Description

The Navajo, who call themselves as the Din̩ (“the people”), occupy the second largest U.S. reservation which covers portions of their traditional homelands in northeastern Arizona, southeastern Colorado and northwestern New Mexico. These historic songs of the Din̩ were recorded from the late 1950’s to 1974 by noted singers Kenneth White, Sr., Edmond White the acclaimed song and dance troupe Din̩ Ba’Aliil of Navajoland, U.S.A..

TRACKS:  
1. Make it Two Dollars ??? Two-Step (2:34)
2. Short-Skirted Girlfriend – Two-Step (2:21)
3. I Didn’t Know You Were Here – Two-Step (2:28)
4. Wild Man ??? Skip Dance (2:13)
5. Four Skip Dance Songs (9:55)
6. Three Two-Step Songs (6:48)
7. Four Spin Dance (Unwinding Dance) Songs (4:16)
8. Four Round Dance Songs and One Closing Song (6:28)
9. Din̩ Flag Song (1:54)
10. Corn Grinding Song (2:33)
11. Fire Dance ??? Ribbon Dance (2:55)
12. Fire Dance ??? Direction (1:36)
13. Fire Dance ??? Round Dance (2:15)
14. Fire Dance ??? Back and Forth (1:55)
15. Round Dance ??? Love Song (1:21)
16. Round Dance ??? Love Song (1:05)
17. Yei-Be-Chai (4:11)
18. Enemyway – Two Warm-Up Songs (2:34)
19. Enemyway ??? Four Escort Songs (4:34)
20. Enemyway ??? Six Circle Dance Songs (5:57)


Total Time CD: 71:20 | Total Time Digital: 71:20