
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7. Buffalo Tales
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8. Wally's Song
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9. Old Jerome
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10. Blind at Three Forks
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11. Wind in My Hair
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12. Red Cloud
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13. Two Worlds Clash
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14. Vision Quest
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15. Buffalo Dreams
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16. Back Roads
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bunny's original "Mato Tipila" song earned "Excellent" on all counts, and was unanimously judged a winner by the Actors who depict contemporary Cowboys and Indians in the popular "Longmire" Netflix series at the songs world debut at Longmire Days' 2019 talent presentation to a packed house.

With music to heal a heart, a nation, a world, Bunny informs and resonates from the heart of the sacred Black Hills where with the spiritual traditional ways of her Lakota, Dakota, Nakota (Sioux) ancestors as well as with the determined anticipation felt by her ancestors who came by cattle drive and wagon train with dreams of finding and making a home in these lands, she lives and sends her voice as a bridge between histories and cultures, prejudice and misinformation, from worlds joined, yet apart, from family members who fought on both sides of the Battle of the Little Bighorn.

“Such a bright, beautiful spirit...loved your flute and the song is beautiful”
Adam Bartley - the "Ferg"

“...you’re so powerful!”
Katie Sackoff - Vic Moretti

"Oh wow! thank you so much for your beautiful spirit. Your music is so special!”
Bailey Chase - Branch Connolly

"Thank you for that experience. Virtually stunning, powerful words and messages...mesmerizing and hypnotic. I feel the healing!
Thanks for all of it, words, music, thoughts, energy!"
A. Martinez - Jacob Nighthorse

"Beautiful, Bunny!"
Robert Taylor - Walt Longmire

“Remember that the land is inspirited. It is quickened. When as you conduct your life you chance to see an eagle, or a wolf, or a bear, remember that it too is conducting its life, and it sees you as well. As does a tree. And the forest itself. The very land sees you. When you remember this, and feel this, and know this, you will want to hug the land. You will want to embrace it. And when that happens, you can be sure that the land feels the same way about you. The land loves you. She misses her children.” Blonde Indian – Ernestine Hayes

These lands hold ancient wisdom and healing for today's truth seekers wishing to savor the authentic wise spirit, the life force energy that still sends its music from the natural world to listening hearts. Perhaps through the songs received from personal experiences and dreams of Bunny Sings Wolf from her travels through astoundingly gorgeous and less traveled Black Hills back roads, future generations may explore the balance, harmony, abundance, peace that magically take one home.

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