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Shenandoah from Happy Tribe


Happy Tribe

Shenandoah from Happy Tribe

Listen to “Shenandoah”for yourself.

A friend asked me to share his link, but I listened to it after I shared it. I found the song to be relaxing and nice to listen too. I enjoyed listening to the new song that he created, while also listening for the things that he asked me to listen for. I think he did a wonderful job in playing this song. Now, I would like to share it with my readers. Let me know what you think about this new song, which was played by one of my closest friends. Additionally, he has a list of more songs that he has composed, so take a moment to listen to them as well.

Statement from Happy Tribe/ Jan. 3, 2015: Shenandoah“, From “Let me Spin You A Song,” a cycle of American songs. While Alan Lomax suggested that “Shenandoah” was a sea-shanty. Others suggest that it is of Native American origin, for it tells the tale of Sally, the daughter of the Indian Chief Shenandoah. She is courted for seven years, by a white Missouri river trader. I have attempted to “paint” the rolling waves into a simple string accompaniment. Listen for cross fades, terraced dynamics, and pans. I hope you will “like” and “share” this first song of my new cycle.– Happy Tribe

John “Happy Tribe” Valentine

Happy Tribe Website

Author:

Ms. Kauffman is an seasoned freelance author who designs and maintains her own websites and blogs. The websites that are named, "Princess Crystal Says" and "Princess Crystal's Royal Letters". Ms. Kauffman has an AA in Arts of Business and BS in Communications, which makes her a valuable asset to her current and potential clients.

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