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Catalog No: IH 4109

Honor song, 6 grass dance songs, 3 jingle dress songs, kahomini song, Nathan Crazy Bull Flag Song, Air Force Veterans Song


Seymour Eagle Speaker, Bill Runsabove, Delray Smith, Chuck Spotted Bird, Merle Tendoy, Harry Three Stars Jr.

Recorded at:

the 4th Annual Santa Fe Powwow at Pojoaque Pueblo, New Mexico, May 27-30, 1994


Assiniboine Sioux


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About this Recording
About this Recording
The Badland Singers are a traditional singing group from Brockton, Montana, and have been singing together for more than 20 years. They have sung throughout the U.S. and Canada, winning awards in many singing competitions. They follow the original way of singing handed down by their elders, and provide outstanding Northern Plains style singing wherever they go. In this, their eighth recording, the Badland Singers present an outstanding variety of both old and new songs in their exciting singing style. Background notes on the songs are provided by the singers.
Grass Dance Song, composed by Bill Runsabove, 1989.

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