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Title Native North America. Vol. 1, Aboriginal folk, rock, and country, 1966-1985.

Publication Info. Seattle, WA : Light In the Attic, [2014]
2014

Copies

Location Pub Note Copy No. Status
 Moline PL Music - MPLG-1  CD FOLK NAT    AVAILABLE
Description 2 audio discs ; 4 3/4 in.
performed music prm rdacontent
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audio disc sd rdacarrier
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Note Title from disc label.
Previously released material.
Program notes by Kevin "Sipreano" Howes, and lyrics with English and, in part, French translations (120 pages : illustrations) bound in container.
Contents I pity the country (Willie Dunn) -- I'll rock you to the rhythm of the ocean (John Angaiak) -- Fall away (Sugluk) -- Sikumiut (Sikumiut) -- Spirit child (Willie Thrasher) -- Call of the moose (Willy Mitchell) -- James Bay (Lloyd Cheechoo) -- Maqaivvigivalauqtavut (Alexis Utatnaq) -- Dreams of ways (Brian Davey) -- N'doheeno (Morley Loon) -- Little feather (Peter Frank) -- Tormented soul (Ernest Monias) -- Out of the blue (Eric Landry) -- Sky-man and the moon (David Campbell) -- Son of the sun (Willie Dunn) -- Silver river (Shingoose, poetry by Duke Redbird) -- Kill'n your mind (Willy Mitchell and Desert River Band) -- Mistashipu (Philippe McKenzie) -- Old man carver (Willie Thrasher) -- Winds of change (Lloyd Cheechoo) -- I shouldn't have did what I done (the Chieftones (Canada's All Indian Band)) -- I didn't know (Sugluk) -- I got my music (Lawrence Martin) -- Siwash Rock (Gordon Dick) -- Birchbark letter (Willy Mitchell and Desert River Band) -- Anaanaga (William Tagoona) -- Messenger (Leland Bell) -- Modern rock (Saddle Lake Drifting Cowboys) -- We got to take you higher (Willie Thrasher) -- Utirumavunga (Sikumiut) -- Ajuinnarasuarsunga (Sugluk) -- Hey, hey, hey, brother (John Angaiak) -- Tshekuan mak tshetutamak (Groupe Folklorique Montagnais) -- Peruvian dream (part 2) (Willie Dunn (featuring Jerry Saddleback)).
Performer Various performers.
Summary "Largely unheard, criminally undocumented, but at their core, utterly revolutionary, the recordings of the diverse North American Aboriginal community will finally take their rightful place in our collective history in the form of Native North America (Vol. 1): Aboriginal Folk, Rock, and Country 1966-1985. An anthology of music that was once near-extinct and off-the-grid is now available for all to hear, in what is, without a doubt, Light In The Attic's most ambitious and historically significant project in the label's 12-year journey."--lightintheattic.net.
Language Sung in English, Inuktitut, Cree, and Innu-aimun.
Subject Indians of North America -- Canada -- Music.
Folk music -- Canada.
Country music. (OCoLC)fst00881424
Folk music. (OCoLC)fst00929383
Indians of North America. (OCoLC)fst00969633
Rock music. (OCoLC)fst01099204
Canada. (OCoLC)fst01204310
Genre/Form Rock music.
Country music.
Music. (OCoLC)fst01423855
Added Author Dunn, Willie, performer.
Angaiak, John, 1941- performer.
Thrasher, Willie, performer.
Mitchell, Willy, 1953- performer.
Cheechoo, Lloyd, 1956- performer.
Utatnaq, Alexis, 1951- performer.
Brian Black Thunder, 1957- performer.
Loon, Morley, performer.
Frank, Peter, 1941-1981, performer.
Monias, Ernest, performer.
Landry, Eric, 1952- performer.
Campbell, David (Songwriter), performer.
Shingoose, 1946- performer.
McKenzie, Philippe, performer.
Wapistan, 1956- performer.
Dick, Gordon, 1952- performer.
Tagoona, William, performer.
Bell, Leland, performer.
Saddleback, Jerry, performer.
Sugluk (Musical group), performer.
Sikumiut (Musical group), performer.
Desert River Band, performer.
Chieftones (Musical group), performer.
Saddle Lake Drifting Cowboys (Musical group), performer.
Groupe Folklorique Montagnais, performer.
Added Title Aboriginal folk, rock & country, 1966-1985
Standard No. 826853010320
Music No. LITA 103 Light In the Attic Records

 
    
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