Ariel Kalma
CRAZY HORSE REMEMBERS
By: Ariel Kalma
Catalog ID: 519575   Duration: 4:19   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 97   Vocal: Mixed Vocals
Genre: World Fusion | Pan-World Fusion
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American Indian inspired voices, drumming and fire-dance, remembering Wounded Knee. Warriors calls with native flutes, live percussion, shakers and a mysterious sounding synthesizer create a rhythmic acid jazz groovy dreamscape. Worldbeats for the Global Soul   Keywords: Dramatic music chanting dance war trance tribe spirit tribal fusion instill powerful preparedness fierce vehement violent primitive rough rude Native American



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Long Description: Crazy Horse Remembers, World Fusion, Pan-World Fusion, music for video, royalty free music and royalty free background music

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Lyrics:
(breath chant, native calls, fire dance grunts etc...)
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