With fierce singing sustained by the heartbeat of the Pow-Wow drum, Tha Tribe honors the cultural strength of the original inhabitants of North America. True warriors of the Pow-Wow trail, Tha Tribe deliver another breathtaking collection of original style songs.
Holder of six World Championship titles for their singing and drumming, High Noon carries one of pow-wow's most enduring and honored singing traditions. Beginning more than two decades ago on the Thunderchild Reserve, Saskatchewan, they continue to among pow-wow's most respected groups. Singing in the original Plains Cree style, High Noon maintains the pride of their people and sings from the heart whenever they sit around the drum.
Together the Blackfeet, the Kainai, the Piikani and the Siksika form the Blackfoot Confederacy, one of the proudest and strongest alliances in the history of Native America. From the great Nations that comprise the Confederacy, some of the most respected singers on the pow-wow trail gather to sing together at one drum for this historic recording. For the first time, these songs, belonging to the Confederacy are sung by members from each of the four great Nations.
From the windy plains of Cree country, Grammy-nominated Pow-Wow group Northern Cree churns up the Arizona dust on this exhilarating live recording. Their super-charged singing remains anchored in the bold traditions of their people as this acclaimed group make songs that will be remembered by generations to come.
From one of the most prolific traditional Native American singers and songwriters, Randall Paskemin crafts a collection of songs to accompany children throughout the day and sweet lullabies to soothe them to sleep at night. Gently sung in both English and Cree, these songs share the loving family traditions of Native peoples and inspire joy and happiness in all children.
Tha Tribe deliver a championship performance of fierce singing and drumming recorded live at the famous Woodland Bowl at the Menominee Nation Pow-Wow. Singing straight songs in the traditional style, Tha Tribeï¾ís raw energy conveys the essence of the Pow-Wow with these tree-shaking songs.
For centuries, songs have been passed down from elder to younger singers amongst Native American cultures. The singers of today look to those who came before them for knowledge and inspiration as they travel the road of a singer. From the Lac Courte Orielle Ojibwe Nation, acclaimed drum group Pipestone pays tribute to the trailblazing singers of yesteryear who have kept the singing traditions alive and acted as the voice of the people.
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