Burton Guibord | Are We Free?

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Are We Free?

by Burton Guibord

Native American folk music that speaks to issues from the massacres of old through to current day attitudes and issues.
Genre: World: Native American
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1. Watching over You
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2. Madeline Island
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3. Why Can't They Comprehend?
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4. Freedom
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5. Bluecoat
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6. Ever Wonder Why
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7. Hey Buddy
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8. Northwinds
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9. Your Heroes
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10. I'll Be Back
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11. Chi-Mookomaan
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Booshoo. (Greetings) I am Burton Guibord (Ozhaawashkoginiw —Blue Eagle) of the Bear Clan of the Bad River Reservation (Musk ka zibi) in Northern Wisconsin.

Born in Chicago, my parents moved to Odanah village when I was 13. As a child I was told I had a talent for music, but that never stuck with me till asked to put my songs and music in a recording.

These songs I bring to you are from stories that were told to me and also from my real life experiences. From the lives of our people in the city to the protesters on the river banks, from the clear cutting of our trees to the clearing of the graves of our ancestors, I speak from my heart and the truth of my people.

Sometimes it’s hard to hear the truth. I bring these songs to you in a good way so that maybe someday we can walk together as real brothers and sisters.

Mii-gwetch! (Thank you)

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