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Songs such as "Swimming to the Other Side," "Live Like a Prayer," and "White Wings" are all part of an uplifting experience given to listeners by the group Magpie. Folk artists Greg Artzner and Tery Leonino express themselves with sincerity and charming passion, telling tales that have been cherished by generations of people out in the land of Native Americans, the prairie. "Swimming to the Other Side" entails a journey of Wakan Tanka, whose story lies in his crossing of a river by means of a very narrow tree. "If he is afraid to cross the river, he returns to the world and wanders about forever," notes Good Seat, of the Lakota tribe. Soaring and falling while struggling to fly is part of the suffering to be endured in the path to achievement, as the song "The Eagle and the Hawk" depicts. "Yellow Metal" is a deep and passionate song set in a cappella, expressing the story of settlers laboring in search for gold. The lyrics speak of the truth of several years of genocide of the Yanomami in the Amazon rainforest (a large massacre took place in 1993). "Live Like a Prayer" expresses the message to listeners that "we are the ones who must come together to walk the Sacred Way." "White Wings" is the most appealing song on this record. Pleasing to the ears, the guitars have a merry-go-round, chiming effect. The lyrics are laden with visions of rivers and memories of clear waters in the past, before the damaging effects of civilization. "Here's to the people that work on the river," and here's to those who keep this brand of music alive. ~ Shawn M. Haney, Rovi


Se formó en: 1973

Género: Intérprete/compositor

Años de actividad: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

The songs of the working class, justice, and the environment are combined with songs of romance and interpersonal relationships by Magpie, a duo featuring Terry Leonino and Greg Artzner. When Leonino and Artzner first came together, in September 1973, Leonino was in her senior year at Kent State University. Upon her graduation, the following spring, the duo moved to Takoma Park, MD, and became active participants in the Washington, D.C.-area folk community. Magpie's debut album, Magpie & Friends,...
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