This is the story of 300 years of pageantry and violence of the "notorious" Plains Apache, from the arrival of the first Spanish missionaries in the 16th century.
Profile: This artist does not refer to a specific group of named individuals (such as a band or musical group) but rather defines the collective term for a group of Native Americans in the United States originally from the American Southwest – the Plains Apache (formerly Kiowa-Apache). In Groups: Apache (19), Native Americans In Тhe United States.
Kiowa-Apache Music and Dance. Occasional Publications in Anthropology: Ethnology Series. Plains Apache is the most divergent member of the subfamily. Alfred Chalepah, J. who might have been the last native speaker, died in 2008.
C + C Music Factory sample the start of "Apache" in the song "Things That Make You Go Hmmm. It was used as the beat and background music on the song "We Run This" on Missy Elliott's album The Cookbook. The Beastie Boys used a sample from the Incredible Bongo Band version of "Apache" in their live version of "Root Down" – most notably the version that appears on the Tibetan Freedom Concert live album. It was also used in the original version of "Can I Get Witcha" by The Notorious . In 1992, Norwegian a cappella group Bjelleklang recorded their version of "Apache" on the album Holiholihoo. In 1993, General Base, one of the projects of Thomas Kukula, released "Apache" as single and it also appears on the First album. The California Guitar Trio covered "Apache" for their 1995 album, Invitation. The song was covered by Ritchie Blackmore in the 1996 collection Twang!
Head Cook and Bottle Washer, at John Beatty Art!. Daytona Beach, Florida. Head Cook and Bottle Washer, at John Beatty Art! Daytona Beach, Florida.
Plains Music is an album released in 1991 by Manfred Mann's Plain Music, which was a project initiated by Manfred Mann after he retired his Earth Band in the late 80s. "This album is called Plains Music, as it consists mainly of the melodies of the North American Plains Indians. We do not pretend that it is in any sense representative of the original ethnic music which was its source material.
byTerrell, John Upton, 1900-1988. Publication date 1975. Topics Apache Indians. PublisherNew York : Thomas Y. Crowell. Collectioninlibrary; printdisabled; ; ctlibrary; china; americana. Digitizing Digital Academic Library (CADAL). ContributorInternet Archive.
|A - Children's Song|
|A Band 1||Wolf Song|
|A Band 2||Turtle Song|
|A Band 3||Turkey Song|
|A Band 4||Puppy Song|
|B - Lullabies|
|A Band 5||Go To Sleep Baby Boy|
|C - Peyote Songs|
|A Band 6||There Is Good Medicine|
|A Band 7||We Are In The Peyote Tipi|
|A Band 8||It Is On The Curved Mound|
|A Band 9||It Is Sure A Good Morning|
|D - Church Songs|
|A Band 10||Son Of Our Father|
|A Band 11||Jesus Is Standing In The Water|
|E - Dance Songs|
|A Band 12||Snake Dance Song|
|A Band 13||Buffalo Dance Song|
|F - Hand Game Songs|
|B Band 1||Four Hand Game Songs Sung Solo|
|B Band 2||A Hand Game Performance|
- Copyright (c) – Asch Records
- Design – Ronald Clyne
- Music By, Lyrics By – Plains Apache
- Recorded By, Edited By – John Beatty
NotesWith a 4-page booklet with descriptive notes.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix on label side A): AHM 4252 A
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix on label side B): AHM 4252 B