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  • WhoMe
    by WhoMe
    Today, I was asked to sing a special song at a memorial. Luckily, I have a father who I am able to call and clarify songs for many occasions. I have also been blessed to learn songs, style and protocol from many great northern and southern singers.

    Who encouraged you to come to the drum?...
    04-17-2009, 11:50 AM
  • Tvskekee
    Wrinting songs in languages you do not know..
    by Tvskekee
    BPlenty replied to a post in another thread and I think it merits its own topic so here it goes.

    There are many drums out there who are "writing" songs without the proper knowledge of what they are doing and even worse, they are writing songs in languages they do not know....
    11-07-2000, 09:01 AM
  • Ihanktonwan
    by Ihanktonwan
    If you make a song for any purpose do you want any drum to sing it, are just your own group? If you make a cd can other drums sing your songs are not?
    03-30-2006, 06:52 AM
  • Eastern Cree
    contemporary singing
    by Eastern Cree
    I am not one to be critical at times about contemporary songs, some I hear are just mouthwash and I come to thing who's the one who comes up with it and I hope they actually paid you to sing thier song. I make songs myself and it not bull ****, I donot try and make a bad impression when it comes to...
    05-09-2009, 01:41 AM
  • WhoMe
    Written Powwow Music?
    by WhoMe
    My father is a song maker. His father was a song maker and his father was a song maker. As they passed these songs down, there was no written form of music to learn from. Yet, each knew hundreds of songs. I would estimate my father knows over 600 songs from different tribes and genres that he has stored...
    02-11-2011, 11:06 AM



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