Sacred Spirit is a musical project consisting of a series of new age albums. It was co-produced by Claus Zundel, Markus Staab, and Ralf Hamm centered on electronic and ambient genres. They made a donation to the Native American Rights Fund for every album they sold supporting the legal rights of Native American people. In 1994, they released their first album titled “Chants and Dances of the Native Americans”. It was commercial hit and was nominated for the best New Age Album Grammy Award.
“Yeha Noha” was the first single they released in 1995 and it reached number one in several countries. Translated into English, the title meant “wishes of happiness and prosperity”. Native American chants were laced with electronic ambient and was considered to be one of the most successful enigmatic projects in history. In order to maintain a Native American status, Zundel took the pseudonym “The Fearsome Brave.”