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Most High

Released in the Summer of 2015, Most High is the fourth Native Roots CD.

Celebrate

Released in the Spring of 2007, Celebrate is the third Native Roots CD.

Rain Us Love

Rain Us Love is the second Native Roots CD and which released in 1991 and won

"Best World Beat Recording" at the Native American Music Awards in 2002. Rain Us Love

once again is an example of the unique style of reggae that makes Native Roots not

just another reggae band, but one that has integrated reggae into the rich variety of influences

each member brings to the band. From the the happy and fun Frybread song, originally done

by Keith Secola, to the more serious Fire Water, Rain Us Love is sure to make you think

as well as put a smile on your face.

Place I Call Home

The Native Roots CD Place I Call Home took Indian Country by storm

in 1998 featuring the title track Place I Call Home. The song has since become an

anthem of sorts for Native Americans. Nominated for a Native American Music

Award in 1999, Place I Call Home presents variety of reggae styles including dance

hall, rockers, and the one drop. In addition clear message of the Native American

experience is brought forth in an impressive musical journey.