|1||What Is An Indian|
Written-By – Ralph Keene
|3||The Back And Forth|
|4||The Trail Song|
|6||The Stomp Dance|
|VC 1811||A. Paul Ortega||Two Worlds (LP)||Not On Label||VC 1811||US||1964|
|APO-2||A. Paul Ortega||Two Worlds (LP, Mono)||Canyon Records||APO-2||US||Unknown|
|APO-2-C||A. Paul Ortega||Two Worlds (Cass, Album)||Not On Label (A. Paul Ortega Self-released)||APO-2-C||US||Unknown|
Grey cassette shell.
Paul Ortega, a Mescalero Apache, seems to have always been involved with the Indian arts. He has won a grand prize award for contemporary Indian art and a championship for war dancing. He works often with young people teaching them and helping them to understand Indian music.
In this recording, Ortega gives insight and feeling through his interpretation of Indian songs. The selection "What Is An Indian" was written by Ralph Keene.
- Duplicated By – Canyon Records
- Distributed By – Canyon Records
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