Live at Fip. (CD - Fargo 20392). 6. Ever Get the Blues.
Live at Fip. Fargo FA 20392.
John Trudell (February 15, 1946 – December 8, 2015) was a Native American author, poet, actor, musician, and political activist. He was the spokesperson for the United Indians of All Tribes' takeover of Alcatraz beginning in 1969, broadcasting as Radio Free Alcatraz. During most of the 1970s, he served as the chairman of the American Indian Movement, based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
John Trudell Archives. TRUDELL Family Art Exhibition: Three Generations of Trudells.
Trudell (Santee Sioux) was a spokesperson for the Indian of All Tribes occupation of Alcatraz Island from 1969 to 1971.
John Trudell did not set out to be a poet. He never studied poetry in school. He took that road primarily through a series of detours, and his poetic and political sensibilities were forged by the remarkable, sometimes horrifying circumstances of his life. John Trudell was born on February 15, 1946 in Omaha, Nebraska, and grew up on and around the nearby Santee Sioux reservation. His father was a Santee, his mother’s tribal roots were in Mexico. Trudell and Jesse Ed Davis recorded a second album together, HEART JUMP BOUQUET. Trudell went on to release several more records: 1994 Johnny Damas & Me 1999 Blue Indians 2001 Descendant Now Ancestor 2001 Bone Days (produced by the actress Angelina Jolie) 2003 The Collection 2005 Live à Fip 2007 Madness & The Moremes (double album) 2010 Crazier Than Hell 2014 Through The Dust (feat.
|1||Crazy Horse||John Trudell||5:20|
|2||Bone Days||John Trudell||4:21|
|3||Putting a Face on God||John Trudell||4:23|
|5||Carry the Stone||John Trudell||3:51|
|6||Ever Get the Blues||John Trudell||2:47|
|7||Lucky Motel||John Trudell||6:15|
|8||Sorry Love||John Trudell||3:30|
|9||Broke the Light||John Trudell||5:13|
|10||Takes My Breath||John Trudell||2:53|
|11||Nothing in Her Eyes||John Trudell||6:27|
|12||Doesn't Hurt Anymore||John Trudell||6:20|
|13||Hanging from the Cross||John Trudell||4:57|
|14||Devil and Me||John Trudell||5:11|
|15||Shadow Over Sisterland||John Trudell||4:53|