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This Is Indian Land

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Editorial Reviews

'Cody Canada and The Departed - new band, new songs, new sounds...same kick ass red dirt spirit. Loving the record.' -Dierks Bentley.

In the wake of Cross Canadian Ragweed s decision to part ways, Cody Canada has resurfaced with an armament of musicians and a mission in mind. With his long time Ragweed band mate, Jeremy Plato (bass), the two made a seamless transition into the world of The Departed, as in Cody Canada & The Departed.

Although The Departed is writing and will record original material, the band s first priority was getting into the studio and cutting the Oklahoma tribute album that Cody had been wanting to do for years. The result is This Is Indian Land.

Cody Canada & The Departed is already making waves on the road. With the recording of the album behind them and a brand new year in front, the band has hit the road like
only professionals know how to do.


1. Face of Mars
2. Ballad of Rosalie
3. True Love Never Dies
4. Home Sweet Oklahoma
5. Make Yourself Home
6. Long Way to Nowhere
7. Starin' Down the Sun
8. Any Other Way
9. Kickin' Back in Amsterdam
10. Water Your Own Yard
11. Years in the Making
12. If You're Ever in Oklahoma
13. A Little Rain Will Do
14. Skyline Radio
15. Hold on Christian

Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 21, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Apex Music
  • ASIN: B004X6J2G0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,954 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Cherokee on December 28, 2011
Format: MP3 Music
A long-time fan of Ragweed and various Red Dirt bands, I was excited to get this Oklahoma tribute album. And I was absolutely delighted with the music. My favorite song on the album is Water Your Own Yard, with help from Stoney La Rue. Though Hold On Christian also gets in your head, and you can't help but sing both of them the rest of the day. I play my cd in the kitchen, hit auto-replay and let it run for hours. This is one of my favorite albums to have on while I'm going about my day. I appreciate the talent and thought that went into this album. But at the end of the day, I just dig the music, wherever it comes from, it speaks to me and I love singing along. It makes me feel good. And isn't that what it's really all about?
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Red Dirt Girl on December 28, 2011
Format: MP3 Music
I'm writing this review in response to Smokin Gary's review of the CD. I agree that this CD is not what you would expect if you have listened to CCRw before, but in The Departed's defense it was not meant to sound anything like that. Cody Canada has always wanted to make a tribute to the great artists who helped shape him in his teenage years of playing music. This CD is a thank you to them and is meant to introduce lovers of CCRw to Canada's mentors. Most fans my age (21) probably have never heard these songs before, maybe have never heard of the artists who wrote them.

If you read the liner notes or visit their website and watch a few videos of Cody talking about the album, you'll understand that he intentionally made this album as a break from the usual rockabilly CCRw always produced. instead you will find true Red Dirt music on this CD, made better, in my opinion, by Cody, Jeremy, Seth, and Steve (I feel free to call them by their first names because I have had the opportunity to talk with them on multiple occasions because they are so down to earth and comfortable with their fans).

It is different from CCRw's albums, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy it if you were a Ragweed fan. I love it; "Rosalie" is my favorite. They are coming out with another album soon that may be more to your and others liking, Smokin Gary, but I think they hit it right on the nose of what they were aiming for when they made this album, a tribute to the greats of the Red Dirt movement of Oklahoma.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Schupp Dogg on June 23, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I am a recent Cross Canadian fan. By the time I listened and was really getting into the music, I found out the band retired. Then I was excited to hear their was new music coming out from Cody under the Band name Departed! Went to see them at Horseshoe Casino last winter and couldn't wait until the album came out!! I am not disapointed!!
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I've been listening to Cody for a long, long time. I was very sad to hear that Cross Canadian Ragweed was no more - but that he had regrouped and was coming out with new music made me very happy. I hadn't heard a number of the songs on this album before - so a lot of it was new to me. Love every song on it - especially the Ballad of Rosalie - any song that tells a story is a favorite for me. I also really liked A Little Rain Will Do and Stand Up - although for some reason the music / volume / song on Stand Up is softer / more quiet than the rest of the CD - so I always have to turn that song up.
I'm not a huge fan of the phone calls that are on the album - to me that is just wasted space and I don't have those tracks on my list when I play it.
I just wish that Cody and the Departed got the air time on the local stations that they deserve - they do an amazing job and each song they sing and even the music that they cover is new and amazing to me - I can't think of any songs that they've done that I don't care for or that I find myself skipping and not wanting to listen to.
Cody if you read comments on here at all - do some shows in Wisconsin! :)
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10 of 15 people found the following review helpful By gonzabard on June 22, 2011
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Skipping the usual history lesson of Cody Canada and Cross Canadian Ragweed, let's jump right into this record. Yes it is a record. You can order it on vinyl. If you went to a music festival in 1975 and heard The Doors, J.J. Cale, The Eagles, and Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show, you would have music swimming in your head like this. This tribute to Oklahoma music reaches far beyond Oklahoma, Texas and Tennessee and this eclectic collection of music can take you off that L.A. freeway or New York subway and remind you of what life is all about.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By James M. Campbell on August 19, 2011
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Love this album. With all the Oklahoma kings of music supplying the material, how could it be bad? Add that to the HUGE stockpile of talent in this new group and it's no wonder they are already pulling big audiences in. Many of the songs I heard for the first time and felt like I'd heard them before. ALWAYS a clue that you're getting something special in your ears.

I can't wait to hear their own material.

If you are looking for this album to pick up where "Ragweed" left off you may be immediately disappointed, but give it a couple listens and you'll certainly be a fan.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chris Ray on July 15, 2011
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I was disappointed when I found out Cross Canadian Ragweed was taking a break, but when I heard Cody and Jeremy had started a new band, I was excited. This album is much different from a Cross Canadian Ragweed album, but it's still a great album.
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