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I'm a fan of Rasputina, and was doubly delighted to view this video to their music about a white girl captured by the Sioux. So well done!
Ms. Creagar's and associates work is always artistic and carefully,often playfully conceived,but I have to say that the southern accent she contrived to use was rather overdrawn like a high school drama club girl from up north doing Blanche Dubois in Streetcar Named Desire!Otherwise it was very enjoyable.When doing southern accents a little goes a long ways.
I wasn't talking about the thickness of the accent but rather that it just didn't
"ring" quite true.I and most of my folks are southern and i've experienced quite a variety of accents down there.Heck,I dated a girl from Georgia who had an accent so big and thick that she had to tote it around in a wheelbarrow!Wes Studi is a fine musician in his own right and has a great sense of humor.I can well imagine that he got quite a chuckle out of this video.
Come on Anthony haven’t heard about the Shenandoah “valley” girls? Oh my Gaaawd!
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