Âtayôhkan

by Ed Peekeekoot

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Âtayôhkan - Ancient ones who completed their Earth lessons and work with the Creator.

This album was recorded with instruments made locally, from mostly local wood, in the Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island. Ed's Flutes were carved by Rommy Verlaan (www.heartsongflutes.ca). Corbin's cello was built by Rommy's partner, Zak Stolk (www.zakviolins.com), and Corbin's cello bow was made by Reid Hudson (www.reidhudson.com).

We are very proud to present music which is, on every level, born of this sacred land.

-Ed and Corbin-

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released November 13, 2015

Ed Peekeekoot, Native Flute
Corbin Keep, Cello
Gail Peekeekoot, Vocals (tracks 7 & 10)

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Ed Peekeekoot British Columbia

Multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and story-teller, Ed Peekeekoot, goes from blazing guitar work to foot stomping fiddle and haunting Native flute – all sprinkled with his Cree humor and philosophy. He takes people on a wildly varied musical journey from country folk to a touch of classical and jazz. ... more

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