Go My Son [CD] - BYU Living Legends

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With music selected from the international Living Legends tours of the recent past, Go My Son presents the music of the native peoples of the western hemisphere. Includes guest appearances by distinguished friends John Rainer with music depicting the American Southwest; Edgar Zurita and Los Hermanos de los Andes representing the indigenous music of South America; and, from Hawaii, Kenneth Makuakane and The Pandanus Club.

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1. Zuni Sunrise
John Rainer

2. Go My Son
Carnes Burson and Arlene Mofchissey Williams, arr. Phillip Campbell

3. Taos Round Dance
John Rainer

4. Cañitas de Carnaval
Los Hermanos de Los Andes

5. El Condor Pasa
Los Hermanos de Los Andes

6. Carnaval de los Pepinos
Los Hermanos de Los Andes

7. Ancient Hawaiian Hula Medley
Bill Kelly

8. Hana
Kenneth Makuakane and Randy Ngum

9. Kanaka Vai Vai
The Lamanite Generation

10. Light on a Distant Hill
Michael McLean


Produced by Ron Simpson

Recorded at Record Lab, Sound Column Studios, Bonneville Studio A, MPS Studio A, BYU Studio Y

Digital editing and pre-mastering at Studio One

Engineering by Ron Miller, Cliff Maag, J Bateman, Jon Holloman, Jeff Carter, and Mark Siddoway

Tantara Records is an enterprise center in the School of Music at Brigham Young University, and part of the College of Fine Arts and Communications.


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