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Reservation Blues

Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil in 1931, and was murdered seven years later. He reappears in 1992 on the Spokane Indian Reservation and meets Thomas Builds-the-Fire, who starts Coyote Springs, an all-Indian Catholic rock-and-roll band.

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  • "Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil in 1931, and was murdered seven years later. He reappears in 1992 on the Spokane Indian Reservation and meets Thomas Builds-the-Fire, who starts Coyote Springs, an all-Indian Catholic rock-and-roll band."
  • "Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil in 1931, and was murdered seven years later. He reappears in 1992 on the Spokane Indian Reservation and meets Thomas Builds-the-Fire, who starts Coyote Springs, an all-Indian Catholic rock-and-roll band."@en
  • "A story featuring a songwriter, Robert Johnson, the blues, the Devil, drunken indians, groupies, a start-up rock/blues band, and greedy record executives."
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  • "Literature Online includes the KnowledgeNotes student guides, a unique collection of critical introductions to major literary works. These high-quality, peer-reviewed academic resources are tailored to the needs of literature students and serve as a complement to the guidance provided by lecturers and seminar teachers."@en
  • "The rise to fame of Coyote Springs, an all-Indian rock-and-roll band, tracing its journey from a Spokane reservation all the way to New York. A humorous exploration of serious subjects: the effect of Christianity on Native Americans, cultural assimilation and its impact on relations between Indian men and Indian women. By the author of The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven."@en
  • "The rise to fame of Coyote Springs, an all-Indian rock-and-roll band, tracing its journey from a Spokane reservation all the way to New York. A humorous exploration of serious subjects: the effect of Christianity on Native Americans, cultural assimilation and its impact on relations between Indian men and Indian women. By the author of The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven."
  • "Een Amerikaanse Indiaan begint een all-Indian blues- & rockgroep, maar komt voor moeilijke beslissingen te staan als de groep succes krijgt."
  • "En 1931, Robert Johnson, un bluesman noir américain, signe un pacte avec le diable, aux termes duquel il se voit attribuer une guitare et un talent extraordinaire pour le blues. En 1938, il est assassiné. Et pourtant, il sera vu, cinquante ans plus tard, dans la réserve des Spokanes. Sherman Alexie, né à Wellpinit en 1966, signe son premier roman."
  • "Winner of the American Book Award and the Murray Morgan Prize, Sherman Alexie's brilliant first novel tells a powerful tale of Indians, rock 'n' roll, and redemptionCoyote Springs is the only all-Indian rock band in Washington State-and the entire rest of the world. Thomas Builds-the-Fire takes vocals and bass guitar, Victor Joseph hits lead guitar, and Junior Polatkin rounds off the sound on drums. Backup vocals come from sisters Chess and Checkers Warm Water. The band sings its own brand of the blues, full of poverty, pain, and loss-but also joy and laughter.It all started one day when legen."@en

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  • "Humorous fiction"
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