John Trudell | DNA: Descendant Now Ancestor

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DNA: Descendant Now Ancestor

by John Trudell

One of the objectives of this technologic reality has to do with erasing the memories of the human beings, because we have a common collective experience. We are all the descendants of tribes. - John Trudell
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1. Introduction
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2. Of Many Realities
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3. Famine in the Plenty
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4. We Are Shapes of the Earth
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5. The Magic Valley
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6. They're Mining Us
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7. One Journey
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8. The Earth Was the Mother
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9. The Voices Said
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10. The Earth Was the Mother (Continued)
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11. South of Hell
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12. Intelligence
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13. Born 18
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14. Every Word Has Power
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15. The Beast
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16. Certain Things Just Got to Be Looked At
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17. The Other Day
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18. What Happened to the Tribes of Europe
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19. Spectator
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20. Democracy
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21. Shouting From the Sidelines
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22. There's Nothing Wrong With Us
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23. Me Up
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24. Doesn't Hurt Anymore
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
DNA - Descendant Now Ancestor is a perfect entry point into the universe of Trudell. His worldview, spiritual perspective and analytical approach are crystal clear in this 73 minute collection of prose and poetry compiled from four nights of lectures.

"One of the objectives of this technologic reality has to do with erasing the memories of the human beings, because we have a common collective experience. We are all the descendants of tribes." - John Trudell

Recorded live in Chicago, Illinois and Urbana, Illinois October 12-17, 1999.

John Trudell expresses his personal philosophy through prose and poetry.

A tremendous, timeless recording.

24 Tracks:

* Introduction
* Of Many Realities
* Famine In The Plenty
* We Are All Shapes Of The Earth
* The Magic Valley
* They're Mining Us
* One Journey
* The Earth Was The Mother
* The Voices Said
* The Earth Was The Mother (continued)
* South Of Hell
* Intelligence
* Born 18
* Every Word Has Power
* The Beast
* Certain Things Just Got To Be Looked At
* The Other Day
* What Happened To The Tribes Of Europe
* Spectator
* Democracy
* Shouting From The Sidelines
* There's Nothing Wrong With Us
* Me Up
* Doesn't Hurt Anymore

Album Length: 1:13


DNA - Descendant Now Ancestor
John Trudell
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Record Label: Effective Records

Recorded live in Chicago, Illinois and Urbana, Illinois October 12-17, 1999.

John Trudell expresses his personal philosophy through prose and poetry.

A tremendous, timeless recording.


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dianna morton

Ah! JT makes the most sense of material world vs spiritual world
Ah! JT makes the most sense of material world vs. spiritual world.
His talks and his poetry twist back and forth in
a perfect union of declaring upside down world chaos as
vampire bait; and that we have a choice to be the feed or not.