- Juno Award for Aboriginal Recording of the Year
The Juno Award for Aboriginal Recording of the Year, formerly known as Best Music of Aboriginal Canada Recording, is an annual award presented by
Canada's Juno Awardsfor the best album by a First Nationsartist.
Best Music of Aboriginal Canada Recording (1994 - 2002)
Susan Aglukark, " Arctic Rose"
Jerry Alfred and the Medicine Beat, " ETSI Shon "Grandfather Song""
Buffy Sainte-Marie, " Up Where We Belong"
Mishi Donovan, " The Spirit Within"
Robbie Robertson, " Contact from the Underworld of RedBoy"
Chester Knight & the Wind, "Falling Down"
Florent Vollant, " Nipaiamianan"
Eagle & Hawk, "On and On"
Aboriginal Recording of the Year (2003 - Present)
Derek Miller, "Lovesick Blues"
Susan Aglukark, " Big Feeling"
Burnt Project 1, "Hometown"
Leela Gilday, " Sedzé"
Derek Miller, " The Dirty Looks"
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