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Kashtin


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  • Audio CD
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • ASIN: B000065GYC
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10,909 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 E Uassiuian (Mon Enfance 3:09 2 Kashtin (Tornade) 4:17 3 E Peikussian (Solitude) 4:34 4 Pakuakumit (Pointe-Bleue) 2:41 5 Shashish (Il Y A Longtemps) 3:44 6 Apu Tshekuan (Sans Importance) 4:40 7 Tshinanu (Nous Autres) 3:48 8 Tipatshimun (La Chanson Du Diable) 4:37 9 Uitshi (Aide-moi) 3:03 10 Ashtam Nituapam (Viens Me Trouver) 3:37 11 Shteteian (Depart) 3:45 12 Nitanish (N'Teish) Ma Fille 4:45 / Banjo - Daniel Jean Bass - Normand Bourdeau Drums [Homdrum] - Jean-François Fabiano Guitar, Vocals, Percussion, Drums, Violin - Claude McKenzie, Florent Vollant Harmonica - Marc Beaulieu Harmonium - Éric Poirier Keyboards - Daniel Bonin Percussion, Drums - Alain Couture, Marcel Néron Vocals - Normand Dubé Vocals, Harmonica - Gaëtan Essiambre

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Estrild on Sept. 25 2007
Native Innu duo from Quebec playing their own blend of traditional native, french folk, pop rock, and country music, sung for the most part in their native language Innu, which is spoken by very few people today. The music can appeal to all, it is mainstream, earthy, very catchy, and upbeat. I think this is my favorite album by them because it contains the most energy and it has the great singles Tshinanu and Pakuakumit on it. Very talented musicians that put us in touch with the land, all Canadians who can feel the beat.
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