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The Doors/Peter Lafarge

Honor The Treaties

The Doors Peter Lafarge Honor The Treaties 45 Rpm
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Vinyl Details: 12” black vinyl, limited release, numbered, proceeds of which benefit the non-profit organization, Honor The Treaties Artwork designed by Shepard Fairey

 

Description: Honor the Treaties is an organization dedicated to amplifying the voices of Indigenous communities through art and advocacy. They do that by funding collaborations between Native artists and Native advocacy groups so that their messages can reach a wider audience. Charity board member John Densmore of the Doors and artist Shepard Fairey spearheaded this release in conjunction with Record Store Day. All net proceeds of this release will go to the charity.

 

Peter LaFarge: occupied a special niche in contemporary folk music as the first politically aware Native American to attract serious attention. He was dead before the age of 34, but LaFarge managed to make a vital and unique contribution to theearly-'60s folk revival.

 

Peter LaFarge “Drums”Vocals: John Densmore and Floyd Westerman, Bass: Dave Roe, Guest vocalist: Martha Redbone, Organ: Harlan Steinberger, Acoustic guitar: Harlan Steinberger

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