44 minutes | Jul 29th 2019

Pamyua: The Most Famous Inuit Band In The World

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Pamyua’s musical footprint, spanning two decades and several countries, is a testament to the ongoing vibrancy of Inuit music, the group members, and their unique heritage. Brothers Phillip and Stephen Blanchett speak from the heart on issues of identity, culture and music expressed through Pamyua (pronounced bum-yo-ah) with collaborators Ossie Kairaiuak and Karina Moeller. They are preservers of an amazing musical tradition that is still alive but has historically been marked for extinction and continues to face the threat of becoming lost to this day.

 

Here’s an external link to every Musical Mention in this episode:

0:20 Pamyua 2:15 Yupik/Inuit Music 5:07 Karina Moeller 5:20 Inuit 6:15 World Music 7:02 Reggae 7:03 R&B 10:14 Russian Orthodox Church 10:55 Slavic songs 11:11 Yukon Kuskokwim Delta 11:15 Nunapitchuk 13:24 Lady Smith Black Mambazo 15:05 Soul 15:06 Rap 15:07 Hip Hop 16:12 Folk 16:13 Country 16:20 Indigenous 19:45 Wild Tchoupitoulas 19:52 Aaron Neville 22:57 Yupik Mask Dancing 28:48 Cauyaq (drum) 33:01 Side A, Side B 36:40 Yupik Langauge 36:41 Inupik Language

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