Two Rivers
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Mary Youngblood
“Walk With Me” (CD: Beneath the Raven Moon)
Mary’s CD, “Beneath the Raven Moon” was awarded the 2003 Grammy for best Native American Music Album.  Her composition “Walk with Me” is a fascinating combination of Blues and Native American styles, and beautifully underscores the end of Spokane Garry’s life, and the rise of white culture on the Northwest Plateau.
Robert Mirabal
“Painted Caves” (CD: Music from a Painted Cave)
First featured in a nationally broadcast PBS special of his work, Roberts composition “Painted Caves”, launches a presentation of Plateau culture in “Two Rivers”. It is a lovely evocation of the spirit and the poetry of ancient Native Americans, and dramatizes the sense of family and community Native people value so highly.
Golden Eagle
“Original Music” (CD: Golden Eagle)
Golden Eagle is an authentic Plateau Indian drum group, formed by members of the Iukes family to preserve and present Plateau style drum music, and performs regularly in powwows across the country. Recorded specifically for the film, Golden Eagle’s drum compositions underscore the strength and spirit of Plateau culture, and infuses “Two Rivers” with the energy, power, and vitality of Plateau Indian life.