Music > The Jeff Ball Band


Released on November 11, 1999


by The Jeff Ball Band

Features traditional flute styling woven within contemporary songs. Guest appearances by Michael Rose of the Cedar Tree Singers and the unmistakable sound of Douglas Spotted Eagle enhance this album.

Jeff Ball - Reverence Reviews from

Average Rating: 5.0

Rating: 5
A friend recommended this particular CD to me several years ago. I finally got it and am glad I did. I enjoy native American music anyway, and Jeff Ball's Reverence is a gold mine! It is truly beautiful music.

Rating: 5
I first heard this CD from a family member. The music is very soothing and simply puts you in a introspective and calm mood. Jeff Ball creates great music and I think this CD is put together quite well. There is a rhythm to it that echoes beyond the listener's ears. It's the kind of music you can put in your car on a long drive and allow yourself to forget about all the junk for a while. All of the tracks are great but if I had to pick favorites they would be "Southern Sun", "Take it as it Comes," and "Out Of The Darkness".

Rating: 5
We bought the tape while driving around the Southwest and it captured the ancient Native American spiritual feel of the land so well we wore it out. I'm now buying the CD. I love that he describes his song journey in the notes. Highly recommend his work.

Rating: 5
This Cd is great. The music is so relaxing and really is spiritual and uplifting. It helps after a long and stressful day at work. I would highly recommend this to anyone who loves Native American music.

Rating: 5
Creative! Mystical! The flute leads the way in this music as Kokopelli used his flute in the ancient myths. The music imparts a deep, sensual, mystical flavor of the southwest. It heals the spirit and soothes the soul.

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