Revive the Beauty Way is dedicated to the native Dine people of Big Mountain Arizona who are resisting forced relocation from their homeland to make way for coal, uranium, and oil mining. Many of the songs were inspired by the experiences on the annual Thanksgiving Food and Supply Run to Big Mountain. With the help of David Katz and our friends at AAE this project was powered by using 34 soar panels, a 4,000 watt Trace inverter with grid interface capability. So we put in the power we made during the day and took out what we needed at night. This was part of the art form in a practical as well as symbolic way. We demonstrated an alternative to genocide in the name of resource extraction, and when it came to recording the tube amps we found that the direct power from the sine wave inverter was the cleanest way to go. Rick Mathisen, guitars, Jan Peters, keyboards, mandolin, bazouki, vocals, Zazmo Deex, bass, Harmony Dyken, vocals, Lisa Bean, vocals, Bear Dyken, vocals, guitars, accordion, harmonica, flutes, Mark Dyken, drums. Songs include: The Dhange, Coal Carriers, Good Thing Comes, Revive the Beauty Way, What Are We Doing?, Reach Up For the Healing, Thank You For Music, Whatcha Gonna Do With That Stuff, Find Some Room, Shining Like the Sun, Runner, and the drum chant, Heal These Global Wounds.