YouTube video: Everybody Powwow!
YouTube Video: Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee.
Robert Hart sings Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee, accompanied by Bernie Marsden on Guitar, Jimmy Copley on drums, Simon Webb on keys, Simon Edwards on Bass, and Alan Stewart on Sax. The song describes the massacre at Wounded Knee in 1890, where hundreds of Sioux men, women and children were gunned down by a revengeful 7th Cavalry.
YouTube Video: Everybody Powwow!
Robert Hart and Emma Pears sing the title track from the album backed by The Powwow Rock Orchestra. Everybody Powwow! celebrates the Native American Pow Wow ceremony. The whole tribe come together to dance, sing, and decide their future. It is the climax of the album. The excitement is palpable. There is hope. There is danger.
YouTube Video: This Land Is My Land
A trail of broken treaties, figures in the snow, a nations hope lay shattered long ago. This Land Is My Land, sung by Robert Hart accompanied by Bernie Marsden on acoustic and electric guitars, is a eulogy to a land that was home to millions of Native Americans. It tells the story from the point of view of a young Sioux girl.
YouTube Video : Lakota Prayer
Lakota Prayer is a poignant appeal. The young girl who delivers the prayer is asking for some very simple human rights. Asking to be allowed to be what she can be. It is an appeal that resonates today, as the Native Americans continue to struggle to gain traction in modern America.
CHASE THE SUN
Robert Hart sings Chase The Sun. He tells the story of Thomas, a young immigrant from the North of England, as he makes his way into America and on into the Wild West.
I chase the sun all day, and the moon all night, straight for your heart, I will follow the light…