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Apurimac III

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Released  1997
Release date  26 August 1997
Genre  New-age music
Artist  Cusco
Label  Autobahn Musik
Apurimac III httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediaenee6Apu
Apurimac III (1997)  Ancient Journeys (2000)
Similar  Cusco albums, Other albums

Cusco legend in the redwoods forest of sequoia


Apurimac III: Nature – Spirit – Pride is an album by the German cross-cultural new-age band Cusco, released in 1997. The album peaked at #7 on the Billboard Top New Age Albums chart.

Contents

All tracks on this album are related to the Native American cultures of North America. The beats, chants, and flute works depict a Native American musical style, though are made more accessible to modern ears through the use of overtly synthesized instrumentation and percussive rhythms.

Native american cusco dream catcher apurimac iii 1997


Track listing

All songs written by Michael Holm and Kristian Schultze except where indicated.

  1. "Ghost Dance" (traditional)
  2. "Kokopelli's Dream" (featuring Craig Chaquico)
  3. "Geronimo's Laughter"
  4. "Medicine Man"
  5. "Little Pigeon and Crazy Horse"
  6. "Pahrump — Big Water" (Holm)
  7. "Dream Catcher"
  8. "Legend in the Redwoods" (Schultze)
  9. "The Hunt"
  10. "White Buffalo" (Holm)

Album credits

  • Kristian Schultze — Arranger, programming
  • Maria Ehrenreich — Director, production director
  • Dan Selene — Executive producer
  • Michael Holm — Arranger, producer, mixing
  • Frank Von Dem Bottlenburg — Engineer, mixing
  • Giuseppe Solera — Flute
  • Murry Whiteman — Paintings, photography
  • Johan Daansen — Acoustic guitar
  • Debra Holland — Liner notes
  • Craig Chaquico — Guitar, performer
  • William Aura — Digital assembly, digital mastering
  • Matt Marshall — Executive producer
  • Songs

    1Ghost Dance5:39
    2Kokopelli's Dream (feat Craig Chaquico)6:03
    3Geronimo's Laughter4:16

    References

    Apurimac III Wikipedia


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