Thursday, November 27, 2014

Wilfred Numkena: The Boy from Hopi Land

Before he was director of the Utah Division of Indian Affairs, local boy Wilfred Numkena from the very local Hopi tribe rocked out. This 1965 LP on the Red Feather imprint from the DIY era of homespun Southwest rock-n-folk features Wilfred on guitar and vocals.

Lonesome Town
Over the Mountain
Blowing in the Wind
Bony  Maroni
Jamaica Farewell
Johnny Be Good
All My Trials
Memphis
Where Have All the Flowers Gone
Wreck of the Captain John B.

Album audio & artwork

DISCLAIMER: To the best of my knowledge, this work is out of print and not available for purchase in any format. If you are the artist and are planning a reissue, please let me know and I’ll remove it from the blog. Also please get in touch if you’ve lost your art &/or sound masters and would like to talk with me about my restoration work.

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  1. Rats! I don't know what happened when I pressed the file transfer button, but the result was not a transfer of files. I've now uploaded them.

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