Medicine Songs

Blue Lilah

Who is Blue Lilah? Imagine being taken on a journey in the dream language of a medicine woman, with luscious percussion, backwards guitar, a whale's voice, a thunderstorm . . . and that's just the first song!

Let Blue Lilah take you with her through sea deeps, windy deserts and wild jungles. She casts her enchanting spell for you from the healing dreamtime! Her magical vocals ride on the rhythms of ancestral drums, gorgeous guitar tendrils and big-heart-beat bass.

Your invitation is awaiting . . . she is here to open her world for you!
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  1. 1 Bleyso 08:03 Info Buy
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  2. 2 Mmhm 09:33 Info Buy
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  3. 3 Medicine Journey 10:59 Info Buy
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  4. 4 San Tara Tropica 09:33 Info Buy
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  5. 5 Who Holds The Power 10:22 Info Buy
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  6. 6 Icons Of The Doi 08:16 Info Buy
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  7. 7 Tetenokenyo 07:25 Info Buy
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Award nOMinATIONS

Blue Lilah is excited and delighted to be nominated in TWO categories for the upcoming Just Plain Folks Music Awards!  Brian Whitney, CEO and Founder of Just Plain Folks, writes of the nomination, "It's a big deal: 17K albums and 240K songs were entered for the current awards, which cover the expanse of time since the last awards in 2009." 

  • Nominated for Best World Music Album is Blue Lilah’s album Medicine Songs by Kathleen Dunbar and Gawain Mathews. 
  • Nominated for Best World Music Song is the song Bleyso from Blue Lilah’s album Medicine Songs by Kathleen Dunbar and Gawain Mathews. 

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About Blue Lilah 

Kathleen Dunbar 
Vocals, “Language” and Incidental Percussion 
Gawain Mathews 
Instruments and Programming 
  
All Songs By 
Kathleen Dunbar
and Gawain Mathews 

Arranged and Produced by 
Gawain Mathews and Kathleen Dunbar 
Recorded and Mixed by Gawain Mathews 
Mastered at Trakwork by Justin Wells 
Additional Instruments 
John Wubbenhorst, Flute on Bleyso 
Vicky Ehrlich, Cello on Medicine Journey 
  
Cover Photo by Lorene Garrett  
Album Photography 
by Tamarind Free Jones  
Incidental Photography and Video 
by Kathleen Dunbar

Video Journey