North Bear – Feelings and Emotions
Recorded by Eagle Calf Records and distributed by PowwowJamz, the harmonized vocals and thrilling lyrics are on display and evident throughout their CD “Feelings & Emotions”. The North Bear drum group comes from the Arapaho Nation on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming. North Bear left “Indian Country” in awe when they sang their harmonized version of the round dance song, “Daddy’s Girl”, in front of tens of thousands of spectators at this year’s Gathering of Nations Powwow in Albuquerque, NM on their way to winning the 2012 World Class Hand Drum Championship!
Listen to Sample – Daddy’s Girl
- Luv @ 1st Sight
- The Message
- Daddy’s Girl
- Holy Smokes
- Birthday Song
- Cheifs Nation
- Pretty Lil Finger
- Yur Still Beautiful
- Gram Pa Pa
- Anniversary Song
- Wedding Song
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