A member of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa tribe, Earl Ray (known in Pima as Lo: dac) is a singer, linguist, and tribal activist and is currently the only one who reads and writes the Salt River Pima dialect. On this recording, Earl sings a collection of rare and historic songs evoking the rich mythology and cultural pageantry of the 'Akimel 'O'odham. Album includes detailed notes, translation and transliteration of Salt River Pima words. Traditional Songs of the Salt River Pima.
Artist: Earl Ray. Album: Traditional Songs of the Salt River Pima. Download Earl Ray - The Point Song. Traditional Songs of the Salt River Pima: Best 2 songs. Earl Ray - What Kind of Flower?
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James Earl Ray (March 10, 1928 – April 23, 1998) was an American fugitive and felon convicted of assassinating Martin Luther King Jr. in Memphis, Tennessee.
Earl Ray - Traditional Songs of the Salt River Pima, 2005. The Bat's Cave 03:26. What Kind of Flower? 02:47. The Coyote Song 02:36. The Going Home Song 01:58. The Cripple Song 02:57.
|1||Mu:vic - The Point Song|
|2||Cu:k Ce:vag - Black Cloud|
|3||Ko:magi Ve:mgal - The Coyote Song|
|4||Ho'ok - The Cripple Song|
|5||Nanakmel Ha-Ki - The Bat's Cave|
|6||S-wam Va:vas - The Yellow Bird Song|
|7||Wa: Ne'i - Basket Dance|
|8||Hascud Hiosik - What Kind Of Flower?|
|9||Vipismal - The Hummingbird Song|
|10||Tas Oicuk Hoigedak - The Evening Song|
|11||Ku:gik - The Going Home Song|