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Name:Robbie Robertson Music for the Native Americans

Total Size: 107.95 MB

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12 Twisted Hair.m4a (Size: 107.95 MB) (Files: 12)

 12 Twisted Hair.m4a

3.15 MB

 11 Ancestor Song.m4a

2.74 MB

 10 Skinwalker.m4a

5.50 MB

 09 Cherokee Morning Song - with Rita Coolidge.mp3

6.82 MB

 08 Words of Fire, Deeds of Blood.mp3

11.18 MB

 07 Akua Tuta.mp3

11.19 MB

 06 Golden Feather.mp3

12.33 MB

 05 It Is a Good Day to Die.mp3

13.18 MB

 04 The Vanishing Breed.mp3

10.65 MB

 03 Ghost Dance.mp3

11.96 MB

 02 Mahk Jchi (Heartbeat Drum Song).mp3

9.82 MB

 01 Coyote Dance.mp3

9.44 MB
 

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Product Details
List Price: $16.98
Audio CD (October 4, 1994)
Original Release Date: October 4, 1994
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Capitol
ASIN: B000002TOC
Also Available in: Audio Cassette


01. Coyote Dance
02. Mahk Jchi (Heartbeat Drum Song)
03. Ghost Dance
04. The Vanishing Breed
05. It Is A Good Day To Die
06. Golden Feather
07. Akua Tuta
08. Words Of Fire, Deeds Of Blood
09. Cherokee Morning Song - Rita Coolidge
10. Skinwalker
11. Ancestor Song
12. Twisted Hair


Commissioned to come up with a soundtrack for the 1994 Turner Network Television special The Native Americans, Robbie Robertson delivered some of his most haunting and evocative work to date. Combining the sleek atmospherics of 1991's Storyville with traditional tribal chanting and instrumentation, Music for the Native Americans often manages to sound both contemporary and timeless. Unfortunately, Robertson's lyrics are often as clunky as they are well intentioned--though brief, his liner notes are far more powerful and informative--and his gravelly speak-singing is consistently outclassed by Native American guest vocalists Pura Fe, Soni, and Jen, whose "Mahk Jchi (Heartbeat Drum Song)" is also the album's highlight. File under "flawed but interesting." --Dan Epstein


truth & beauty, May 12, 2001
Reviewer: Alejandra Vernon "artist & illustrator" (Long Beach, California)
I recently purchased this CD and it immediately became an all-time favorite. It has a mix of sounds, with some performances by Pura Fe, Kashtin, and Coolidge, but the entire CD is imbued with a peaceful spirit that transports me to another time and place, a place of simplicity, truth, and so much beauty.
There are tracks that have fabulous guitar work by Robertson (like "The Vanishing Breed"), but the songs that captivate me the most are the ones in which he does the vocals. His voice delights me and the 2 spoken pieces, "Words of Fire, Deeds of Blood" and "Twisted Hair" are riveting.

The arrangements and musicianship are perfection. This is simply one of the most beautiful CDs I've ever heard in any genre, and that covers a lot of territory, as my tastes are varied.

The booklet insert, with poetry and imagery that compliment the CD info and lyrics is a joy...not to be missed are the insightful "tidbits" written by Robertson...(who would have known those were crickets ?)...the entire package is a work of art, exquisite and incredibly moving...and makes me grateful to be alive, and able to listen, learn, and enjoy.

Contemporary Native American Music, January 8, 2002
Reviewer: Zekeriyah (Chicago, IL)
This CD is beautiful. Theres a ephemeral, spiritual sound to it, yet at the same time its so very modern. I can't think of a good way to explain it, but the music is wonderful. Someof the songs, such as "Coyote Dance", "Ancestor Song" and "Twistd Hair", call to mind beautiful spiritual images in your head. The sound effects and lyrics on "Twisted Hair" in particular still stand out in my mind. Others, such as "Mahk Jchi", "Cherokee Morning Song" and "Akua Tuta", blend traditional Native American music stylings with modern rhythms for a breath taking effect. Many of these songs incorporate other Native American artists, such as Rita Coolidge and Kashtin.
However, the most interesting songs on this CD are the ones that come from Robbie Robertson himself. The lyrics to "Ghost Dance", "It is a Good Day to Die" and "Skinwalker" are haunting and will almost certain stick in your mind long after you've finished listening to this CD. The sound effects and soft-spoken voices meld perfectly together with the powerful and moving lyrics to create a magnificent effect. This is one of my favorite Native American CDs and I simply can't recommend it enough, esecially for people unfamilar with contemporary Native American music.

Soul Reaching, January 21, 2007
Reviewer: AmberWolf "Universal Energy Field Light Worker" (Rolling Hills of Virginia) - See all my reviews
I must repeat what others have said; awesome! It's been since August that I've purchased this CD and have played it daily. My family and I have never tired of listening to it. Ignore that negative review please, you have to have this CD, don't miss another minute of not having it. In all honesty it will move your soul, as if the ancestors themselves guided his words and reasoning. You'll be spellbound, and yet moved to be creative as well. It awakens what has stayed silenced within. Nothing negative, all positive, no more illusions. Keep listening to the ancestors words Robbie, and make more CD's!




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