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Under These Skies

by Bruce Barham

Nine songs built around the Native American Flute, some instrumental in gentle formats with storms and thunder, or native flute jazz such as Dancin' Kokopelli, or light instrumentation from Bruce's excellent 12 string guitar work.
Genre: World: Native American
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1. Heart Wing
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2. Cloud Dancin'
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4:44 $0.99
3. Fridays
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3:37 $0.99
4. Dancin' Kokopelli
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4:18 $0.99
5. There's Hope
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6. Circles On Water
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7. Lil Stand'n Eagle
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8. Butterflies Creation
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9. A Deep Valley
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Album Notes
Bruce is a Memphis musician, ocassionally performing as a sideman backing other musicians on bass and /or harmonica. He is also a strong performing soloist in his own right,using acoustic twelve-string and harmonica with a whole nights worth of originals interspersed with an ocassional copy from artists like Bill Miller, Kate Wolf, Roger McGuinn, David Crosby and Bob Dylan as well as drawing from such standard Memphis artists as Dan Penn, Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding........
As his music is heart felt and high energy in his blues formats, Bruce has become well known for his harmonica abilities and has begun exploring backing opportunities with other artists.
Further broadening his musical horizons, Bruce has pursued the beauty and uniqueness of the Native American Flute, feeding his Cherokee Heritage and performing for powwows in East Tennessee and festivals in Arkansas, releasing this cd, Under These Skies. a collection of nine tunes influenced by the NAF.
His next cd is already in the studio works and is a collaboration with Annah Graefe, vocalist and featured as guest on Under These Skies.

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great music on the cd
you put a lot of time into your music i know you enjoy doing that keep up the good work it is a great cd thank you

Tina ms independent_1 from paltalk

Simply fantastic and very relaxing
Bruce.... I am kind of at a lost for words. The only thing I can say is. Just simply fantastic choice of music you blended together on this one. Dancin Kokopelli and Lil Stand'n Eagle are my favorite. Enjoy listening to Cd everyday before and after work to relax makes for a very relaxing calming drive. Hope to hear much more of your work.


Bruce's musical journey continues. I am grateful the journey is made available t
Bruce and I have shared music and friendship, good times and bad! I am a continual fan of his musical evolution. Under These Skies continues a journey that has sought insight, a muse's influence, and a feeling of sharing that is for ever Bruce Barham. I am grateful he includes us all to be part of that journey. I have given 4 stars one for each direction and season. The 5th star is Bruce's all alone!


Betty Cura-Castillo

As Usual, Bruce shows love and great energy in music of the CD.
I have Bruce Barham's CD "Lone BYRD" and CD "Memphis Soloist 2002....which are utterly fantic...but from what I've heard of his songs on this CD, Under These Skies, is even better.

I am a Native American Flute Player myself...and Bruce has superceded the art of playing the Native American Flute more than anyonelse I know....He throws himself heart and soul in his flute playing, just as he does with the other generes of music he plays in.

I rate this CD as a big five star...and I give Bruce himself another five stars for the artistry that he brings to his music.