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Akua Tuta

Kashtin , Roddie Romero , Robbbie Robertson , Rejean Bouchard , Richard Perrotte , Laureat Cormier , Michel Corriveau , Claude McKenzie , Florent Vollant Audio CD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)


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  • Audio CD (October 25, 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Entertainment/Tristar Music
  • ASIN: B000008O0U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #275,638 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An album called Akua Tuta ... And another one... September 6, 2005
Format:Audio CD
Did you know Kashtin produced 4, not 3, full-length CD albums? Did you know they named TWO DIFFERENT albums the same title: Akua Tuta? There's the rare one of 1994 which every one knows; and then there's the rarest, almost impossible to find, hardly-known one of '92.

Why on earth did Kashtin produce 2 different albums with the same title? I can't say, but perhaps when they realized their progress after e.g. creating the hit song Akua Tuta, they may have decided to re-do some of the Innu (1991) album's songs and add their new ones to these, and make up this "supermix" of 1992, Akua Tuta the first? Then, the Akua Tuta song changed under the influence of Robbie Robertson, and the many people who discovered Kashtin through compilations such as Robertson's or Odissey would expect to find the known version of the song Akua Tuta on a Kashtin album, so kashtin named their next album with the known version after this title, too? Anyway... Here are the two tracklists:

I/ AKUA TUTA, the 1994 ALBUM:

1. Akua Tuta (take care)
2. Uassett (all the children)
3. Ashtam Nashu (come follow me)
4.Nuitsheiuan (My friend)
5. Miam Uapukun (like a flower)
6. Ne Puamun (my dreams)
7. Tapue Shtutune (you really make me...)
8. Apu Shapentaman (without interest)
9. Uauitemu (tell me)
10. Tshekunu Mak (why)
11. Utei Teu Etaian (here with me)
12. Iame (good bye)

II/ AKUA TUTA, the 1992 ALBUM:

1. Akua Tuta " version accoustique " : A (slightly) different version from the known one, for example without Robbie Robertson's guitar on it.

2. Ne pua mun ( my dream): This one is actually the same as on the other AT album; funnily though, the summed-up translation given for each differs

3. nekashtuamani!
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5.0 out of 5 stars An album called Akua Tuta ... And another one... September 7, 2005
Format:Audio CD
Did you know Kashtin (Florent Vollant + Claude McKenzie) produced 4, not 3, full-length CD albums? Did you know they named TWO DIFFERENT albums the same title: Akua Tuta? There's the rare one of 1994 which every one knows; and then there's the rarest, almost impossible to find, hardly-known one of '92.

Why on earth did Kashtin produce 2 different albums with the same title? I can't say, but perhaps when they realized their progress after e.g. creating the hit song Akua Tuta, they may have decided to re-do some of the Innu (1991) album's songs and add their new ones to these, and make up this "supermix" of 1992, Akua Tuta the first? Then, the Akua Tuta song changed under the influence of Robbie Robertson, and the many people who discovered Kashtin through compilations such as Robertson's or Odissey would expect to find the known version of the song Akua Tuta on a Kashtin album, so kashtin named their next album with the known version after this title, too? Anyway... Here are the two tracklists:

I/ AKUA TUTA, the 1994 ALBUM:

1. Akua Tuta take care)
2. Uassett all the children)
3. Ashtam Nashu come follow me)
4.Nuitsheiuan My friend)
5. Miam Uapukun like a flower)
6. Ne Puamun my dreams)
7. Tapue Shtutune (you really make me...)
8. Apu Shapentaman without interest)
9. Uauitemu tell me)
10. Tshekunu Mak (why)
11. Utei Teu Etaian (here with me)
12. Iame good bye)

II/ AKUA TUTA, the 1992 ALBUM:

1. Akua Tuta " version accoustique " : A (slightly) different version from the known one, for example without Robbie Robertson's guitar on it.

2.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Pleasant folk-rock album in Innu language May 9, 2004
Format:Audio CD
Kashtin is two singers of Quebec Innu descent who sing in the Innu language. The title track here was included on Robbie Robertson's excellent "Music for 'The Native Americans'" album. It's a fantastic track, even though this re-mixed version removes Robertson's guitar solo. The rest of the album is pleasant folk-rock, though none of the other songs is remotely as memorable as "Akua Tuta". My favorites are "Tshekunu Mak", "Ne Puamun", and "Ashtam Nashu". Manu Katche, who has played a lot with Peter Gabriel, is the drummer on several tracks, and Robertson contributes a backing vocal.
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