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Artist Lyrics: Sainte Marie Buffy from FIRE&FLEET&CANDLELIGHT
Song Lyrics: Lyke Wake Dirge
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This ae night, this ae night
Every night and a'
Fire and sleet and candle lighte,
And Christ receive thy
When from hence away art past
To whinny moor thou com'st at last
If ever thou gavest hosen and shoon
Sit thee down and put them on.
If hosen and shoon thou ne'er gav'st nane
The whinnies shall prick thee to the bare bane.
From whinny moor when thou may'st pass
To Brig o' Dread thou com'st at last.
If ever thou gavest meat or drink
The fire shall never make thee shrink.
If meat or drink thou ne'er gav'st nane
The fire will burn thee to the bare bane.
This ae night, this ae nighte
Fire and sleet and candle lighte.
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Buffy Sainte-Marie was a graduating college senior in 1962 and hit the ground running in the early the Sixties, after the
beatniks and before the hippies. All alone she toured North America's colleges, reservations and concert halls, meeting both
huge acclaim and huge misperception from audiences and record companies who expected Pocahontas in fringes, and instead were
both entertained and educated with their initial dose of Native American reality in the first person.
By age 24, Buffy Sainte-Marie had appeared all over Europe, Canada, Australia and Asia, receiving honors, medals and awards
which continue to this day. Her song "Until It's Time for You to Go" was recorded by Elvis and Barbra and Cher, and her "Universal
Soldier" became the anthem of the peace movement. For her very first album she was voted Billboard's Best New Artist.
She disappeared suddenly from the mainstream American airwaves during the Lyndon Johnson years. As part of a blacklist
which affected Eartha Kitt, Taj Mahal and a host of other outspoken performers, her name was included on White House stationery
as among those whose music "deserved to be suppressed". In Indian country and abroad, however, her fame only grew. She continued
to appear at countless grassroots concerts, AIM events and other activist benefits. She made 17 albums of her music, three
of her own television specials, spent five years on Sesame Street, scored movies, helped to found Canada's 'Music of Aboriginal
Canada' JUNO category, raised a son, earned a Ph.D. in Fine Arts, taught Digital Music as adjunct professor at several colleges,
and won an Academy Award Oscar for the song "Up Where We Belong".
Buffy Sainte-Marie virtually invented the role of Native American international activist pop star. Her concern for protecting
indigenous intellectual property, and her distaste for the exploitation of Native American artists and performers has kept
her in the forefront of activism in the arts for forty years. Presently she operates the Nihewan Foundation for Native American
Education whose Cradleboard Teaching Project serves children and teachers in eighteen states.
Deeper background about Buffy Sainte-Marie
Born on a Cree reservation in Qu'Appelle Valley, Saskatchewan, Buffy Sainte-Marie was adopted and raised in Maine and Massachusetts.
She received a Ph.D. in Fine Art from the University of Massachusetts. She also holds degrees in both Oriental Philosophy
and teaching, influences which form the backbone of her music, visual art and social activism.
As a college student in the early 1960s, Buffy Sainte-Marie became known as a writer of protest songs and love songs. Many
of these became huge hits and classics of the era, performed by hundreds of other artists including Barbra Streisand, Elvis
Presley, Chet Atkins, Janis Joplin, Roberta Flack, Neil Diamond, Tracy Chapman and The Boston Pops Orchestra.
Buffy had a unique career outside the States, working in Europe, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong and Japan. She wrote songs
and essays, established a scholarship foundation to fund Native American study, spent time with indigenous people in far away
countries, received a medal from Queen Elizabeth II and presented a colloquium to Europe's philosophers.
In 1976 she quit recording to be a mommy and an artist, and to continue as a student of experimental music. Buffy and her childe
Dakota Starblanket Wolfchild became well known for their five-year stint on Sesame Street, where they taught us that "Indians
still exist." As a composer, she won an Academy Award in 1982 for the song Up Where We Belong as recorded by Joe Cocker
and Jennifer Warnes for the film An Officer and A Gentleman.
With Dakota grown up, Buffy re-entered the music scene in 1993 with her comeback album Coincidence and Likely Stories (EMI). That year, she also helped establish a new Juno Awards category for music of aboriginal Canada. Her recognition as
a major Canadian artist that summer was accented by a performance with the National Arts Center Orchestra at the Musem of
Civilization in Ottawa. The next day's newspaper headlines described Buffy's concert as "superb, powerful, and moving, drawing
a roaring and deserved standing ovation". That same year, France named Buffy Sainte-Marie 'Best International Artist of 1993'
and the United Nations chose her to proclaim the International Year of Indigenous People. In July, she headlined a group of
indigenous concert artists out on the arctic tundra of Lapland, with the national television stations of Norway, Sweden, Germany
and Finland smiling on. She also starred with Pierce Brosnan in the American television film The Broken Chain.
Buffy continues to draw huge crowds on the concert circuit - she played to 210,000 people in Denmark and a million people
in Washington DC for the Smithsonian's 150th birthday- but she never forgets her own people and performs regularly on the
smallest of reservations across North America. Her art and music are also teaching tools, and she uses these continually to
An educator before she was ever known as a singer, Buffy lectures at colleges and civic venues on a wide variety of topics:
film scoring, electronic music, songwriting, Native American studies, the Cradleboard Teaching Project, women's issues, the
Native genius for government, and remaining positive amidst tough human realities. She serves as Adjunct Professor in Canada
at York University in Toronto and Saskatchewan Indian Federated College in Regina, and in the U.S. was an Evans Chair Scholar
at the Evergreen State College in Washington State. She has also taught at the Institute for American Indian Arts in Santa
Fe, New Mexico (USA).
An early Macintosh pioneer in digital art and music, Buffy Sainte-Marie's works were among the first to be seen in museums
and galleries across North America: the Glenbow Museum (Calgary), the Emily Carr Gallery (Vancouver), the Mackenzie Gallery
(Regina), the Institute for American Indian Art Museum (Santa Fe), The Isaacs Gallery (Toronto), Ramscale Gallery (New York),
and the G.O.C.A.I.A. Gallery, (Tucson). The images are created as very limited edition Ilfordchrome photographic prints, ranging
in size from two feet to nine feet high. The pieces are then framed and exhibited in galleries, both physical and virtual.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org She likens electronic painting to "painting with light". Working on her Macintosh at home, using mainly Photoshop software,
she combines colours and light, sometimes with scanned-in realities (photos, fabrics, feathers and beads to create huge, brilliantly
coloured paintings which she describes as being "both reflective and deep, like new car paint". Her works have graced the
covers of Art Focus and Talking Stick magazines and been featured in MS. Magazine, Yahoo,
Visit Buffy Sainte-Marie's Official On-Line Art Gallery
As digital media caught on, Buffy assisted many other artists in understanding computers as an additional tool for real
art. She was keynote speaker at the Interactive '96 conference (in Toronto), where tangible versions of her artwork were exhibited
amidst great media attention. Singing a concert with the Regina Symphony with her magnificent huge digital paintings exhibited
in the foyer of the concert hall, her continuing theme Cyberskins: Live and Interactive crosses media boundaries but
always emphasizes how Indians are alive and thriving even within the digital revolution.
In February 1996, Buffy released her latest album Up Where We Belong (EMI), a collection of new songs with new recordings of her best songs. She was recently awarded the Award for Lifetime Musical
Achievement by the First Americans in the Arts (US), who also paid homage to Buffy and her legendary career by naming the
award after her.
Since 1996 she has limited her concert appearances to about twenty a year, speaking engagements to about the same number,
and focused her time mostly on the Cradleboard Teaching Project, using her multimedia skills to create accurate, enriching
core curriculum based in Native American cultural perspectives. The interactive multimedia CD-ROM SCIENCE: Through
Native American Eyes features Buffy on camera as well as producer and director. Visit www.cradleboard.org to learn more.
Buffy Sainte-Marie's work is a reflection of her own life - extremely varied and unique - and her special skill is in joining
seemingly unrelated ideas: A pacifist and a general. Indians and computers. Electronic art and Native realities.
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Siouxsie & the Banshees
by Unknown Sioux Indian ... .. ... . ...
You clamber up
And look behind
Their watchful eyes
The helping hands
A hen that's fierce
And painted blue
With red eyes
Wants to swallow you
A dragon dives and soars on tracks
The hands that
strap you to its back
You turn around and look behind
Their smiling eyes
Won't help you down
Their tiny hands
Their tiny feet
Such little hearts
To miss a beat
Grotesque dwarves in mirrored rooms
Pulled and taut
a thousand yous
Staring back through stinging tears
Remembering those funhouse thrills
The paintbox tunes and
Their watchful eyes, you start to swoon
Oh painted vile in lurid hue
The snarling horse that waits
Its motor whirrs and colours curl
Inside your head the monsters whirl
Its motor whirrs and colours curl
Inside your head the monsters whirl
In sucked out
Time stood still
And you remember it well
Oum le BuffySainte-Marie
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Word Values #622-#820
Yesai Nasrai ©
622 IMMOBILITY [2x311p]
AHMANITE I (Word Theme): Blessings, gifts, love, emotion, adoration. Hathor
the Deity of Love. To credit, to give water, to water or emotionally nourish. The hearth as a symbol of family love and warmth.
To refuse love and affection, refusals, rejections, to be unmoved, immobility.
AHMANITE II (Zodiacal): 22° Gemini - Aquarius SOLAR AND STELLAR BROTHERHOODS. Aten, stellar science,
God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, Astoria. Coeducation, blessings, karma, Essene brotherhood, Christian, champion. Contraception,
cheater, credit, inequality, immobility, refusal, wretch. Transfuse, correspond, permissible, bridgeable. Temperature, bacteria,
congenital, hearth, sulfur, cancer, ceramic, crackle, opaque, raven. Bottom, direct, stairwell, framework, watery, bewilder,
AHMANITE III(# Multiples): Feminine grace, especially as offered to the elect
by female members of SAI in Eucharist ceremonies.
English Words: BACTERIA, BERTIE,
BESSIE, BOLTON, CHEATER, CONGENITAL, COEDUCATION, CREDIT, DIRECT, EROSIBLE, FRAMEWORK, FULMINATE, HARDHAT, HEARTH, HYDROCHLORIDE,
INEQUALITY, INDESCRIBABLE, IMMOBILITY, INDOMITABLE, PERUSAL, PLANTAIN, REFUSAL, SULFUR, THIRD, TURVY, WATERY, ZEISS, WRETCH.
Hebrew Words: BRKT blessings.
Egyptian Heiroglyphic: 622
HTHRU The Egyptian love Deity called Het-Heru or Hathor; HT-HRU House of Horus, Hathor. (Hiero: XIV:19)
623 FICTION [7x89p]
AHMANITE I (Word Theme): Benevolence, blessing, reinforcement, recurrence, manipulation, brightness.
To scorn, reject, be difficult. A tragedy.
II (Zodiacal): 23° Gemini - Aquarius/Pisces GENTLE DRIZZLING BLESSEDNESS. Bacchus, polygyny, conjoin, waterbed, bright, brain,
manipulate, variate, flitting, grin, gander, tragedy, carnage, danger, difficult, scorn, reject, omitting, ineffable. Drizzle,
garden, green, benevolent, regime, rhyme, ring, folksong, fiction, saltwater.
III(# Multiples): Speech on a grand scale manifesting as FICTION, FOLKSONG, REMINISCE, TRAGEDY or play.
English Words: WOODY WOODPECKER, WATERBED, ARKANSAN, BENEVOLENT, BEIRUT, BRIGHT, CONFUCIANISM, CREWCUT,
DIFFICULT, DISCUS, EPILEPTIC, FICTION, FOLKSONG, GENOTYPE, GRISWOLD, IRISHMEN, MANIPULATE, REINFORCE, REMINISCE, REJECT, RECURRED,
SCORN, SLOPPING, SHOULDER, TELEOLOGY, THEIR, TRAGEDY, VARIATE.
624 VIBRATE [12x52,13x48,16x39,4x156,24x26]
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