Various - Sounds Of Indian America Plains And Southwest mp3 album
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Recorded live at the Gallup Inter-tribal Ceremonial. Contains large folded insert with photos and information about each of the Indian dances).
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Living in America is the debut album in English by Swedish new wave band The Sounds, produced in 2002 under the Warner Sweden record label. The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry awarded the album a platinum certification in 2003, denoting sales in excess of 40,000 copies
Historically, American Indian women in Plains tribes were prohibited from powwow drumming, and sometimes even from touching a drum. Changes are underway, however, with respect to the place of women "sitting at the drum," particularly in the northern plains. In contemporary music, American Indian women have made an extraordinary contribution to songwriting, not only composing new lyrics for traditional songs but composing new music and lyrics with contemporary relevance. Their lyrics speak to present-day wounds and current issues of domestic abuse, alcoholism, environmentalism, and threats to Indian sovereignty. The sounds are vital and dynamic, and an important part of the process through which Native peoples everywhere are preserving and revitalizing their lives and cultures.
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Album · 2004 · 25 Songs. Best of Indian Sounds Various Artists. National Native American Veterans' Honoring Pow-Wow. Millard Clark And Southern Singers. Setting the Record Straight (Recorded Live In Browning). Blackfoot Confederacy. Dancing Buffalo - Dances and Flute Songs from the Southern Plains. Cornel Pewewardy & The Alliance West Singers. Zero ads. Try it now.
|A1||Hopi Buffalo Dance|
|A2||Jemez Eagle Dance|
|A3||Ute Bear Dance|
|A4||San Juan Butterfly Dance|
|A5||Zuni Rain Song - Olla Maidens|
|A6||Navajo Feather Dance|
|A7||Taos Belt Dance|
|B1||Pawnee Ghost Dance|
|B2||Zuni Doll Dance|
|B3||Quechan Night Hawk Dance|
|B4||Crow Sun Dance|
|B5||San Carlos Apache Crown Dance|
|B6||Laguna Turkey Dance|
|B7||Kiowa Attack Dance|
- Design – Karl Tani
- Liner Notes, Recorded By – Tony Isaacs
- Photography – George Hight, Indian House, Mullarky Photo Shop, Norman Feder
NotesRecorded live at the Gallup Inter-tribal Ceremonial
(Contains color booklet inside gatefold sleeve with photos and information about each of the Indian dances)
|IH 9501, 9501||Various||Sounds Of Indian America Plains And Southwest (LP)||Indian House, Indian House||IH 9501, 9501||US||1970|
|IH 9501-C||Various||Sounds Of Indian America Plains And Southwest (Cass)||Indian House||IH 9501-C||US||1972|
|IH 9501||Various||Sounds Of Indian America Plains And Southwest (CD, Album)||Indian House||IH 9501||US||1995|