From the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek, Canada, Nitanis "Kit" Largo is one of the most distinctive voices of Native North America. On her debut solo recording, she weaves her reflections on Native womanhood with elegant vocals.
Featuring collaborations with Alex E. Smith, Algin Scabby Robe, Randall Paskemin and Wayne Silas, Jr.
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1. Serenity (1:39)
2. A Winter Dream (3:36)
3. Please Don't Go (4:33)
4. Never Let Go (3:03)
5. Home Sweet Home (5:38)
6. Euphony (3:48)
7. The Fall Song (3:35)
8. Sun-Kissed (3:09)
9. My Boo (4:14)
10. A Marine's Love (3:03)
11. The One (4:07)
12. Memory Lane (4:40)
Total Time: 45:55
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Grammy nominated singers Smith & Toppah join Nitanis "Kit" Landry and effortlessly blend their vocal talents to create stirring songs woven in lush harmonies. With uplifting soul and touching ethereality, these performances let shine the brilliance and expressive power of the human voice. Featuring guest artists Louie Gonnie, Anthony Wakeman and Thunder Hill.
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