Tribal Spirit Music

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  • CD | Not Forgotten: Sheldon Sundown (2019)

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  • CD | Journey of the Drum – Wabanaki Confederacy (2018)

    16$ US

    The name of our group, Wabanaki Confederacy is a tribute to our alliance we have with the tribes on the east coast: The Mi’kmaq, Maliseet, Passamaquoddy, Abenaki and Penobscot.  Our debut CD, Journey of the Drum is a celebration of the songs of the the people.
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  • CD | Waseyasige : Shining Brightly – Chippewa Travellers (2018)

    16$ US

    The album title, Waseyasige is an Ojibway word that means ‘Shining Brightly’.  Several years ago I (Bryden) composed this song for a young baby girl’s ‘Walking Out’ ceremony, her name Waseyasige became the inspiration for the title of this album.

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  • CD | Traditionally Yours: Mi’kmaq Drums, Young and Old

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  • CD | Hand Drum Stories

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  • CD | LOVE IS A WARDANCE

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  • CD | Wabanaki Confederacy: Honouring our Languages (2020)

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    Last fall we had the pleasure of travelling to Elsipogtog,  New Brunswick, to record Tribal Spirit Music’s 38th CD and second with Wabanaki Confederacy.  Covid certainly disturbed the timing of the release, but we are thrilled to finally have it in physically here at the house.   For all you Powwow music fans who still have a machine that plays a CD lol…this is an amazing follow up album to “Journey of the Drum” which won the 2019 Best Traditional Powwow Album of the year in Canada. AND for you hip, modern types…both of their albums are available online at your favourite streaming service.   (iTunes, Spotify etc)

    “The name of our group, Wabanaki Confederacy is a tribute to our alliance we have with the tribes on the East Coast: the Mi’kmaq, Maliseet, Passamaquoddy, Abenaki and Penobscot.  Last year (2019) was our second year on the Powwow trail as a drum family and many of these songs were composed and inspired by the great memories we were fortunate enough to create.  Much inspiration came after winning the award for Best Traditional Powwow CD at the Indigenous Music Awards in Winnipeg.  None of this could have been possible without the continuous love and support from each and every one of you. Welalioq!!  Thank you all” – Wab Confedz

  • CD - Tribe Called Red - Nation to Nation

    CD | A Tribe Called Red – Nation to Nation

    16$ US

    A Tribe Called Red is a group of three aboriginal DJ-producers from Canada.  Seven years ago we, Tribal Spirit Music released A Tribe Called Red’s Juno Award winning album.

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  • CD | Round dance and Beats

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    Round dance and Beats is an album which combines the sounds of today’s pop music and the songs of traditional First Nations people. Sometimes you listen to R&B/hip hop, sometimes to pow wow music, and sometimes they just blend together.        

  • CD | Eastern Eagle – Mimajualuksi’kw – It Gives Us Life

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    This album marks Eastern Eagle’s twenty-sixth year of singing Powwow. Throughout the past few years, we have had some ups and downs, including losing a few of our brothers. The healing spirit of the Drum has kept us together and has inspired us to share our new songs with you. We sing from our hearts […]

  • CD | Lone Cry Singers

    16$ US

    Lone Cry Singers came out of a vision to see our crew grow on the powwow trail.        

  • CD | Black Bear – Come and Get Your Love

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    We have been interested in pow wow music since 2000 and we have never seen such a thing as a pow wow drum group working with musicians from different styles of music until now.    

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    CD | A Tribe Called Mi’kmaq

    16$ US

    We are a Northern Contemporary Drum group and most of the songs in this CD are word songs sung.        

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    CD | Softcore Powwow

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    Soft Core Powwow; a gentle rendition of the powwow beat, a blend of drum, vocals, piano, guitar, flute and other instruments, while holding onto the integrity of the tribal music of the eastern First Nations of Canada.        

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    CD | Akutiek – We Are Related

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    We were asked to sing the Mi’kmaq Honour song for the Residential School survivors at a home powwow… 2 push-ups into the song, we felt the need to cry, we continued to sing, while the survivors danced around the arena.        

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    CD | Where the Wind Takes Us

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    We recorded this CD, to show our unity among our singers in a difficult time. The challenges that we were going through at the time of the recording opened to us an honoring of our lives and those around us.        

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    CD | In land we trust

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    Welcome to our second album. Northern Voice is a northern style contemporary Powwow Drum group. We write all original songs in our first language, Atikamekw which is a Cree dialect.        

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    CD | Dance of the Moon

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    Les chanteurs de Northern Voice…Marvyn Chilton, David Boivin, Bobby Papatie, Paul Fontaine, Pierre-Andre Petiquay, Charles Boivin, Francis-Hubert Petiquay, Wapan Coocoo, Daniel Boivin, Rykko Bellemare, Quenna Wabanonik, Wynona Neashish and Leo Dube        

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    CD | A little bit of this A little bit of that

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    We always enjoy sharing our songs with and for the people. “A little bit of this and a little bit of that” was recorded live which was an exciting and new experience for us as singers.        

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    CD | A Long Red Road

    16$ US

    We are a Northern Traditional Powwow singing group. This album is filled with some of our favorite original Straight Songs.        

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    CD | Hand Drum Session

    16$ US

    A sit down, bringing songs to life with the gift the creator blessed us with, an expression of over 30 years of singing on the ‘powwow trail’.        

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    CD | Rezonation

    16$ US

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    CD | Softer Side

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    CD | Eastern Eagle XX – Twenty Years of Powwow

    16$ US

    Eastern Eagle are a Mi’kmaq powwow drum group from Nova Scotia. They are celebrating there 20th anniversary and the songs in this CD are some of there best over the years and some new ones too…        

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    CD | RLive @ Wikwemikong 2013

    16$ US

    We the Chippewa Travellers, give thanks for all the love and support that we have received on the powwow trail.        

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    CD | Love Zaagidwin

    16$ US

    Of all the Anishinaabe values we possess, love is probably the most influential.        

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    CD | All My Relations

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    CD | Rez Road

    16$ US

    We are a Northern Contemporary Drum group and most of the songs in this CD are word songs sung.        

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    CD | Spring Medecine

    16$ US

    The Black Bear and the Atikamekw people of Manawan are inseperable from the subtle changes of the seasons.        

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    CD | Out Of Hibernation (Out of Stock)

    16$ US

    We grew up on a reserve called Manawan in mid Quebec.        

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    CD | Aaron Benson

    16$ US

    The songs I write, already have the words. The true inspiration comes with concept and perspective. The inspiration can arise as easily as a certain look women have that is truly their own. The phase could inspire the world.        

  • CD | Notcimik (Out of Stock)

    16$ US

    Where we are from. This is where the Atikamekw people had lived. Their children were born, the first words were said Notcimik. Ancestors always relied on it to live.