Painted Raven | Transcendence

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Transcendence

by Painted Raven

Featuring the healing sounds of the Native American flute paired with meditative synths, nature sounds, and entrancing rhythmic percussions. This album was created for chakra meditation, healing, and relaxation.
Genre: New Age: Healing
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1. Grounding
7:37 album only
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2. Creation
8:44 album only
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3. Empowerment
8:00 album only
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4. Connection
8:19 album only
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5. Expression
8:00 album only
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6. Clarity
8:08 album only
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7. Transcendence
9:22 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Painted Raven is the contemporary Native American and World Music trio led by Annette Abbondanza of Orlando FL, in collaboration with Marsha Harris of North Carolina, and Holly Harris of New Smyrna Beach, FL.
Their music is best described as an eclectic soundscape of all original, instrumental songs featuring Native flutes, guitars, keyboards, ethnic percussion instruments and drums.

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Steve Perkins

They just keep gettin' better.
I have been following Painted Raven for some time. It started as a duo and was real good. Then the flute player left. The lady who was doing most of the work, Annette Abbondanza found Marsha Harris and Painted Raven took off as a truly great band. Then they added Holly Harris and became the band they are today. They are wonderful. They each have musical gifts and they are willing to share them with us. I rank them up with Nakai and other wonderfully talented musicians. You only have to hear them to know how lucky we are to have these ladies share their talents and gifts with us. May they never slow down.
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