Ken Peacock ‎– Indian Music Of The Canadian Plains

Folkways Records ‎– FE 4464, Ethnic Folkways Library ‎– FE 4464
Vinyl, LP, Album



Recorded for the National Museum of Canada.
Comes with an insert. Lithographed in U.S.A.

(Sticker) Distributed by Knight Eduction Inc.

A1: Sung by George Nicotine and group, with hand-drum.
A2: With hand-drum.
A3: With rattle accompaniment.
A4: With drum.
A5: Sung by William Peaychew and group, with sticks.
A8: With hand-drum.
B1: With bass drum, leg bells. Recorded at an Indian pageant in Fort Qu'Appelle near the site of Sitting Bull's visit.
B2: With bass drum, leg bells.
B3: With bass drum, leg bells. The personnel is the same as preceding song: several dancers and five singers playing a bass-drum.
B5: With hand-drum.
B6: With hand-drum and rattle.
B7: Sung by Adam Delaney and group.
B8: With hand-drum accompaniment.
B9: With rattle accompaniment.
B10: With hand-drum accompaniment.

(Back cover) © Copyright 1966, Folkways Records and Service Corporation, N.Y.C.
(Center labels) © Copyright 1955, Folkways Records and Service Corp.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Library of Congress #): RA 56-30
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, Side A): FE 4464 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, Side B): FE 4464 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side A): P 464A DBH T3
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side B): P 464B DBH T3