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Buffy Sainte-Marie - 1966 - Little Wheel Spin and Spin

Little Wheel Spin and Spin was the third album by Buffy Sainte-Marie, released in 1966. Although it became her only album to (albeit briefly) reach the Billboard Top 100, it failed to provide any notable standards covered by pop artists. Its most famous song is the epic "My Country 'Tis of Thy People You're Dying", which displayed a native perspective on the colonisation of North America. In contrast to her first two albums which were entirely acoustic with occasional use of her distinctive mouthbow, parts of Little Wheel Spin and Spin added electric guitar by Bruce Langhorne, string arrangements by Felix Pappalardi or feature fellow Native American performer Patrick Sky on guitar with Sainte-Marie. This served to pave the way for Sainte-Marie's stylistic experiments on her remaining Vanguard albums, where she covered territory ranging from country to rock to experimental music.

01 - Little Wheel Spin And Spin
02 - House Carpenter
03 - Waly, Waly
04 - Rolling Log Blues
05 - My Country 'tis Of Thy People
06 - Men Of The Fields
07 - Timeless Love
08 - Sir Patrick Spens
09 - Poor Man's Daughter
10 - Lady Margaret
11 - Sometimes When I Get To Thinki
12 - Winter Boy

Category: Oldies | Views: 1526 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Rating: 5.0/1
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