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Whitchi Tai To

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  1. Jul 21,  · “Witchi Tai To” Topo D. Bill I am hardly the first person to react this way to the song — many voices on the web likewise characterize the song as an “earworm” of major proportions. Is it possible that Jim Pepper’s adaptation of an ancient (peyote) chant is the first such Native American chant to be played on pop radio?
  2. Mar 07,  · Danielsson's "Kukka," the sole original, is highlighted by the bassist's own melodic solo, while hints of the blues suffuse Stenson's spare opening to Jim Pepper's "Witchi-Tai-To." The minute version of Don Cherry 's "Desireless" has a majestic, unfolding lyricism that's both distinctive and the CD's strongest homage to the Coltrane style/5(28).
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Everything Is Everything - Witchi Tai To at Discogs. Complete your Everything Is Everything collection/5(14).
  4. Witchi Tai To. 28, 8. more tracks from the album Black Roots: Funky & Abstract Directions In Jazz #1. I Walk on Gilded Splinters # Witchi Tai To. Our awesome collection of Promoted Songs.
  5. Witchi-Tai-To is simply one of the best jazz albums issued in the s, one of the great albums of ECM jazz, and a great album for all time, regardless of era or style. Its strengths are the musicians, a peerless crew, and a discriminating choice of /5(31).
  6. In Jim Pepper in and featured “ Witchi Tai To,” a peyote song that Pepper had arranged according to his own jazz, rock, and folk music sensibilities. Everything Is Everything’s recording of “ Witchi Tai To ” ultimately reached number 69 on Billboard ’s Hot chart in , and the song remained popular into.
  7. May 29,  · BREWER & SHIPLEY WITCHI TAI TO WEEDS () This song was originally a Native American song for a peyote ritual this composition with the lyrics was written by Jim Pepper, a jazz fusion saxophonist.
  8. Jim Pepper original Songwriter and saxophonist Jim Pepper adapted the song "Witchi Tai To" from an ancient peyote chant that he learned from his Native American grandfather. "Witchi Tai To" was first recorded by Pepper's group, the short lived, Everything Is Everything.

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