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Longhouse

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1) Longhouse was a band from New York, USA, formed in 1985, led by Lisa Herman, whose sound is characterized by extensive vocal harmonies provided by as many as six backup singers. They released a self-titled album in 1988.

2) Longhouse is a collaborative effort of James Creasey and Brandon Friesen from Canada. The duo invites the listeners to experience the culture of the First Nations through a mix that consists of contemporary and traditional music. Guided by the sounds of , guitars, drums, synthesizers and heart-thumping percussion, their music unfolds mystical ancient lands where great warriors once lived and echoes great stories through songs that stir the humanly spirit.

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  • NOVELIST-

    Perfect

    10 Jun 2012 Reply
  • Shattentor

    Alright, I found some information about the native american band on amazon.com. Added it to the artist description.

    25 Feb 2011 Reply
  • Shattentor

    The last.fm-radio played me 3 songs from the 2 albums "The Guardian" & "Enchanted" (native american tag radio). And it really is some beautiful first nation ritual music. The above description is at least incomplete - last.fm won't play me anything near the sound of the described band. The tags are pretty much correct though, except for "rock".

    25 Feb 2011 Reply
  • shadowsofdusk

    awesome very impressed Daganiwida would be proud

    23 Feb 2009 Reply
  • robdamnit

    This is the only album I have ever hunted for in the wilds of e-bay and darkest corners of the internet. If you find it buy it. If you find another copy, buy it and give it to an the friend you know will love it.

    16 Oct 2008 Reply
  • Ustareth

    I've searched up and down for info on the 1980s pop/rock group and this is all I could find. It's odd, because their album was distributed by a major label and yet, even on the internet, it's as if they never existed. They don't have a Wikipedia page, a detailed bio, or any photographs. Other than this one album I have from them, they're completely enigmatic. I just added the only paragraph I could find on them to this page, along with the only picture in existence. I don't know anything about the other Longhouse group. I just added this info, because the page was completely bare previously.

    16 Oct 2008 Reply
  • Azalin

    Oh really? Seems more like a typical new age stuff full of synthetisers than native american music to me..

    16 May 2008 Reply
  • Akecheta666

    Why so few listeners? So wonderful Music!

    30 Mar 2008 Reply

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