Indigenous

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All Music Guide - Hal Horowitz
For its major-label debut, the Native American quartet keeps its sound bulked up but stripped down. They haven't transcended their obvious Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan-isms, although there are also indications of Robin Trower and '70s power trio blues-rock outfits such as Cactus here as well. Guitarist/vocalist Mato Nanji stays entrenched in the spotlight, with his bass-playing brother, drumming sister, and a practically inaudible cousin on percussion contributing anonymous support. Nanji projects a powerful presence throughout; his dusky vocals are emotional without bombast and his fluid guitar jumps out of the murky mix like a lighthouse through the fog. Production by ...
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All Music Guide - Hal Horowitz
For its major-label debut, the Native American quartet keeps its sound bulked up but stripped down. They haven't transcended their obvious Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan-isms, although there are also indications of Robin Trower and '70s power trio blues-rock outfits such as Cactus here as well. Guitarist/vocalist Mato Nanji stays entrenched in the spotlight, with his bass-playing brother, drumming sister, and a practically inaudible cousin on percussion contributing anonymous support. Nanji projects a powerful presence throughout; his dusky vocals are emotional without bombast and his fluid guitar jumps out of the murky mix like a lighthouse through the fog. Production by the British Davey Brothers the Hoax plays a substantial role, as they create a thick sonic soup, providing the band with a gutsy wall of sound. The basic tracks were cut live, adding a spark to the performances -- especially the slow blues of "I Wonder" that catches a particularly hot moment -- but some of these songs are not only similar to each other, they are reminiscent of standard blues-rockers in the catalogs of the band's obvious influences. So even though "Take Some Time" is an original, its unhurried shuffle sounds like any of a dozen songs in the Stevie Ray Vaughan catalog. A sledgehammer version of Jimmy Reed's "Shame Shame Shame" is the album's only official cover, though. As the disc progresses, the production and approach become repetitious, and the quality of the material declines. Still, for those who want to turn the volume up to 11, Indigenous competently fills the blues-rock bill.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/22/2003
  • Label: Jive
  • UPC: 828765348027
  • Catalog Number: 53480

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 C'mon Suzie (3:56)
  2. 2 You Turn My World Around (3:23)
  3. 3 What You Do to Me (3:27)
  4. 4 Hold On (3:34)
  5. 5 I'm Still Here (3:45)
  6. 6 Be Right There (3:21)
  7. 7 Movin' On (3:30)
  8. 8 Want You to Say (4:13)
  9. 9 Shame Shame Shame (4:30)
  10. 10 Take Some Time (4:15)
  11. 11 Where Are You (3:58)
  12. 12 I Wonder (5:53)
  13. 13 Monkey Shuffle (2:42)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Indigenous Primary Artist
Robin L. Davey Background Vocals
Beverly Zephier Background Vocals
Wanbdi Waste Win Drums, Background Vocals
Mato Nanji Guitar, Vocals, Rhythm
Horse Percussion, Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Jimmy Reed Composer
George Marino Mastering
Nick Gamma Art Direction
Hugh Coltman Composer
Robin L. Davey Composer
Indigenous Producer
Jon Amor Composer
Wanbdi Waste Win Composer
Davey Brothers Producer
Mato Nanji Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great New Blues Band

    Great album - these guys are great in concert too (would highly recommend catching them on tour w/Jonny Lang). Lead singer is awesome! Very Stevie Ray-like, with lots of energy. You won't be disappointed with this one if you like that type of music.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Bummer Production

    The "Davey Brothers" (who???) production of this CD sounds like a bad bootleg. The songs are repititious and dreary. The only good thing is the guitarist but its hard to hear him through the totally cruddy recording. After two great CDs (Circle and The Things We Do) this CD is a huge disappointment. Pleeze send the Davey Brothers into forced retirement or a more suitable profession (fish mongers?).

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Maybe now little Star is found

    Horse, Pte, Wanbi and Mato now come into the light they deserve. Their music touches the soul of the listeners in ways too seldom felt. The spirit of the music is much like that of Jimi and Stevie Ray in that it is from the same source and from the heart. Play on.

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