Bear Fox | Rich Girl

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Rich Girl

by Bear Fox

Calming songs . You will feel an instant connection. She shares her life songs that she has written from her heart to yours.
Genre: Easy Listening: Ballads
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1. Rich Girl
3:01 $1.50
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2. Our Precious Mothers
3:40 $1.50
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3. Kaieri Niionkwetake (4 Beings) [feat. Lawrence Laughing]
3:05 $1.50
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4. Childhood Memories
3:29 $1.50
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5. Ironworking Hubby
3:53 $1.50
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6. Kanienkeha Blues
3:20 $1.50
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7. Karenniio (Wedding Song) [feat. Lawrence Laughing]
6:30 $1.50
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8. Spirit Fire
3:23 $1.50
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9. Sky World Song (feat. The Turtle Dunks)
4:20 $1.50
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10. Broken
3:53 $1.50
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11. Ohenton Karihwatekwen Karenna (Opening Address Song) [feat. Lawrence Laughing]
6:07 $1.50
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Rich Girl" is an album comprised of many songs written about a Native Woman's journey through life. Bear Fox sings her life stories with everyone and instantly you will feel a connection to her world. Some songs are completely in Mohawk, her native language. Through her songs, she sings about how important it is to continue the Mohawk language and traditions. Songs and melodies have come to her since she was a young girl. She would be humming along with the songs she was hearing on her bus ride to school, she would look around, and there was no radio playing! She began songwriting for her women's singing group, Kontiwennenhawi (Carriers of the Words), in 1998. She began writing English songs in 2001 after she had a house fire. Thankfully, her family was safe, but they needed to start all over financially. So one day an idea came to her. She thought that she could write songs for an extra income for her family. An artist can sell paintings and drawings, a quilter can sell quilts, a baker can sell pies, so she thought," Hey , I could write songs, make cds and sell them!", This was the beginning of her career as a songwriter and singer. She is the proud mother of Five. She has one daughter and four sons. She is married to a hard working man, like her father, and he is a former Ironworker. Each time her children reach the age of eighteen, she writes them a special song in their honor.

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Rich Kumm

Records very true to soul
I love Bear Fox voice, presentation and the stories she tells.
I recommend this to anyone loving a great voice and an important message.
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Barbara

Bear...
I love this album. Tradition and family wrapped up together in the warm, loving arms of your sweet sound. Thank you!
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