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Various - Native North America (Vol. 1) (Aboriginal Folk, Rock, And Country 1966-1985) album cover

VariousNative North America (Vol. 1) (Aboriginal Folk, Rock, And Country 1966-1985)

Label:Light In The Attic – LITA 103
Format:
3 x Vinyl, LP, Compilation
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock, Folk, World, & Country
Style:Country, Folk Rock

Tracklist

A1Willie DunnI Pity The Country
Written-ByW. L. Dunn*
2:54
A2John AngaiakI'll Rock You To The Rhythm Of The Ocean
Written-ByJ. Angaiak*
3:12
A3SuglukFall Away
Written-ByG. Kakayuk*, M. Kadjulik*, T. Papigatuk*
2:48
A4SikumiutSikumiut
Written-ByC. N. Adams*
2:18
A5Willie ThrasherSpirit Child
Written-ByW. Thrasher*
4:04
A6Willy MitchellCall Of The Moose
Written-ByP. W. Mitchell*
2:38
B1Lloyd CheechooJames Bay
Written-ByL. Cheechoo*
3:26
B2Alexis UtatnaqMaqaivvigivalauqtavut
Written-ByA. Utatnaq*
2:13
B3Brian DaveyDreams Of Ways
Written-ByB. Davey*
3:46
B4Morley LoonN'Doheeno
Written-ByM. Loon*
3:20
B5Peter Frank (6)Little Feather
Written-ByP. Frank*
3:24
B6Ernest MoniasTormented Soul
Written-ByE. Monias*
1:55
C1Eric Landry (3)Out Of The Blue
Written-ByE. Landry*
3:40
C2David Campbell (11)Sky-Man And The Moon
Written-ByD. Campbell*
3:06
C3Willie DunnSon Of The Sun
Written-ByW. L. Dunn*
3:45
C4ShingooseSilver River
Words By [Poetry By]Duke Redbird
Written-ByC. Jonnie*, D. Redbird*
4:03
C5Willy Mitchell And Desert River BandKill'n Your Mind
Written-ByP. W. Mitchell*
3:58
D1Phillippe McKenzieMistashipu
Written-ByP. McKenzie*
3:02
D2Willie ThrasherOld Man Carver
Written-ByW. Thrasher*
3:03
D3Lloyd CheechooWinds Of Change
Written-ByL. Cheechoo*
4:04
D4The ChieftonesI Shouldn't Have Did What I Done
Written-ByA. Canadien*, V. Clifford*
2:01
D5SuglukI Didn't Know
Written-ByT. Papigatuk*
3:48
D6Lawrence Martin (3)I Got My Music
Written-ByL. Martin*
3:37
E1Gordon DickSiwash Rock
Written-ByG. Dick*
2:17
E2Willy Mitchell And Desert River BandBirchbark Letter
Written-ByP. W. Mitchell*
3:55
E3William TagoonaAnaanaga
Written-ByW. Tagoona*
3:38
E4Leland Bell (4)Messenger
Written-ByL. Bell*
3:51
E5Saddle Lake Drifting CowboysModern Rock
Written-ByE. Quinney*
2:19
E6Willie ThrasherWe Got To Take You Higher
Written-ByW. Thrasher*
2:46
F1SikumiutUtirumavunga
Written-ByC. N. Adams*
3:09
F2SuglukAjuinnarasuarsunga
Written-ByT. Papigatuk*
2:34
F3John AngaiakHey, Hey, Hey, Brother
Written-ByJ. Angaiak*
2:44
F4Groupe Folklorique MontagnaisTshekuan Mak Tshetutamak
Written-ByP. McKenzie*
4:11
F5Willie DunnPeruvian Dream (Part 2)
FeaturingJerry Saddleback
Written-ByW. L. Dunn*
5:34
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Notes

Box set includes three LPs in individual tip-on sleeves and a 64-page booklet, housed in a slipcase.
Also released in color vinyl editions:
- 200 on “Burnt Orange” wax (LITA Vinyl Subscriber Edition)
- 200 on “Tan” wax (LITA.net Pre-order Edition – limit 2 per customer) + “Sweetgrass” LITA logo tote bag and sticker
- 100 on “Gold” wax (LITA Shop Edition – limit 2 per customer)

℗ © 2014 Light In The Attic Records & Distribution, LLC.

A1, F5 recorded circa 1971 at Eastern Sound and thunder Sound, Toronto, Ontario.
Originally released on Willie Dunn (LP) (Summus Records).
Licensed courtesy of the Madison Corporation.

C3 recorded circa 1984 at Ambience Studios, Ottawa, Ontario.
Originally released on The Vanity of Human Wishes (LP) (Trikont).
Licensed courtesy of W. Dunn.

A2, F3 recorded circa 1971 at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska.
Originally released on I'm Lost in the City (LP) (The Eskimo Language Workshop).
Licensed courtesy of J. Angaiak.

A3, D5, F2 recorded circa 1975 in Iqaluit, Nunavut.
Originally released on NS 751 and NS 752 (7" EP) (CBC/Radio-Canada Broadcast Recording).
Licensed courtesy of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

A4, F1 recorded circa 1976 at the CBC, Toronto, Ontario.
Originally released on People of the Ice (7" EP) (CBC Northern Service Broadcast Recording).
Licensed courtesy of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

A5, D2, E6 recorded circa 1979 at CBC/Radio-Canada, Montreal, Quebec.
Originally released on Spirit Child (7" EP) (CBC Northern Service Broadcast Recording) and Spirit Child (LP) (CBC/Boot).
Licensed courtesy of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

A6, C5, E2 recorded circa 1980 in Val-d'Or, Quebec.
Originally released on Sweet Grass Music (LP) (Enregistrement Riobert).
Licensed courtesy of W. Mitchell.

B1, D3 recorded circa 1981 at the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre Studio, Timmins, Ontario.
Originally released on Goose Wings: The Music Of James Bay (LP) (Ojibway Cree and Cultural Centre) (sic).
Licensed courtesy of the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre.

B2 recorded in the early 1970s at the CBC, Churchill, Manitoba.
Originally released on Songs Composed & Sung by Alexis Utatnaq (7" EP) (CBC Northern Service Broadcast Recording).
Licensed courtesy of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

B3 recorded circa 1981 at the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre Studio, Timmins, Ontario.
Originally released on Goose Wings: The Music Of James Bay (LP) (Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre).
Licensed courtesy of the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre.

B4 recorded circa 1979 at CBC/Radio-Canada, Montreal, Quebec.
Originally released on Songs in Cree Composed & Sung by Morley Loon (7" EP) (CBC Northern Service Broadcast Recording).
Licensed courtesy of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

B5 recorded circa 1977 at Audio Atlantic Recording Studio, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Originally released on Souriquois Visions (LP) (Great Eastern Productions Co.).
Licensed courtesy of the Bernard family.

B6 recorded circa 1979 at Wayne Finucan Productions Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Originally released on Ernest Monias (LP) (Rayne Music).
Licensed courtesy of Sunshine Records.

C1 recorded in 1985 at the Powerhouse, Manitoulin Island, Ontario.
Originally released on Music from the Powerhouse: In the Spirit of Sharing (LP) (Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre).
Licensed courtesy of the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre.

C2 recorded circa 1978 at Captain Audio Studios, Toronto, Ontario.
Originally released on Song (LP) (Columbia Special Products/Noona Music).
Licensed courtesy of D. Campbell.

C4 recorded circa 1975 at Marc Productions, Ottawa, Ontario.
Originally released on Native Country (7" EP) (Native Council of Canada).
Licensed courtesy of C. Jonnie and D. Redbird.

D1 recorded circa 1975 at CBC/Radio-Canada, Montreal, Quebec.
Originally released on Indian Songs in Folk Rock Tradition Composed and Sung by Phillippe McKenzie (7" EP) (CBC Northern Service Broadcast Recording).
Licensed courtesy of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

F4 recorded circa 1977 at CBC/Radio-Canada, Montreal, Quebec.
Originally released on Groupe Folklorique Montagnais (7" EP) (CBC Northern Service Broadcast Recording).
Licensed courtesy of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

D4 recorded circa 1966 at Sara Sound Studios, Inc., Sauk City, Wisconsin.
Originally released as "Do Lord" b/w "I Shouldn't Have Did What I Done" (7") (Cuca Records).
Licensed courtesy of Cuca Records.
Band is referred to as The Chieftones (Canada's All Indian Band) on the box, label and in the booklet.

D6 recorded circa 1981 at the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre Studio, Timmins, Ontario.
Originally released on Goose Wings: The Music Of James Bay (LP) (Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre).
Licensed courtesy of the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre.

E1 recorded circa 1973 in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Originally released as "Music to Accompany Mt. Currie Summer Camp" (LP) (Department of Indian Affairs/National Film Board of Canada).
Licensed courtesy of G. Dick.

E3 recorded circa 1979 at CBC/Radio-Canada, Montreal, Quebec.
Originally released on Northern Man (LP) (CBC/Boot).
Licensed courtesy of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

E4 recorded in 1985 at the Powerhouse, Manitoulin Island, Ontario.
Originally released on Music from the Powerhouse: In the Spirit of Sharing (LP) (Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre).
Licensed courtesy of the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre.

E5 recorded circa 1982 at Dawn Recording Studio, Islandia, New York.
Originally released on Country and Rock & Roll Sound (LP) (Saddle Lake Drifting Cowboys).
Licensed courtesy of E. Quinney.

Re-mastered at Suite Sound Labs, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker): 8 26853 0103 1 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): LITA-103-A S-90680 GOLDEN
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): LITA-103-B S-90681 GOLDEN
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): LITA-103-C S-90682 GOLDEN
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): LITA-103-D S-90683 GOLDEN
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E): LITA-103-E S-90684 GOLDEN
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F): LITA-103-F S-90685 GOLDEN

Other Versions (5 of 8)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Native North America (Vol. 1) (3×LP, Compilation, Special Edition, Tan)Light In The AtticLITA103US2014
New Submission
Native North America (Vol. 1) Aboriginal Folk, Rock And Country 1966-1985 (2×CD, Compilation)Light In The AtticLITA 103US2014
New Submission
Native North America (Vol. 1) (3×LP, Compilation, Special Edition, Gold)Light In The AtticLITA103US2014
New Submission
Native North America (Vol. 1) (3×LP, Compilation, Special Edition, Orange)Light In The AtticLITA103US2014
New Submission
Native North America (Vol. 1) Aboriginal Folk, Rock And Country 1966-1985 (2×CD, Compilation, Reissue)Light In The AtticLITA 103-2US2021

Reviews

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GreenPower
My only gripe is the same for all LITA box sets I’ve seen. I don’t know why they filter all the photos in the booklet. It takes away from the original designs.
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yeahyeahdefinitely
still available on the Light in the Attic site as of today
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jason.motz
Just grabbed mine today ... on clear vinyl. Pricey, but I trust, worth it.
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Turtlenews
Unanimously praised and for good reasons, this is a must have box set that will satisfy all music lovers regardless of genres likings. LITA at its best. Can't wait for Volume 2!
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nicolas1991
Any idea how many copies of the black vinyl exist?
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architexture
Super release! I love the booklet and history.
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climbfla
This compilation is not only a collection of amazing songs. All the work and detail put into it, makes this without doubt an absolute must have! I'm blown away.
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tysvinyl
my copy is on black vinyl