Lynda Cole and Jan Michael Looking Wolf | Spreading Wings

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Spreading Wings

by Lynda Cole and Jan Michael Looking Wolf

Songs for the heart and Soul. A peaceful yet powerful journey through exquisitely varied music on soprano, alto, and bass silver flutes, Native American flutes, harp, guitar,hand drums, and a touch of gentle vocals.
Genre: New Age: Meditation
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Spreading Wings
Lynda Cole, Keith Sommers, Jan Michael Looking Wolf
5:18 $0.99
2. Father Sky
Jan Michael Looking Wolf , Lynda Cole
5:39 $0.99
3. Fragile Hearts Touching
Lynda Cole
3:25 $0.99
4. Blue River
Keith Sommers, Lynda Cole, Jan Michael Looking W olf
4:20 $0.99
5. Medicine Woman
Lynda Cole, Jan Michael Looking Wolf
3:36 $0.99
6. Exhale
Lynda Cole
5:50 $0.99
7. Wings Of The Wing
Lynda Cole
3:22 $0.99
8. Twilight and Shadows
Lynda Cole and Jan Michael Looking Wolf
4:14 $0.99
9. Great Mystery(Ishtima)
Jan Michael Looking Wolf
2:43 $0.99
10. The Path Home
Lynda Cole and Jan Michael Looking Wolf
3:33 $0.99
11. Walking Sacred Ground
Lynda Cole and Jan Michael Looking Wolf
4:45 $0.99
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Album Notes
Spreading Wings is a 2007 winner in the Indian Summer Music Awards for Native Spirit, and a finalist in the Spiritual category.

Spreading Wings is a 2007 finalist in the Independent Music Awards for Best Song in the New Age category.

Spreading Wings is a 2007 finalist in the International Acoustic Music Awards

Digital cable TV radio station Music Choice Soundscapes has voted Blue River #1 Song of the week in February 2007, and has voted both Spreading Wings and Blue River in the top 10 several times in 2007.

Spreading Wings was rated #10 out of the top 100 in the New Age Billboard charts in February 2007.

Unexpected magic occurred when Lynda Cole and Jan Michael Looking Wolf collaborated together on the CD Spreading Wings. Lynda, an accomplished silver flutist and harpist, and Jan Michael a renowned Native American flutist,combined their styles and talents to create music that is new, and fresh, yet evokes feelings of honoring past musical traditions and spiritual ceremonies. Both come from a path of healing in their own lives, and bring this healing presence into their music.

Lynda has lived a life of spirit, self espression and mindfulness. She has followed her heart and passion for expressing aliveness and wholeness, and helping others find their own way.
During the past 30 years, Lynda has studies many healing modalities, and has been a massage therapist, stress management educator, hospice nurse, mental health nurse, and Hakomi trained counselor.
Lynda has played silver flute since 1967, improvising and playing by ear with a variety of musicians and musical styles, from latin jazz, to world beat.In 1987 she got her first harp, gradually developing her own style, including singer-songwriter with harp and voice. She performs her music in a variety of concert and healing settings, including having played for many hospice and mental health clients.
Lynda has a private counseling/coaching practice, and teaches a mindfulness based stress reduction program at Bay Area Hospital in Coos Bay, Oregon where she lives.She also leads workshops in Opening to Your Creativity, Playful Vocalisation, and more.

Jan Michael Looking Wolf Reibach, a six-time native flute recording artist and Kalapuya Tribal Member of the Confederated Tribe of Grand Ronde, resides near his Indian Reservation. Previously recognized as a nominee for Best Native Flute Recording by the ISMA in 2004 and 2005 and for Best Blues and Jazz Artist at the Native Music Awards in 2004. With the most recent honors by the Independent Music Awards (IMA) as a finalist for Best New Age Recording and Best Music Video at the 2006 NAMMYS, he is fast becoming nationally known as a premier native flute performer.

In addition to touring and recording, Looking Wolf instructs Native American Music Courses at Oregon State University year-round. He has created three classes which have been accredited which include a course where the students learn the history of the native flute.

VISIT for more information and be well always......Lynda and Jan



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Fredrica Bergeron

Peace for the Soul
I was ambivalent about buying Spreading Wings, wondering if the guitar, silver flute, harp and drums might overpower the haunting sound of the Native American flute. But I should not have worried. Looking Wolf’s skill with the little pieces of wood didn’t disappoint me. Creator has bestowed a marvelous talent on Looking Wolf. The difficulties he experienced during his illness have been compensated for by Creator with the wonderful gift of the Native American flute, and he has proved himself more than worthy of such a gift. The guitar, silver flute, harp and drums provided a melodious background for his music.


Gentle, enjoyable, refreshing with diverse sounds. I recommend highly recommend

Serge Kozlovsky /

Writings by Serge Kozlovsky
When in the clinking silence of the night
The anguish has insensibly oppressed the heart
Then listen to a sound of the Native flute
A healing one,
It’s older than the world…

The mastery and inspiration, the first flush of perception and the deepest love to the Mother-Earth have merged together in this music. While listening to the “Spreading Wings” you are just melting in charming, hypnotic sounds of the Native American flute, and hovering in such earthy and at the same time sublime harmonies. In this music there is a clear glance of a child who looks at the outer world without fear and prejudice. And you realize that he sees something ulterior, which is lost for you maybe…

The “Spreading Wings” album constitutes a marvelous collaboration of two outstanding musicians: Jan Michael Looking Wolf, a flutist, and Lynda Cole, both harp-player and flutist who had mastered a lot of healing techniques. And this is being felt in the sounding of the album. The music of the “Spreading Wings” has a therapeutic effect, it calms and relaxes. And what is moreover, it contains a lot of love. A gentle vocal, a guitar and hang drums accentuate, in a delicate manner, a divine beauty of this album.

After having heard the “Spreading Wings” you will be able to shake the hoards of fears and losses off your shoulders. With this music you have a strong desire to go on living and creating. Just looking in the unknown and realizing that tomorrow shall bring only good things!

Once having shaken out from your heart
The weight of partings, losses,
Might-have-been hopes,
Just live again
As at the first day of your life…

Serge Kozlovsky

P.S. Translated by Tatyana L. Permyakova.


This is a wonderful cd for healing work or massage
I am a massage therapist and I love playing this music for massage, its beautiful and each song is really different from the next so I don't get bored. This type of music with lots of deep notes on the flutes helps me feel really focused and grounded. My clients really seem to relax and get into the music and the massage. I frequently get asked afterwards where I got the cd.