Written/Posted by Tim-mater
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Size: 4,120kb, uploaded 7/11/2009 7:41:23 PM
Genre: Unknown/None Chosen / Playing Style: Other
In a recent visit to Walla Walla Washington and then over to Missoula Montana I was inspired by the land and esecially how the Montanans seem to be so much at peace with it, not at all fighting it or trying to take it over en mass. This song is a reflection honoring some of the native inhabitants of the land (thus only one "L" at the end of the title), and how they are as resilient as the the land, returning from near extinction as a tribe in the late 1800s, and crushing poverty in the 1960s, to a strong community today. To my Native American friends... The Spirit, eternal; The buffalo, slow; and for you the Earth will be patient. Tim
Laurence Diehl Says:
Monday, July 13, 2009 @11:03:40 AM
Enjoyed it! Reminded me of George Benson or something like that.
Monday, July 13, 2009 @6:41:37 PM
Thanks Laurence. I have been listening to Benson, Metheny, and Acoustic Alchemy.
Wednesday, July 15, 2009 @6:50:20 AM
Nice work Tim ... that's a very pretty melody! I'm guessing that's the Meteor ... mighty nice banjos they are, love to get my hands on one!
Wednesday, July 15, 2009 @11:24:38 AM
Thanks Boog. BTW - you are quite an inspiration to folks augmenting their accoustic banjos with one that plugs into Ben Franklin's old string and key in jar...
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