Nancy, I've actually never had a problem buying used CDs, but I've only ever bought them from places like Amazon, Ebay, etc. where people have to state the condition of the item and where one can get a refund if the used item's condition is not as stated.
Yanc, Half.com is another good source for used and new CDs.
Post by gardenmoma on Jan 17, 2006 22:00:20 GMT -7
There is someone here in our town who makes Native American (American Indian) flutes and then sells recordings of the music...I don't know this person, but have heard recordings of the music. As Jaga says, very spiritual, very relaxing.
Here is what was said about "Creation's Journey: Native American Music:"
Presented by the National Museum of the American Indian. From powwow music to Christian songs in Cherokee to Irish reels, Native peoples from the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Bolivia present living traditions and crossovers to Euro-American musics. Recorded in New York City and Washington d.c., in 1992 and 1993. Package includes detailed notes in a beautifully illustrated booklet. An eloquent expression of enduring creativity, vibrant cultural life, and diverse artistry. 64 minutes. "A wondrous exhibition of Native American music." –TSC Entertainment News