The Paul Winter Consort’s album: CRESTONE: A Celebration of the World of Crestone , celebrates the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Great Sand Dunes, and San Luis Valley of Southern Colorado.
Paul Winter's imaginary journey of a mythic sea lion pup inspired this musical celebration of the sea, which interweaves the actual voices of eleven different sea mammals.Efforts generated as a result of CALLINGS led to the designation of March 1 as International Day of the Seal.
1993 Grammy Award Winner | Best New Age Album
Recorded live by the Paul Winter Consort while on tour in Spain
1999 Grammy Award Winner| Best New Age Album
A contemporary celebration of the summer solstice. This music, both original and traditional, emerged from the 'Celtic Solstice' events held in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine during two summer solstice celebrations. Featuring Paul Winter and Friends.
Guitarist, composer, pianist, singer, arranger and musical bon vivant, Oscar Castro-Neves weaves the rhythmic joy his Brazillian guitar and vocal music with the sound of the Paul Winter Consort and other friends in this collection of vibrant and haunting compositions.
Paul Winter returns to his favorite acoustic space on Earth, the Grand Canyon, to create his first solo album, a musical adventure accompanied by the ambient sounds of Canyon Wren, Raven, Hummingbird, White-throated Swift, Mourning Dove, Crickets, wind, rain and thunder.
Journey With The Sun
2001 Grammy Award nominated album from Paul Winter and The Earth Band.
Featuring Arto Tuncboyaciyan and special guests including Mickey Hart.
Prayer For The Wild Things
1994 Grammy Award Winner | Best New Age Album
Celebrating the Northern Rockies with Paul Winter and his new Earth Band accompanied by the voices of twenty-seven mammals and birds and Native American singing and drumming by Arlie Neskahi and the White Eagles Singers.
Eugene Friesen and Paul Halley blaze a new path for their instruments in this landmark album of spontaneous compositions recorded in the warm and radiant acoustics of New York's Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Says producer Paul Winter: "Thanks to Eugene Friesen, one of the most sexy and soulful instruments in the world has been liberated."
Ten Years of Living Music from Paul Winter and Friends