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Floyd "Red Crow" Westerman

Custer Died For Your Sins
(Re-recorded Version)



  • Custer Died For Your Sins
    • 1982 - Red Crow Productions Cassette
  • Custer Died For Your Sins/The Land Is Your Mother
    • 1991 - Trikont US 0170-2 CD (Germany)
  • Going Back: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
  • Side One
    1. Custer Died For Your Sins (Curtiss/Philips/Abrahams)
    2. Missionaries (Curtiss)
    3. World Without Tomorrow (Curtiss)
    4. Goin' Back (Curtiss/ Philips)
    5. 35 More Miles (Curtiss/ Philips/Westerman)
    6. Red, White And Black (Curtiss/ Philips)
  • Side Two
    1. Where Were You Then (Curtiss)
    2. Here Come The Anthros (Curtiss/Westerman)
    3. They Didn't Listen (Curtiss/Westerman)
    4. Task Force (Curtiss)
    5. B.I.A.

  • Musicians
    • Floyd Westerman: Vocals, Guitar
    • Charles Souza: Bass
    • Dewayne Quirco: Drums
    • James Quill Smith: Guitar
    • Christian Mostert: Keyboards
    • Peter Hunt: Steel Guitar
    • B.I.A. (49 song): Jay Mason, Will Knapp, Tawna La Rose Sanchez, Sandy Blanco
  • Credits
    • Producer: Floyd Westerman
    • Photography: Linda Dietrich
    • Words and music based on book of same title by Vine Deloria, Jr.

Sleeve Notes

RED CROW — KANGHI-DUTA

Red Crow was my grandfather. There were several warriors named "Red Crow" among my people, the Sisseton-Wahpeton Dakota (Sioux) Nation.

Like all Tribal family groups, we are all related and we all, each, have several "grandfathers." Among those who were my grandfathers were: "Sleepy-eye," "Good Thunder," "Red Day," "Red Wing," and "Little Crow." My brother named his son Red Crow Kanghi-Duta. It is in his honor that Red Crow Productions Inc. was so created.

HE-CE-TU-ADO MI-TAKU OYASIN
Floyd Westerman
MANY THANKS TO FULL CIRCLE