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Power In The Blood

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It's My Way
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Power In The Blood
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We Are Circling
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Not The Lovin Kind
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Love Charms (Mojo Bijoux)
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Ke Sakihitin Awasis (I Love You Baby)
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Farm In The Middle Of Nowhere
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Generation
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Sing Our Own Song
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Orion
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The Uranium War
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Carry It On
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 44:37

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2015 Polaris Prize Winner!

permafrost154

A Canadian icon nails it!

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Power In The Blood, Buffy Sainte-Marie

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If you take a few moments to listen to "Power In The Blood" and you are likely to be both stunned and delighted. Her unique talents as a musician, singer and songwriter continue to blossom. She's a hearty perennial. Her opening number is"It's My Way!" re-imagined. 50 years after she first recorded this song, this new version is a testament to Buffy's growth and change as an artist, reinventing herself many times, yet staying true to herself. This album includes several protest songs, a genre Buffy is best known for. But as before, she tenderly embraces these protest songs with love songs and playful songs. Her music continues to include a range of sensibilities from acoustic to electronic, wild rocking-out to serene classical. She adds dense vocals on several tracks that crescendo into a hybrid of gospel choir and pow wow singing. All this woven into a riveting collection of songs that offers us some amazing innovative music.

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