Little Wolf: Wolf Moon
Wolf Moon is a haunting, enchanting combination of Native American chants and instruments,
ambient textures and hip-hop rhythms. It is an intensely spiritual and evocative record,
finding a common ground between the past and present and demonstrating that Jim Wilson -- the man
behind Little Wolf -- is a composer with a distinctly modern and compelling vision.
Choctaw Indian Jim Wilson produced and co-wrote Robbie Robertson's Music for the Native Americans album in 1994. A year later, his group Little Wolf released their debut CD Dream Song. Little Wolf's second album Wolf Moon from 1997 contains beautiful Native American instrumentation as well as modern-day synthesizers and electric instruments, traditional chants, and the celestial vocals of the family group Walela with Rita, Priscilla and Laura Coolidge. Robbie Robertson's does some great guitar work on the track "Be Happy Here On Mother Earth". Jim Wilson also guested on Robbie's 1998 album Contact from the Underworld of Red Boy.
Little Wolf - Wolf Moon - 1997 - Triloka Records 536370