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Playlist of Yaqui music

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  • Yaqui Venado Musica: Tukahaniw Chepa Muchicawi

    4:54

    Cancion de la Fiestas

  • Yaqui - Deer Dance

    2:25

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Yaqui - Deer Dance · Male Yaqui singers with rasping sticks and water drum

    Indian Music of Mexico

    ℗ 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings / 1952 Folkways Records

    Released on: 1952-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • 15 Felipe Molina & Yaqui Deer Singers - Pahkoola Dance Song

    3:38

    Wood That Sings: Indian Fiddle Music of the Americas

  • V&D por Gran OM: Videoclip “Namakasia Yaqui” Lengualerta, Manik B, Real Stylo & Moi Gallo II EP05

    6:04

    (Spanish, English, French & German Subtitles)
    INFORMACIÓN Y LINKS DEL PROYECTO (abajo en descripción):

    “Videoclip & Discurso” - Un proyecto de Gran OM:



    LINK CANCIÓN:

    LINK PRESSKIT:

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    EN ORDEN DE APARICIÓN:

    Lengualerta:



    Manik B:



    Real Stylo:



    Música por Moi Gallo:



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    Más información en “Namakasia Solidaridad Con La Tribu Yaqui”:


    Subversiones I Agencia Autónoma de Comunicación:


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    Seven Records:


    Mezcla de audio y masterización por Sacha Triujeque:


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    Ubicados en el estado de Sonora, los Yaquis se han caracterizado desde sus orígenes por ser un pueblo muy arraigado a sus tradiciones y a su cultura, la cual gira en gran parte en torno al Río Yaqui, que por decreto presidencial les fue cedido en 1940 por Lázaro Cárdenas.

    En el 2010, el gobernador Elías Padrés –sin previa consulta y sin el consentimiento de los yaquis- impulsó un proyecto llamado “Acueducto Independencia”, el cual pretendía a simple vista abastecer con el agua del Río Yaqui a la ciudad de Hermosillo, pero con intereses económicos de empresas privadas de fondo y con planes de privatización del recurso.

    A raíz de estos sucesos, la Tribu Yaqui decide organizarse para defender su río, y es por eso que, en medio de una campaña mediática de desprestigio, y la constante persecusion de activistas sociales a lo largo del pais por parte del estado, en septiembre de 2014 Mario Luna y Fernando Jiménez - dos de sus voceros- son detenidos y encarcelados con falsas acusaciones.

    “NAMAKASIA” es una palabra en lengua yaqui que significa “firmeza” y también “adelante”; es un grito de aliento, un llamado a no claudicar.

    “NAMAKASIA YAQUI” se inscribe dentro del proyecto “Videoclip & Discurso” impulsado por el artista gráfico y visual Gran Om, y es un intento por difundir y visibilizar -por medio de la herramienta del video musical- el conflicto por el que atraviesan los yaquis en su digna lucha por la defensa del agua.

    La producción musical corrió a cargo de Moi Gallo, y participan en la voz y letra Lengualerta, Manik B, Real Stylo y Sacha Triujeque en la mezcla y masterización de la canción.

    Videoclip & Discurso se plantea como premisa básica retratar a los principales actores de cada caso en el lugar mismo dónde se generan, así también se considera fundamental el dialogo y la vinculación con los movimientos en lucha y resistencia como lo es en este caso la Tribu Yaqui.

    El videoclip se filmó enteramente en territorio yaqui con el consentimiento y apoyo de la comunidad de la tribu quienes facilitaron y accedieron a las peticiones y necesidades de la producción. Así mismo se conto con la participación de muchas personas de la misma comunidad para salir en el video y hacer así un retrato mas realista del contexto con las personas que viven directamente el conflicto.

    Los recursos económicos que se ocuparon para la realización del videoclip salieron completamente de aportaciones de muchas personas generosas que siguen tanto a los artistas que participan en este tema, como personas que siguen al proyecto ”V&D” y que respondieron a un llamado y convocatoria para apoyar la producción.

    PRODUCCIÓN Y DIRECCIÓN: Gran OM

    DIRECTOR DE FOTOGRAFÍA: Mario Gallegos

    DIRECTOR DE FOTOGRAFÍA: Xavier Ibarrola

    ASISTENTES DE PRODUCCIÓN: Rubén Munguía / Sha Mat

    EDICIÓN: Gran OM

    CORRECCIÓN DE COLOR: Luz Sánchez

    EQUIPO FÍLMICO: Cine South

    TRANSPORTACIÓN: Rubén Munguía

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  • Deer Dance

    3:18

    Provided to YouTube by A-Train Entertainment

    Deer Dance (Tosay Hwilit) (White Bird) and Taciovakok (a herb) · Musicians and Singers from Old Paschua Village, Sonora and Tucson and Rio Yaqui

    Yaqui Ritual and Festive Music

    ℗ Canyon Records

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Artist: Musicians and Singers from Old Paschua Village
    Artist: Sonora
    Artist: Tucson and Rio Yaqui
    Music Publisher: DMG Arizona
    Music Publisher: Public Domain

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Yaqui Fiesta

    1:39

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Yaqui Fiesta · Native Flute Ensemble

    Ritual Mesa

    ℗ 1990 Accordion Abuse Music

    Released on: 2004-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Sister Soul - Afro Yaqui Music Collective

    11:10

    Yang Jin, pipa
    Benjamin Barson, saxphone
    Ben Opie, saxphone
    Gizelxanath Soprano, voice
    Mini Jong, erhu(Chinese violin)
    Samuel Okah-Boateng, piano
    Jeff Berman, percussion

  • El Yaki - Celos Del Viento, Ni El Dinero Ni Nada

    5:45

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  • Yaqui Dance: Instrumental

    2:12

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Yaqui Dance: Instrumental · Unspecified

    Music of the World's Peoples: Vol. 4

    ℗ 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings / 1958 Folkways Records

    Released on: 1958-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Matachini Dance - San Francisco

    3:59

    Provided to YouTube by A-Train Entertainment

    Matachini Dance - San Francisco · Musicians and Singers from Old Paschua Village, Sonora and Tucson and Rio Yaqui

    Yaqui Ritual and Festive Music

    ℗ Canyon Records

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Artist: Musicians and Singers from Old Paschua Village
    Artist: Sonora
    Artist: Tucson and Rio Yaqui
    Music Publisher: DMG Arizona
    Music Publisher: Public Domain

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Kolavalik with the Afro Yaqui Music Collective

    7:21

    Sung in the Mayan language of Tzotzil, Kolavalik was composed by Natalio Rodriguez, who passed the song on to Gizelxanath Rodriguez, singing here. This version is arranged by Benjamin Barson, and is performed by the Afro Yaqui Music Collective, an indigenous - jazz - hip hop collective focused on connecting the musics of future looking cultures worldwide, in the hopes of reuniting humanity with itself and the biosphere. Pictures displayed are from an Afro Yaqui Music Collective performance at the Dazzling Swamp Amphitheater, in Pittsburgh, PA. More at benbarsonmusic.com

  • Matachini Dance - La Guadalupana

    2:29

    Provided to YouTube by A-Train Entertainment

    Matachini Dance - La Guadalupana · Musicians and Singers from Old Paschua Village, Sonora and Tucson and Rio Yaqui

    Yaqui Ritual and Festive Music

    ℗ Canyon Records

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Artist: Musicians and Singers from Old Paschua Village
    Artist: Sonora
    Artist: Tucson and Rio Yaqui
    Music Publisher: DMG Arizona
    Music Publisher: Public Domain

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Afro Yaqui Music Collective at the Mesopotamian Water Forum

    3:42

    From Mesopotamia, with Love. ft. Nejma Nefertiti and Viktor Jara.

  • Yaqui Pass - So Long Small World

    1:46

    Max Moya and FearThePinkMist productions!

    Yaqui Pass lyrics:

    swimming the shoreline, the orange glow begins to ruin the white. you take me for right, i hope you choke on the petrol fuel tonight. we came through, like bulls across the way with red dots in our eyes yeah.

    we grow old, but these roads rebuild themselves like all alone
    and i wont fall but i've leaped and the world feels so small.

  • Pascola Dance - Cuera Mohelam

    2:49

    Provided to YouTube by A-Train Entertainment

    Pascola Dance - Cuera Mohelam (Old Music Strings) · Musicians and Singers from Old Paschua Village, Sonora and Tucson and Rio Yaqui

    Yaqui Ritual and Festive Music

    ℗ Canyon Records

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Artist: Musicians and Singers from Old Paschua Village
    Artist: Sonora
    Artist: Tucson and Rio Yaqui
    Music Publisher: DMG Arizona
    Music Publisher: Public Domain

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Kutawonsa: Protect What we Have performed by the Afro Yaqui Music Collective

    7:38

    Composed by Samuel Okoh-Boateng, Kutawonsa means protect what we hold in our hands in the Twi language. It is the seventh month of the Akan calendar. The song was composed by Boateng to remind us of the perilous affects of climate change on our water resources, which diminish every day due to the pernicious effects of climate change and poor resource management. Think beyond your luxuries, think beyond borders, and help us build a movement to heal the Earth from the destruction caused by capitalism and genocide. more at Benbarsonmusic.com/afroyaquimusic

  • Indian Music Of Mexico - Yaqui -Tlaxcala, Puebla - Pascolas - Victor 152-B

    3:07

    Title: Yaqui -Tlaxcala, Puebla - Pascolas
    Artist: Indian Music Of Mexico
    Accompaniment: Flute, Drum and Bells
    Record Label: Victor
    Catalog Number: 152-B
    Recording Format: 78
    Notes: This is part of Musical Smart Box Set P-94 called Indian Music of México recorded by Laura C. Boulton.

    View more information about this and other recordings at the University of California at Los Angeles' Frontera website:

    This recording is from the Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Collection of Mexican American and Mexican Recordings. For more information about the Arhoolie Foundation visit our website at:

    For detailed information about the Frontera Collection read the book
    The Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Frontera Collection of Mexican and Mexican American Recordings by Agustín Gurza with Jonathan Clark and Chris Strachwitz.

    The Arhoolie Foundation does not sell the music in the Frontera collection. We welcome your comments and suggestions but we can not sell you this music in any format. Thank you! - La Fundación Arhoolie no vende la música en la colección Frontera. Le damos la bienvenida a sus comentarios y sugerencias, pero no podemos venderle esta música en ningún formato. ¡Gracias!

  • Matachini Dance - Santa Teresa

    3:27

    Provided to YouTube by A-Train Entertainment

    Matachini Dance - Santa Teresa · Musicians and Singers from Old Paschua Village, Sonora and Tucson and Rio Yaqui

    Yaqui Ritual and Festive Music

    ℗ Canyon Records

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Artist: Musicians and Singers from Old Paschua Village
    Artist: Sonora
    Artist: Tucson and Rio Yaqui
    Music Publisher: DMG Arizona
    Music Publisher: Public Domain

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Yaqui Chant

    2:10

  • Introduction And Yaqui Indian Folk Song

    2:19

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Introduction And Yaqui Indian Folk Song · Keith Jarrett

    Treasure Island

    ℗ A Verve Label Group Release; ℗ 1974 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1974-01-01

    Producer: Ed Michel
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Dewey Redman
    Associated Performer, Upright Bass: Charlie Haden
    Associated Performer, Percussion: Guilherme Franco
    Associated Performer, Piano: Keith Jarrett
    Associated Performer, Percussion: Danny Johnson
    Associated Performer, Drums: Paul Motian
    Composer Lyricist: Traditional

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Workers March Stoneflower Requiem by Afro Yaqui Music Collective

    3:27

    Workers' March: Mirror Butterfly Music Video

    Here's the first music video to Mirror Butterfly. Check out this mind-bending, soul opening journey through revolution across the world. Originally shown at the Mesopotamian Water Forum in Iraq, this work is translated into Turksih and Arabic to connect water struggles across the world. This piece is based on an interview with Kurdish Freedom Movement activist Azize Aslan and written by Ruth Margraff with contributions by Nejma Nefertiti.

    Part of Mirror Butterfly: the Migrant Liberation Movement Suite
    Music by Ben Barson
    Hugo Cruz--Timables and Congas
    Julz Powell-- Drum Set
    Jeff Berman--Bells
    Samuel Okoh-Boateng--Percussion
    Album out on Innova Recordings on August 2nd
    Go to for more details

    This piece initially included staged choreography by Peggy Myo-Youn Choy.
    words by Ruth Margraff with contributions by Nejma Nefertiti
    inspiration provided by Azize Aslan

  • Free King Tuc X Free Lawless

    4:28

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  • Enter the Mirrors from Mirror Butterfly by the Afro Yaqui Music Collective

    2:56

    We've all been taught the theory of survival of the fittest--only the strong survive. But this is a lie.

    Competition and colonialism are killing the planet and our souls. In both nature and society, cooperation is needed for evolution to construct new levels of organization. The emergence of genomes, cells, multi-cellular organisms, social insects and human society are all based on cooperation. And so we ask: Are you a mushroom, or are you a sword?

    Part of Mirror Butterfly: the Migrant Liberation Movement Suite on Innova Records

    Video by Adam Cooper-Tehrán
    Comic artwork sampled from Chris Cardenale
    and provided courtsey of Ecosocialist Horizons from the Turth and Dare Comic Book


    Libretto by Ruth Margraff
    Choreography by Peggy Myo-Young Choy
    Composed by Ben Barson
    Concept by Gizelxanath Rodriguez

  • Yaqui - Pascola Dance

    2:25

    Provided to YouTube by Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

    Yaqui - Pascola Dance · Yaqui harpist, violinists

    Indian Music of Mexico

    ℗ 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings / 1952 Folkways Records

    Released on: 1952-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Deer Dance

    3:24

    Provided to YouTube by A-Train Entertainment

    Deer Dance (Tukahaniw) (Night Earth) and Chepa Muchicawi (Josephine's Turtle Mountain) · Musicians and Singers from Old Paschua Village, Sonora and Tucson and Rio Yaqui

    Yaqui Ritual and Festive Music

    ℗ Canyon Records

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Artist: Musicians and Singers from Old Paschua Village
    Artist: Sonora
    Artist: Tucson and Rio Yaqui
    Music Publisher: DMG Arizona
    Music Publisher: Public Domain

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Yaqui

    3:37

    Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS

    Yaqui · Fly Project

    Ambient Voyage: Indians, Vol. 2

    ℗ JB Production

    Released on: 2011-08-26

    Composer: Benedetto Giuliano
    Music Publisher: D.R
    Composer: Domenico Tortosa
    Composer: Mauro Pagliarino

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Pascola Dance - Mamna Cialim

    2:56

    Provided to YouTube by A-Train Entertainment

    Pascola Dance - Mamna Cialim (Green Spinach) · Musicians and Singers from Old Paschua Village, Tucson and Rio Yaqui and Sonora

    Yaqui Ritual and Festive Music

    ℗ Canyon Records

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Artist: Musicians and Singers from Old Paschua Village
    Artist: Sonora
    Artist: Tucson and Rio Yaqui
    Music Publisher: DMG Arizona
    Music Publisher: Public Domain

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • MAD STACKS FOREVER

    4:17

    TUCSON RAPPERS

  • Afro Yaqui Music Collective -- Overture of the Sword from Mirror Butterfly

    5:45

    As the Amazon burns and the ice caps melt, we remember: it's time for a global revolution against capitalism.

    Overture of the Sword from MIrror Butterfly (innova Recordings) is an epic anthem that details (through Marina Celander and Drew Bayura's excellent acting) the rise of this nature-killing system through primitive accumulation--slavery, genocide, ecocide. Against this is the mushroom chorus (Katharine Carlson, Morgan Lindsay, Jason Gordon, Gizelxanath Soprano) summon a connected energy to remind us of the alternatives that exist inside of all of us. Animation by Adam Cooper-Terán with artwork derived from Seth David Tobocman, Jordan Worley and Ecosocialist Horizons.

    Support indigenous resistance and revolutionary music. 100% of album sales go to support autonomous radio station Námakasia Radio and school Sewa Tomteme in Yaqui territory.

  • YAQUI INCHICAQUI......le di cariño...primicia

    6:46

    gran concierto en huaraz con el respaldo de los unicos GALIN, JHON Y EMIL ENRIQUE.

  • Yaqui mc - Outro

    8:21

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  • Afro Yaqui Music Collective

    2:22

    This band is facilitated by saxophonist Ben Barson, who was mentored by the late Fred Ho and played with his bands. Also in the new config are Gizelxanath Rodriguez on vocals and rapper Nejma Nefertiti and many many more folks.
    You'll see pix here of Mario Luna Romero, the Traditional Yaqui Government's Secretary of the indigenous village of Vicam, Sonora, Mexico. He is a community organizer who was commissioned by the Yaqui tribe to protect the water of the Yaqui River against a goverment sponsored aqueduct. Afro Yaqui's new album Mirror Butterfly: The Migrant Liberation Movement Suite, was on sale as a benefit for this campaign.
    See them on Faceborg and at 

  • Maldingo Del Alto Cielo - Afro Yaqui Music Collective

    11:05

    Yang Jin, pipa
    Benjamin Barson, saxphone
    Ben Opie, saxphone
    Gizelxanath Soprano, voice
    Mini Jong, erhu(Chinese violin)
    Samuel Okah-Boateng, piano
    Jeff Berman, percussion

  • Yaqui - Heragua Loquo

    2:43

    Album: The Yaqui Dances: Pascola Music of the Yaqui Indians of Northern Mexico
    Year: 1957
    Catalog Numbers: FW06957 / FW 6957

  • Yaqui - Pascola Dance

    2:08

    Provided to YouTube by Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

    Yaqui - Pascola Dance · Yaqui harpist, violinists

    Indian Music of Mexico

    ℗ 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings / 1952 Folkways Records

    Released on: 1952-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Indian Music Of Mexico - Yaqui -Tlaxcala, Puebla - Deer Dance - Victor 153-B

    3:04

    Title: Yaqui -Tlaxcala, Puebla - Deer Dance
    Artist: Indian Music Of Mexico
    Accompaniment: Notched Sticks, Rattles, Water Drum and Singer
    Record Label: Victor
    Catalog Number: 153-B
    Recording Format: 78
    Notes: This is part of Musical Smart Box Set P-94 called Indian Music of México recorded by Laura C. Boulton.

    View more information about this and other recordings at the University of California at Los Angeles' Frontera website:

    This recording is from the Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Collection of Mexican American and Mexican Recordings. For more information about the Arhoolie Foundation visit our website at:

    For detailed information about the Frontera Collection read the book
    The Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Frontera Collection of Mexican and Mexican American Recordings by Agustín Gurza with Jonathan Clark and Chris Strachwitz.

    The Arhoolie Foundation does not sell the music in the Frontera collection. We welcome your comments and suggestions but we can not sell you this music in any format. Thank you! - La Fundación Arhoolie no vende la música en la colección Frontera. Le damos la bienvenida a sus comentarios y sugerencias, pero no podemos venderle esta música en ningún formato. ¡Gracias!

  • Yaqui - Pascola Dance

    1:55

    Provided to YouTube by Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

    Yaqui - Pascola Dance · Yaqui musician simultaneously playing flute and drum

    Indian Music of Mexico

    ℗ 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings / 1952 Folkways Records

    Released on: 1952-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Indian Music Of Mexico - Yaqui -Tlaxcala, Puebla - Matachines - Victor 154-A

    3:39

    Title: Yaqui -Tlaxcala, Puebla - Matachines
    Artist: Indian Music Of Mexico
    Accompaniment: Harp, Fiddle and Stamping
    Record Label: Victor
    Catalog Number: 154-A
    Recording Format: 78
    Notes: This is part of Musical Smart Box Set P-94 called Indian Music of México recorded by Laura C. Boulton.

    View more information about this and other recordings at the University of California at Los Angeles' Frontera website:

    This recording is from the Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Collection of Mexican American and Mexican Recordings. For more information about the Arhoolie Foundation visit our website at:

    For detailed information about the Frontera Collection read the book
    The Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Frontera Collection of Mexican and Mexican American Recordings by Agustín Gurza with Jonathan Clark and Chris Strachwitz.

  • Mark Guerrero: Im Brown with Yaqui

    6:40

    Mark Guerrero performs his song I'm Brown with Yaqui at the Yaqui Reunion Concert at The Hop in Puente Hills, California on May 26, 2005.

  • The Afro Yaqui Music Collective in Chiapas

    6:32

    El Colectivo de Música Afro - Yaqui
    (The Afro Yaqui Music Collective)

    Gizelxanath Rodriguez -- voz, cello

    Benjamin Barson --
    Saxofón barítono, director y arreglista

    Quincy Saul -- clarinete

    Sefa Atsu -- percusión

    Albert Legrand -- tambor

    actuación en FOMMA, San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico

    presentado Nonatzin por Salvador Moreno, arreglo por Ben Barson

    más en BenBarsonMusic.com

  • Yaqui Indian Folk Song

    2:10

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Yaqui Indian Folk Song · Trey Henry · Ray Brinker · Munyungo Jackson · Jeff Richman · Wolfgang Haffner · Mitchel Forman

    Perspectives

    ℗ 2006 Marsis Jazz

    Released on: 2006-08-15

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Deer Dance

    2:22

    Provided to YouTube by A-Train Entertainment

    Deer Dance (Yoko Muhu) (Speckled Owl) and Bali Jekan (Fresh Air) · Musicians and Singers from Old Paschua Village, Tucson and Rio Yaqui and Sonora

    Yaqui Ritual and Festive Music

    ℗ Canyon Records

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Artist: Musicians and Singers from Old Paschua Village
    Artist: Sonora
    Artist: Tucson and Rio Yaqui
    Music Publisher: DMG Arizona
    Music Publisher: Public Domain

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Yaqui

    3:03

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Yaqui · Villa Capone

    Sins Of The Father-A Bandit's Story

    ℗ 1999 Nookie Inc.

    Released on: 1999-04-27

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • 8 Bar Loop- Modern Day Yaqui Deer Rain Dance for 2007-

    5:05

    I made this 8 bar loop with the image of people dancing to make it rain and inspired by the Yaqui deer dance. I went all out to try and test the Juno-G. I'm using all 16 midi tracks made available. All of the patches that I used are from existing patches that I altered just a little to try and fit the mood of the song. Patches used by track in order- 1 monsoon, 2 killerbeez, 3 naughty bits, 4 stream, 5 Taiko,6 sin(ep), 7 Xadecimal, 8 Thunder, 9 Sub Sonic, the drums were built using Nu Technica, Music Bells, Passing by Effect, Wind, Dreaming Box, Aerial Choir, and finally JG Glocken. I dedicate this composition to my Grandfather who was half Yaqui. This video should be listened with the volume very loud.

  • Yaqui Village

    3:18

    Geronimo: An American Legend

    All rights to Ry Cooder

  • Stoneflower Requiem by the Afro Yaqui Music Collective

    4:52

    Part of Mirror Butterfly: the Migrant Liberation Movement Suite out on Innova Recordings.
    Composed by Ben Barson
    Libretto by Ruth Margraff with contributions by Nejma Nefertiti in dialouge Azize Aslan
    Part of a staged work that featured choreography by Peggy Myo-Young Choy

  • Yaqui: Mitote The Hop- Puente Hills, California 2005

    5:02

    Yaqui performs Mitote at the Yaqui Reunion concert at The Hop in Puente Hills, California on May 26, 2005. Mark Guerrero is sitting in with the band. Mitote written by Ronnie Reyes, Eddie Serrano, and Art Sanchez.

  • En Estudio Yaqui Music Grabando Vesion Mariachi.mpg

    3:24

    Adelfa Alonzo LA Leona en version mariachi espero les guste.

  • Afro Yaqui Music Collective performs Sister Soul at Millennium Stage, Kennedy Center

    10:46

    Composed by Ben Barson: SISTER SOUL: RETURN EARTH TO THE PRODUCERS!

    Patriarchy has failed us for 5,000 years. Now is the time to return Earth to the producers. ON A GLOBAL SCALE, women produce more than half of all the food that is grown. Yet the own less than 20 percent of the world's land. In sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean, they produce up to 80 percent of basic foodstuffs. In Asia, they provide from 50 to 90 percent of the labour for rice cultivation. And in Southeast Asia and the Pacific as well as Latin America, women's home gardens represent some of the most complex agricultural systems known.

    Time to return Earth to those who work it. Now is the age of the Sister Soul.

    more at benbarsonmusic.com/afroyaquimusic

  • Yaqui Blood

    2:51

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