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Disney's BROTHER BEAR movie is set in the Pacific Northwest amidst the Ice Age culture of the Inuit. And while some tracks like \"Look Through My Eyes,\" \"No Way Out,\" and \"I'm On My Way\" could prop the soundtrack of any number of movies about a young boy's self-discovery, others are meant to evoke the Inuit culture. For example, \"Transformation\" is sung in the Inuit language by the Bulgarian Women's Choir, \"Great Spirits\" is belted out with enthusiasm by the incomparable Tina Turner, and the instrumentals, \"Three Brothers\" and \"Awakes as a Bear\" give a welcome sense of Native American instruments, rhythms, and cadences.
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