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The Essential Redbone

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Redbone may have been the first Native American rock band to score a Top Ten hit with 1974's "Come and Get Your Love," but there is nothing particularly "essential" about that track. It's a pop single like so many others on the radio at the time, with a great hook, a charming melody that got swiped for countless other singles by other bands, and lightweight lyrics. Some of the other material here, such as "The Witch Queen of New Orleans," is just plain dumb and should never have been included, while the various elements that made up Redbone, such as a love of easy funk, Santana, War, the earlier Doobie Brothers sound, and the swampy blues-funk of Tony Joe White, are far more interesting and play themselves out on pop-soul numbers like "One Monkey," "Maggie," "One More Time," "Jerico," and "Fais-Do." But it's the Native American chants, rhythms, and melodies that form the architecture of tunes like "Niji Trace," "Message from a Drum," and "Chant: 13th Hour" and they are far more compelling — and not just for musicological interest but for how well they hold up over time as examples of cultural miscegenation. There are "songs" here, but there are far better moments, and those moments make for an interesting listen or two.

Biografía

Se formó en: 1969 en Fresno, CA

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Redbone was a Los Angeles-based band led by Native American Pat and Lolly Vegas, both lead singers who had previously worked under their own names, appearing in the 1965 film It's a Bikini World prior to forming Redbone, an all-Native band, at the encouragement of Jimi Hendrix. Their first success with Redbone came in 1970 with "Maggie" on Epic. "The Witch Queen of New Orleans" did somewhat better the next year, and "Come and Get Your Love" — a single that peaked at number five on the Billboard...
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