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Scott Simpson | Tasunke Witko (Music from the Documentary Film)

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Tasunke Witko (Music from the Documentary Film)

by Scott Simpson

Soundtrack for the award-winning 2011 documentary film, Tasunke Witko, which explores the life of Lakota leader Crazy Horse from the perspective of contemporary Lakota people.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Opening Theme
2:30 album only
2. Distant Echo
1:05 album only
3. Guitar Theme
1:27 album only
4. In the Hills (Instrumental)
4:35 album only
5. Rattle Flute 1
1:03 album only
6. The Hunt
4:26 album only
7. Rattle Flute 2
0:45 album only
8. Vision Quest
4:54 album only
9. Rattler
0:31 album only
10. Spearfish Canyon (feat. Sheryl Simpson)
3:20 album only
11. Harsh Winter
1:41 album only
12. Opening Theme (Reprise)
2:25 album only
13. Long Knives
7:35 album only
14. Murder
0:27 album only
15. Rattle Flute 3
0:48 album only
16. Eyeah
2:06 album only
17. Still Riding
5:15 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
This is the 2011 soundtrack for the documentary film, Tasunke Witko (Crazy Horse).

Told from the perspective of contemporary Lakota people, the film explores the life of Crazy Horse (Tasunke Witko). Viewers see the natural world of the Dakotas, Nebraska, Wyoming, and Montana that Crazy Horse knew. His spiritual nature is discussed, as are his unique qualities as a leader. The final portion of the film examines his role at the Battle of Little Bighorn, his resistance against reservation life, and his violent death at Fort Robinson in 1877. Lakota people share what Crazy Horse means in their world today. The film features original music created for this story. Sharing their insights are Lakota historians Jace DeCory, Donovin Sprague, Wilmer Mesteth and Whitney Recountre.

A 2011 SD Film Festival Jury Award for South Dakota Significance,
Tasunke Witko film was produced by TIE Media.

The full film can be streamed at http://www.wolakotaproject.org/tasunke-witko/



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