CD | Wabanaki Confederacy: Honouring our Languages (2020)

20$ Canadian

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

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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

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Weight 0.2222 lbs
Dimensions 0.5000 × 0.5000 × 0.5000 in

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