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American Indian Music and Other Audio

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American Indian Music and Other Audio

Up Where We Belong: * Illuminations: * Moonshot: * She Used To Wanna Be A Ballerina:
     Music by Cree folksinger Buffy Sainte-Marie.
Black Lodge Singers: * Tribute to the Elders: * People Dance: * Powwow People: * Kids' Pow-Wow Songs:
     Music by the popular Blackfoot drum group Black Lodge Singers
Dance Hard: * Showtime: * Here to Stay: * Honor Eagle Feather: * Come & Dance: * Songs of Caddo:
     Music from popular pow-wow band Northern Cree Singers.
Mawio'mi: * Tomegan Gospem:
     Music from Indian fusion-rock band Medicine Dream.
Echoes of the Night:
     Audio recordings of Abenaki storyteller Tsonakwa.
Gluskabe Stories:
     Audio cassette of Abenaki storytelling by Joseph Bruchac.
Band of Wild Indians: * Fingermonkey: * Circle:
     CDs by Ojibwe musician Keith Secola.
My Ojibway Experience:
     Music by Ojibway blues guitarist Billy Joe Green

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