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The Band: Live at the Academy of Music 1971

Levon Helm: Ramble at the Ryman

The Band: Three of a Kind

Robbie Robertson: How to Become Clairvoyant

Garth Hudson Presents a Canadian Celebration of The Band

Levon Helm: Electric Dirt

Garth and Maud Hudson: Live at the Wolf

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Elliot Landy's Woodstock Vision

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Cherokee Morning Song


Arranged by Rita Coolidge and Robbie Robertson.
Album: Music for the Native Americans


We n' de ya ho, We n' de ya ho, 
We n' de ya, We n' de ya Ho ho ho ho, 
He ya ho, He ya ho, Ya ya ya
Translation - We n' de ya ho
Freely translated: "A we n'" (I am), "de" (of), "Yauh" --the-- (Great Spirit), "Ho" (it is so).
Written as: A we n' de Yauh ho (I am of the Great Spirit, Ho!).
This language stems from very ancient Cherokee


Translation by David Michael Wolfe who is an Eastern Virginia Cherokee and a cultural historian. Thanks to Maurizio Orlando for providing the translation.


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