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Ly O Lay Ale Loya (Circle Dance) ~ Native Song

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Ly O Lay Ale Loya (Circle Dance) ~ Native Song

 

 

 

 

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“May the stars carry your sadness away, May the flowers fill your heart with beauty, May hope forever wipe away your tears. And, above all, may the silence make you strong! The song: Ly-O-Lay Ale Loya (Circle Dance) conveys the stories, legends and plight of the Native Americans by combining sampled chants of the Navajo, Pueblo and Sioux tribes and Sami people yoik with synthesizer backings, all driven forth by a combination of traditional drumming and electronic dance beats. Ly-O-Lay Ale Loya (Circle Dance) is part of the album “Yeha-Noha” (Wishes of happiness and prosperity) released in 1994 by a musical project named “Sacred Spirit”. On the first album, the song “Circle Dance” was presented as a native American chant, however the main vocals are an authentic Sami yoik (“Normo Jovnna” by Terje Tretnes), For each album sold, donations are made to the Native American Rights Fund, a non-profit Native American organization devoted to restoring the legal rights of the native American people.”

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“When we kill our Great, Grey Wolves, we are killing part of ourselves, we are all connected to this Earth. The Earth does not belong to us, we belong to the Earth. The Creator blesses the Grey-Wolf- Families.”

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