Archie Adam Cavanaugh can simply claim to experienced a significant label discharge on A&M in 1980 with an record entitled Dark and Light Raven. The small print would be that the label released the record just in Alaska. Cavanaugh is certainly a member from the South Alaskan Tlingit tribe and his outstanding performances have got survived the exams of your time, among which always appears to need emerging through the shroud of obscurity referred to as “non-promotion.” A&M without doubt agreed upon the artist to begin with due to the unexpected achievement of saxophonist and songwriter Jim Pepper with “Witchi-Tai-To”. (Pepper himself was among the program players in the Cavanaugh record.) The record was made by Tony Bellamy, and provides reminded some listeners of Boz Scaggs’ materials through the ’70s. Dark and Light Raven eventually created a popularity for top quality among enthusiasts of so-called “white” tempo & blues or blue-eyed spirit. In 2000, japan Vivid Audio reissued Cavanaugh’s masterwork on Compact disc in 2000, plugging right into a new marketplace for uncommon groove material.