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Album Review

On his second Rykodisc effort, John Trudell writes about the separation of the classes and genders along with themes of love. He also deals with the loss of his wife in the heartbreakingly beautiful "After All These Years," as he did in "Tina Smiled" from his previous record. Not quite as strong as the masterful AKA Grafitti Man, but still an intelligent and moving album. Executive producer Jackson Browne and Jennifer Warnes lend supporting vocals.

Biography

Born: 15 February 1946 in Omaha, NE

Genre: Spoken Word

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Born and raised on the Santee Sioux Reservation, on the border of Nebraska and South Dakota, Native-American poet and activist John Trudell spent the majority of the 1970s as the national chairman of the American Indian Movement (AIM). Trudell left Native-American politics in 1979 after his wife, mother-in-law, and three children were killed in a fire at their home on a reservation in Nevada. The fire, which Trudell was convinced was no accident, came just 12 hours after he had set fire to the American...
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