Weasel Tail's Dream

Performers The Black Lodge Singers

Canyon Records | August 22, 2008 | Compact Disc

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Black Lodge Singers: Algin "Skalpz" Scabby Robe, Emerson "Poolo" Scabby Robe, Clint "Unco" Croff, John "Froggy" Scabby Robe, Fredie "Laddie" Ike, Jr., Erwin "Bear" Scabby Robe, Myron "Mozzie-Ska" Scabby Robe, Shawn "Keemo" Scabby Robe, Matthew "Phats" Scabby Robe, Solomon "Bow Champ" Scabby Robe, Tara "Terror" Scabby Robe, Candie "Kosmo" Chief, Louise "Wheezy" Scabby Robe, Kenny "Lil' Man" Scabby Robe, Tracy "Aggy" Scabby Robe, Ramona "Moonz" Scabby Robe.
Recorded in White Swan, Washington on February 9, 2001.
WEASEL TAIL'S DREAM was nominated for the 2002 Grammy Award for Best Native American Music Album.
Recording information: White Swan, WA (02/09/2001).
Editor: Jack Miller.
Photographer: Stephen Butler .
The Black Lodge Singers of White Swan, WA, are one of the most sought-after bands on the powwow circuit. The group, comprised largely of members of Kenny Scabby Robe's family, is known for their original compositions. On this release, they pay tribute to the family's late patriarch, Jim Weasel Tail. Weasel Tail was himself a respected singer and craftsperson who continued to make the rounds of the powwow trail (even after losing the use of his legs) until his death in 1975. The 13 songs on this release, all new compositions, are sung in the Blackfeet language. Here the family shows the strength that has put them at the top of their game. The drumming and singing are powerful and high-spirited, accented by yelps and hoots. It's a joyous and loving tribute to an esteemed man. ~ Peggy Latkovich

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: August 22, 2008

Genre: Native American

Style: International

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Label Name: Canyon Records

UPC: 729337633728

Found in: Native American

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Weasel Tail's Dream

Performers The Black Lodge Singers

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: August 22, 2008

Genre: Native American

Style: International

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Label Name: Canyon Records

UPC: 729337633728


Title Track Time
1.Wassup? --
2.Dance for Me --
3.Dream --
4.Elders --
5.B.L. Song --
6.People, The --
7.Sik-Sik-Oya --
8.Straight --
9.Family Song --
10.Let's Go --
11.Mom's Song --
12.B.L. Phatso --
13.Ha-Cha --

Editorial Notes

Black Lodge Singers: Algin "Skalpz" Scabby Robe, Emerson "Poolo" Scabby Robe, Clint "Unco" Croff, John "Froggy" Scabby Robe, Fredie "Laddie" Ike, Jr., Erwin "Bear" Scabby Robe, Myron "Mozzie-Ska" Scabby Robe, Shawn "Keemo" Scabby Robe, Matthew "Phats" Scabby Robe, Solomon "Bow Champ" Scabby Robe, Tara "Terror" Scabby Robe, Candie "Kosmo" Chief, Louise "Wheezy" Scabby Robe, Kenny "Lil' Man" Scabby Robe, Tracy "Aggy" Scabby Robe, Ramona "Moonz" Scabby Robe.
Recorded in White Swan, Washington on February 9, 2001.
WEASEL TAIL'S DREAM was nominated for the 2002 Grammy Award for Best Native American Music Album.
Recording information: White Swan, WA (02/09/2001).
Editor: Jack Miller.
Photographer: Stephen Butler .
The Black Lodge Singers of White Swan, WA, are one of the most sought-after bands on the powwow circuit. The group, comprised largely of members of Kenny Scabby Robe's family, is known for their original compositions. On this release, they pay tribute to the family's late patriarch, Jim Weasel Tail. Weasel Tail was himself a respected singer and craftsperson who continued to make the rounds of the powwow trail (even after losing the use of his legs) until his death in 1975. The 13 songs on this release, all new compositions, are sung in the Blackfeet language. Here the family shows the strength that has put them at the top of their game. The drumming and singing are powerful and high-spirited, accented by yelps and hoots. It's a joyous and loving tribute to an esteemed man. ~ Peggy Latkovich