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9 thoughts on “ Witchi Tia To

  1. Mar 07,  · Danielsson's "Kukka," the sole original, is highlighted by the bassist's own melodic solo, while hints of the blues suffuse Stenson's spare opening to Jim Pepper's "Witchi-Tai-To." The minute version of Don Cherry 's "Desireless" has a majestic, unfolding lyricism that's both distinctive and the CD's strongest homage to the Coltrane style/5(28).
  2. "Witchi Tai To" is a prime example of that blending, taking a peyote song he'd learned from his grandfather and putting it in a jazz setting. The song first turned up in on an album by the band he was playing with at the time, Everything Is Everything.
  3. Witchi Tai To Lyrics: Witchi-tie-to, gimee rah / Whoa rah neeko, whoa rah neeko / Hey ney, hey ney, no way / Witchi-tie-to, gimee rah / Whoa rah neeko, .
  4. For the album, see Witchi-Tai-To (album). Weeds was the second album by Brewer & Shipley and was released in The album was recorded at Golden State Recorders in San Francisco and produced by Nick Gravenites using the pseudonym "Nicky Gravy".Genre: Folk rock.
  5. Jim Pepper original Songwriter and saxophonist Jim Pepper adapted the song "Witchi Tai To" from an ancient peyote chant that he learned from his Native American grandfather. "Witchi Tai To" was first recorded by Pepper's group, the short lived, Everything Is Everything.
  6. Witchi Tia To comes from a Native American Church peyote song that Pepper learned from his Kaw grandfather. When my friends and I found out the peyote connection with Witchi Tia To, that only further amplified the mysterious spell of the song. Witchi Tia To became one of .
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Witchi Tai To on Discogs/5(4).
  8. Witchi-Tai-To is simply one of the best jazz albums issued in the s, one of the great albums of ECM jazz, and a great album for all time, regardless of era or style. Its strengths are the musicians, a peerless crew, and a discriminating choice of /5(31).
  9. His "Witchi Tai To" (derived from a peyote healing chant of the Native American Church which he had learned from his grandfather) is the most famous example of this hybrid style; the song has been covered by many other artists. View wiki. An American jazz saxophonist, composer, and singer of Native American ancestry.

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