Douglas Spotted Eagle is really a Local American flute virtuoso and composer who, furthermore to saving his own albums, continues to be involved in a number of film and tv projects. Elevated in Valley Junction, Iowa, Discovered Eagle started playing the Local American flute at age group 12, making his very own; when his family members moved to Sodium Lake Town, he produced a rock-band that had an opportunity to open up for ZZ Best. Having reserve music to improve his family members, he began producing home recordings offering flute and synthesizer in 1988, which ultimately got him a agreement with Audio of America; with the ’90s, he was showing up on Local American musical tasks and adding to television shows just like the Tracey Ullman Present, Millennium, as well as the X-Files, along with the PBS documentary JUST HOW Western world, 500 Countries, and Robbie Robertson’s rating for The Local Americans.
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|A Thousand Roads||2005||Short flute|
|American Experience||1997||TV Series documentary musician - 1 episode|
|500 Nations||1995||TV Mini-Series musician - 1 episode|
|9:04 AM||2007||sound editor|
|A Thousand Roads||2005||Short "Good Morning Indian Country", "Walk In Beauty's Way", "Who Are We To Say" score, "A Thousand Roads: End Title"|
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