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Response to Mr. Bryan Hendricks

Bryan, in my liner notes I give proper credit as to the origin of "The Man In The Maze" to the Tohono O'odham. The liner notes also explain why I chose to use this symbol, as a way to show that I am also on my life's journey to find my place. I did not steal this symbol (as I'm sure many other Indian tribes who chose to use it didn't either.) I'm chose to honor its meaning, and it's meaning for me in my life. Here is a description from an Indian website....
Life's Choices. "The-man-in-the-maze" is a very popular design that was originally created as an illustration of an emergence story by the Tohono o'odham or Papago Indians of the Central Valley in Arizona. The little man is named "U'ki'ut'l" in their language. It has been adopted by many other people. It is significant of life's cycles and eternal motion and also of the choices we are always confronted with. Correct choices lead us to harmony with all things, no matter how long & hard the road can get. Utilized by Hopi silversmiths as a way to showcase their high quality & technique.

not bad

kinda reminds me of govt. mule just been sampling it i listen to metal mostly but i need something to break the monautany (IM SURE DATS SPELD WRONG) i lsten to cake and some classic rock as well ie the almond bros. skynard johny winter. I will probably pik dis up

Way to steal a Native American's tribe symbol

I wonder who he gave the credit to.

If you would like to know more about the symbol, google "man in the maze" or "i'itoi"

Biography

Born: 1972 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Bassist Nick Moss learned his instrument at a young age, often watching his brother Joe play with Buddy Scott, among others. By the time he graduated from high school, Scott was on the lookout for a new bassist and Moss scored the job. Two years later, Jimmy Dawkins stole him away and added him to his tour lineup. In 1993, the Legendary Blues Band asked him to join and Moss got his first spot on a blues recording with their Money Talks record. Moss eventually moved up to play the guitar in the group,...
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