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Native American Heritage Month

By Jennie King Mellon Library

Native & Indigenous Americans have contributed enormously to music, whether their traditions formed the basis of popular trends, they broke ground as musicians, or they took traditional styles and put a modern twist on them. This playlist highlights their work and their art.

26 songs

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    2:260:30
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    1:180:30
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    Voodoo Child (Slight Return)Jimi HendrixElectric Ladyland
    5:130:30
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    5:510:30
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    Good Way (feat. Gunner Jules & Rollie Raps)Frank Waln , Gunner Jules , Rollie RapsThe Bridge
    3:130:30
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    Up On Cripple Creek - Remastered 2000The BandThe Band (Expanded Edition)
    4:340:30
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    2:550:30
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    It's a Woman's PrerogativeMildred BaileySings...Me and the Blues
    2:590:30
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    DragonflyNahkoMy Name Is Bear
    4:450:30
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    2:500:30
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    3:150:30
  12. 12.
    Come and Get Your Love - Single EditRedboneCome and Get Your Love
    3:250:30
  13. 13.
    Bring It On Home To MeRita CoolidgeOut Of The Blues
    3:560:30
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    3:470:30
  15. 15.
    A Song for MosomFawn Wood , Alan DiPernaKikāwiynaw
    2:390:30
  16. 16.
    Tus Pies (Your Feet)Nahko and Medicine for the PeopleHOKA
    5:210:30
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    3:330:30
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    3:290:30
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    3:030:30
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    Day 'N' Nite (nightmare)Kid CudiMan On The Moon: The End Of Day
    3:410:30
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    4:320:30
  22. 22.
    Everything Is EmbarrassingSky FerreiraGhost
    4:090:30
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    4:510:30
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    3:370:30
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    4:190:30
  26. 26.
    Electric Pow Wow DrumA Tribe Called RedA Tribe Called Red
    3:390:30

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