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- My Land, My People, My Soul

Bill Miller  ( USA 米国 )
(Native American_Best_14_by Prince)


New Age - Native American (Healing Flute)

My best favorites.
(a Super Fans' collection of Bill)





Official Web of Artist (or Music Company):    ( USA 米国 )      

     Bill Miller (3 Times Grammy Award-Winner) - Native American (Healing Flute)


Bill Miller is an award-winning recording artist, performer, songwriter, speaker, painter, and world-class
accomplished flute player.










Prince_Podcast_0170 (Bill Miller
_best_1) - My Land, My People, My Soul
Prince Podcast (Native American_Best_14)

王子音乐杂志_0170 (Bill Miller 葛莱美奖美洲原住民音乐大师系列典藏精选曲_1

Track List  曲目 (sample for audition & promotion only = 64 kbps) 

101_Bill Miller (Cedar Dream Songs_01)_Unspoken Prayer
(00:00 > 05:33)

102_Bill Miller (Spirit Wind North_04)_Lost Canyon
(05:33 > 12:22)

103_Bill Miller (A Sacred Gift_01)_Sacred Gift
(12:22 > 16:24)

104_Bill Miller & Sacred Earth (Wind Of The West_03)_West Wind
(16:24 > 22:45)

105_Bill Miller (Cedar Dream Songs_04)_Pathway To Dreams
(22:45 > 29:29)

106_Bill Miller (Ghostdance_11)_Sun Is Gonna Rise
(29:29 > 34:26)

107_Bill Miller (Healing Waters_04)_Sundog (Instrumental)
(34:26 > 36:49)

108_Bill Miller (Hear Our Prayer_06)_Bird Song
(36:49 > 47:07)

109_Bill Miller (Loon, Mountain And Moon_03)_White Road, Red Heart
(47:07 > 51:12)

110_Bill Miller (Raven In The Snow_05)_Red Bird, Yellow Sun
(51:12 > 54:55)

111_Bill Miller (Cedar Dream Songs_05)_Blood Brothers
(54:55 > 57:10)

112_Bill Miller (Spirit Rain_05)_Red Sky Red Heart
(57:10 > 60:52)

113_Bill Miller (Spirit Wind North_02)_Together As One
(60:52 > 65:57)

114_Bill Miller (Cedar Dream Songs_02)_Faith Of Fire
(65:57 > 71:12)

115_Bill Miller (The Red Road_01)_Dreams Of Wounded Knee
(71:12 > 75:24)

116_Bill Miller & Sacred Earth (Wind Of The West_02)_My Land, My People, My Soul
(75:24 > 82:35)

117_Bill Miller (Hear Our Prayer_09)_Prayers From The Forest
(82:35 > 86:07)

118_Bill Miller (Raven In The Snow_03)_In Every Corner Of The Forest, Part 1
(86:07 > 88:37)

119_Bill Miller (Cedar Dream Songs_06)_Sacred Ground
(88:37 > 94:01)

120_Bill Miller & Sacred Earth (Wind Of The West_05)_Chasing the Night Walker
(94:01 > 102:42)

121_Bill Miller (Spirit Wind North_03)_High Eagle Prayer
(102:42 > 109:56)

122_Bill Miller (Healing Waters_11)_Red Sky, Red Heart
(109:56 > 113:35)

123_Bill Miller (Spirit Wind North_01)_Birds Of Pray
(113:35 > 117:59)

124_Bill Miller (Cedar Dream Songs_03)_Prophecy
(117:59 > 121:24)

-------Total Time 121:24








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【新世纪经典】 [新宿王子典藏 18 cds]  Discography -
Bill Miller

     Bill Miller是曾荣获三次『葛莱美音乐大奖』及七次『美洲原住民音乐大奖』的音乐家, 歌唱家, 作曲家, 画家(专辑封面自己画的), 长笛大师.

     但本集音乐杂志主要介绍『抚慰心灵的美洲原住民长笛』纯音乐' 至於那些歌唱专辑' 虽也曾荣获大奖, 但非我所爱, 因此仅介绍一两曲, 不便之处请原谅.

[新宿王子典藏 18 cds] Discography - Bill Miller

Bill Miller (A Sacred Gift) 2002
Bill Miller (Art Of Survival) 1990
Bill Miller (Cedar Dream Songs) 2004
{2004 Grammys 美洲原住民Artist大赏}
Bill Miller (Chronicles Of Hope) 2011
Bill Miller (Ghostdance) 2000
Bill Miller (Healing Waters) 1999
Bill Miller (Hear Our Prayer) 2000
Bill Miller (Loon, Mountain And Moon) 1991
Bill Miller (Native Sons) 1982
Bill Miller (Native Suite_Chants Dances & Remembered Earth) 1996 {with Robert Mirabal}
{= Dance Of The Dead} {长曲且非我所爱}
Bill Miller (Raven In The Snow) 1995
Bill Miller (Reservation Road_LIVE) 2000
Bill Miller (Spirit Rain) 2002
Bill Miller (Spirit Songs_The Best Of Bill Miller) 2004
Bill Miller (Spirit Wind East) 2010
Bill Miller (Spirit Wind North) 201
0 {2010 Grammys 美洲原住民专辑大赏}
Bill Miller (The Red Road) 1993
Bill Miller (Wind Of The West) 2006 {with Sacred Earth}




About Bill Miller   ( USA 米国 ) 

Official Web of Artist (or Music Company):       


 Biography    - Bill Miller      


Bill Miller is an award-winning recording artist, performer, songwriter, speaker, painter, and world-class accomplished flute player.


(A) Three–time Grammy award-winning songwriter and musician:
         {Bill Miller荣获三次葛莱美大奖}

(1) Best Native American Music Album, "Spirit Wind North" –2010,

(2) “Cedar Dream Songs” –2004,

(3) “Sacred Ground–A Tribute to Mother Earth”–2005.

(B) Winner of seven Native American Music awards:
         {Bill Miller 荣获七次美洲原住民音乐大奖}

(1) Lifetime Achievement –2007,

(2) Song of The Year, and Single of the Year -2006,

(3) Best Male Artist, Songwriter of the Year, Folk Artist of the Year, Single of the Year, and Song of The Year for “Ghost Dance” –1999.


     (  )

Over the past four years, Miller has produced three incredible albums, received a Grammy Award and led Wisconsin’s La Crosse Symphony Orchestra, a member of the League of American Orchestras.

During his 35 year career as an award-winning singer and songwriter, Bill has composed, recorded, produced and performed music that is as true to his American roots as it is inspirational to his audience.

As an acknowledged master of the Native American flute, Bill has earned three Grammy awards along with multiple Native American Music awards in recognition of his songwriting.

During the course of his extensive career, Bill has cowritten with the likes of Nanci Griffith, Peter Rowan, Kim Carnes and his friend and mentor (comrade), Michael Martin Murphy.

He has shared the stage and toured with such diverse artists as Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder, the BoDeans, Richie Havens, Arlo Guthrie and Tori Amos.

In 2010, Bill released his highly anticipated “Chronicles Of Hope” album and "Spirit Wind East," the follow-up to the Grammy-winning "Spirit Wind North." Named after the four directions of the “Spirit Wind,” they honor all the North American Tribes.

Throughout his career, with one third of his time annually spent on the road, Bill would confess, “My music sustains my vision—it is a gift to be shared and a joy to perform.”


 (His History):

Official Web Biography 官方网站 Bill Miller介绍 (His History):

Whether painting a picture with his carefully chosen words or wielding a brush to place colors on canvas, Bill Birdsong Miller always creates from a vibrant emotional palette.

Drawing from his own life experiences as well as centuries of tradition, Miller is an artist of considerable depth. A three-time Grammy winning singer/songwriter as well as an acclaimed speaker and gifted painter, Miller is the quintessential American artist.

He has a restless creative spirit mingled with a well-grounded perspective and a heartfelt integrity that infuse his work with both substance and unique style. His artistry not only reflects his Native American heritage, but personifies the American experience.


Miller's most recent work is Chronicles of Hope, a powerful collection of songs that simultaneously entertains and inspires.

His musicianship, songwriting vision and vocal prowess coalesce brilliantly on this project. “I am a story teller, ” Miller says. “I take notes on life, mostly my own, but others too. I observe situations. I listen in on people's conversation. I interpret it in a musical way. I can't help but do that.”

Miller's list of accolades is lengthy and impressive. He has won six Native American Music Awards, including a 2007 Lifetime Achievement honor.

He's earned three Grammy Awards, among them his most recent in for “Spirit Wind North,” which was named Best Native American Album at the 2010 ceremony.

He's received international acclaim for “The Last Stand,” an original symphony he composed with Joshua Yudkin and Kristin Wilkinson.

Some of the top names in the music community have sought out Miller as a collaborator, among them Michael Martin Murphey, Nanci Griffith and John Carter Cash, and he's toured extensively, sharing the bill with a diverse slate of acts such as Tori Amos, Eddie Vedder and Arlo Guthrie. Well known for his beautiful performances on the flute, Miller was chosen to play flute on “Colors of the Wind” from Disney's Pocahontas.

As a painter, his work has been featured in the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian, the Trickster Gallery in Chicago, the Barbara Able Gallery in Santa Fe, and the American Indian Community House Gallery in New York.

More than the highlights on his professional resume, it's his life experience that best defines Bill Birdsong Miller.

A member of the Mohican tribe, he grew up in Wisconsin on the Stockbridge-Munsee Reservation in a home that combined the cultures of his Native American father with his mother's German ancestry into a unique melting pot.

“All I knew back then was the joy that music brought me. I think in those early days, there was a plan by God, my creator, that I would establish a relationship with music that was pure,” says Miller. “You've got to really recognize what something means to you before it becomes corporate, before it becomes taken for granted, when it truly is a joy and a gift.”

Growing up in a turbulent home with an alcoholic father, music was a means of emotional escape for Miller.

“My father really wasn't there for me. He was struggling with his alcoholism,” Miller says. “With an alcoholic father, the way I could escape was by putting myself in my music and my art.

It helped me through everything. Music was pure joy, yet I didn't think of being a musician. What I wanted to be was a visual artist. I drew and painted at a young age, and I won a scholarship out of high school into art school. I was really going to be a painter or an art teacher.”

Though he couldn't see it at the time, Miller's difficult childhood was shaping his future and the impact he would eventually have on others. Refusing to let his past be an anchor that drug him down, Miller learned to move from victim to victory and has encouraged others to do the same.

“Now if I were to look back, there's a master plan of how I was being set up to be a reconciler and it's taken me this long to accept that responsibility. It's a big responsibility because I've still got traces of my dad in me,” he says quietly. “I had a lot of anger issues.

You can't go through a life like that as a child on a reservation with a violent alcoholic father and not have anger issues. It all affected me and today it comes down to recognizing who I am, what I am, what I stand for and what I'm about.
It's like a compass. My compass points true north and true north is reconciliation. True north is about sacred ground. True north is knowing what things mean to me and really not going away from that.”

After high school, Miller began attending the prestigious Layton School of Art and Design in Milwaukee and began performing locally while he was also painting and pursuing his degree.

He met pop star turned country performer Michael Martin Murphey following a concert and Murphey was so impressed, he called his agent the next day and booked Miller as his opening act. The two artists forged a friendship that remains strong to this day.

Miller became one of the principal performers at West Fest, a series of festivals Murphey created to celebrate the culture and heritage of the West.

It was Murphey and Miller's friends in the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band that encouraged him to move to Nashville where he and his wife, Renee, have made their home for more than 20 years, raising their three biological children and adopting another son and a wheelchair-bound daughter with spina bifida.

Miller has become one of the Nashville community's most respected talents, working with Vince Gill, John Carter Cash and other Music City luminaries.

He has recorded nearly 20 albums—both as an independent artist and for Warner, Integrity, Vanguard and other labels. Much of his time has always been spent on the road.

“I've been on the road for so long and you'd think it would get ugly now or old, but I'm actually more invigorated by the road and the journeys and the stories,” he says. “I'm more excited than I was before because I really believe now that I have a purpose, not to say that I didn't know that I had a purpose, but back then I was pursuing a record deal, and even getting it, I was in pursuit of other things.

Now I'm in pursuit of excellence. I'm in pursuit of reconciliation. I'm in pursuit of music that supports that and I'm having the joy of my life with my family.”

Not bound to one creative medium, Miller continues to paint as well as make music. “Those two worlds work well together and it's a great way for me to express myself,” he says.

“I don't see it as any less a gift than music. I used to put all my efforts into music, but now I do put a lot of time into my art. I like to create images that speak, same as my music. I want people to walk away and remember that image. That's not easy to do.

I did my cover for this last album that won a Grammy ‘Spirit Wind North.' That's my painting. I just love to paint and I want to spend more time doing it.”

As if Miller's schedule wasn't already full enough, he's also a highly sought after public speaker. “It's another platform for me because I'm not afraid to talk to anybody or in front of anybody.

I speak on reconciliation and how reconciliation makes a difference in your world,” says Miller, who has been asked to address executives at AIG, MTV, FDIC and the Environmental Protection Agency.

He's also looking for additional opportunities to expose “The Last Stand,” which commemorates the Battle of Little Big Horn of the Great Sioux War of 1876-77.

The symphony, which took Miller and friends four years to write, has been performed in Israel by the Kibbutz Orchestra. Miller accompanied playing the Native American flute and guitar. “It was unbelievable,” he says. “ I was so looking forward to it and it was more than I ever dreamed of. The people there accepted it with tears and open arms and ovations.

They were very blown away by it. They related to it. I think it was the perfect place to do it.'

He's also looking forward to hitting the road again to share new music from Chronicles of Hope. “This is the most unique record I've made in the years because it was delving into life and death issues.

I didn't plan it to be that way, but the songs became prophetic,” he confesses. “I went through a lot of life lessons.”

Chronicles of Hope is Miller's most personal, most transparent work to date. “This was the most freeing record because it was like a journal to me. On‘The Last Breath' it talks about how you could be seeing this or breathing it for the last time. I
was writing about myself as well as the world's issues, asking ‘What does this land mean to me? What does my marriage and faith mean to me?'”

Taking his own personal observations and experiences and creating art that is universal in its ability to strike people in the heart---that has long been Bill Miller's gift. Whether the medium is painting, music or the spoken word, Miller is a communicator.

It's his heritage and his future, intimately intertwined, and rarely has someone used that gift more passionately or effectively than this Native son.

TV Appearances
NBC–Today Show with Katie Couric, CNN-Showbiz Today, PBS–Austin City Limits,PBS–Special “Songs of the Spirit”,
RFD–TV, PBS-Special “For The Generations”

Syndicated Radio Performances and Interviews
NPR–Washington, D.C., WSM Radio, XM Radio, Woodsongs Radio Hour, Mountain Stage Radio.

Art Showcases
“The Trail of the Painted Ponies–“Ghost Horse,” Santa Fe New Mexico Gallery showings include: Fort Hayes Shot
Tower Gallery–Columbus, Barbara Able Gallery–Santa Fe, Trickster Gallery–Chicago, American Indian Community House
Gallery–NYC, Koshare Indian Museum, La Junta, CO

Speaking Engagement Highlights
The Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian–NYC, AIG Corporation, MTV Networks–NYC,
Environmental Protection Agency–Washington D.C., FDIC Headquarters–Washington D.C., Universities and colleges
nationwide, Community and recovery centers nationwide


For more information contact:
Intero Alliance, LLC
PO Box 682708

Franklin, TN 37068-0277
Contact: Joshua Schlessman
888-744-8010 ext. 121
615-815-1780 ext. 121
artists [at]

For national and international performance and speaking engagements:
Booking Agency:
Charles Dorris & Associates, LLC
Agent: Jill Fetters
615-236-1684 office
615-293-3403 direct
jillfett [at]

For college performance and speaking engagements:
Wally's World of Entertainment:



Discography - Bill Miller


Official Web Discography 官方网站 专辑介绍:


[新宿王子典藏 18 cds] Discography - Bill Miller

2011__Bill Miller (Chronicles Of Hope) 2011
2010__Bill Miller (Spirit Wind North) 2010
{2010 Grammys 美洲原住民专辑大赏}
2010__Bill Miller (Spirit Wind East) 2010
2006__Bill Miller (Wind Of The West) 2006 {with Sacred Earth}
2004__Bill Miller (Spirit Songs_The Best Of Bill Miller) 2004
2004__Bill Miller (Cedar Dream Songs) 2004
{2004 Grammys 美洲原住民Artist大赏}
2002__Bill Miller (Spirit Rain) 2002
2002__Bill Miller (A Sacred Gift) 2002
2000__Bill Miller (Reservation Road_LIVE) 2000
2000__Bill Miller (Hear Our Prayer) 2000
2000__Bill Miller (Ghostdance) 2000
1999__Bill Miller (Healing Waters) 1999
1996__Bill Miller (Native Suite_Chants Dances & Remembered Earth) 1996 {with Robert Mirabal}
{= Dance Of The Dead} { 长曲且非我所爱}
1995__Bill Miller (Raven In The Snow) 1995
1993__Bill Miller (The Red Road) 1993
1991__Bill Miller (Loon, Mountain And Moon) 1991
1990__Bill Miller (Art Of Survival) 1990
1982__Bill Miller (Native Sons) 1982



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