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A short summary from Wiki: (More WIKI info here: WIKI – KASHTIN)
Kashtin were a Canadian folk rock duo in the 1980s and 1990s, one of the most commercially successful and famous musical groups in First Nations history. The band was formed in 1984 by Claude McKenzie and Florent Vollant, two Innu from the Maliotenam reserve in northern Quebec. The name Kashtin means “tornado” in the Innu-aimun language, but was also chosen as a pun on the English language phrase “cashed in”, in response to friends who alleged that the band was selling out.

Not an mp3 fanatic yet but might become one as MP3 album prices continue to feature sales – MP3s on sale at Amazon

Search for Kashtin records, cassettes and CDs on EBay:
Vinyl – none found June 2011
Kashtin Memorabilia on EBay – none found June 2011

What Kashtin music I have in my cassette collection.


1 Overture
1 Overture Nikanish
1 Nekashtuamani
1 Nte Tshtshuat
1 Apu Tshekuan Nikan’Kuian
1 Harricana
2 Son Of The Sun
2 Tshinuau
2 Apu Min’tan
2 Uishama
2 Ishkuess


1 E Uassiuian (Mon Enfance)
1 Kashtin (Tornade)
1 E Peikussian (Solitude)
1 Pakuakumit (Pointe-Blue)
1 Shashish (Il Y A Longtemps)
1 Apu Tshekuan (Sans Importance)
2 Chinanu (Nous Autres)
2 Tipatshimun (Le Chanson Du Diable)
2 Uitshi (Aide-Moi)
2 Ashtam Nituapam (Viens Me Trouver)
2 Shteteian (Depart)
2 Nitanish (N’Teish) (Ma Fille)

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