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MP3 The Fellas - Funky Mountain

Welcome to Funky Mountain! You will hear a fusion of Native American and R&B/pop elements including Native flute and powwow drumming as well as funky bass, guitar and keys. Indigenous funk at its very best!

10 MP3 Songs in this album (59:27) !
Related styles: Urban/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover, World: Native American, Mood: Upbeat

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The Fellas'' latest offering, FUNKY MOUNTAIN, expounds upon their previous release, WISHBONE, by delving deeper into Native American culture by not only including indigenous flute, powwow drumming, and chanting, but by also writing about traditional Native themes. The album and title track is a tribute to Itse-yi (place of fresh green), a sacred mountain in North Georgia to the Cherokee. It was later called Brasstown Bald by the settlers, the name it still has today. "After the Storm" is an uplifting tune about redemption after a period of struggle, of taking your party up to the mountaintop like the ancestors of old. "Up" is a tribute to the Great Spirit, from whom all good things come. You must dance into the sunrise because up is where you really want to be. "Right Relationship" explains the Cherokee concept of finding the right relationship with everything in Nature. We are all connected. Everything touches everything else."The Medicine Way" describes traveling the Red Road, or one''s unique path in life. We all have our own unique medicine that heals and directs. "Keepers of the Knowledge" speaks of the mystical Medicine people of the hills. You must approach them with honor and respect. "49ers'' Style" was written in the spirit of an after-the-powwow party; fun for all and all for fun! "The Tale of the Black Indian" educates about the unique relationship between Native Americans and African Americans, a tale that is little-known. "Smoke Dancin" uses a Hopi-inspired rhythm to drive a chant about an Objibwe dance that may have been performed to clear out smoke from the longhouse! Figure that one out! It is sincerely hoped that you will enjoy your stay on Funky Mountain!

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