The Last Songs of a Dying Tribe

by Jack Hertz



It is sad there are less than 150 Million people from indigenous tribes, left on Earth. Considered to be uncivilized. They are the people who led humanity out of the forest. Into the governments, religions and corporations. That now threaten our true ancestors’ existence. This album is dedicated to the last tribes, past and present (listed below), who's cultures have been lost to the ignorance of progress.

Aboriginal - Australia
Andamanese - India
Asaro - Indonesia
Assyrian - Iraq
Banna - Ethiopia
Batak - Philippines
Cherokee - North America
Chukchi - Russia
Dani - Indonesia
Dassanech - Ethiopia
Drokpa - India
Dukha - Mongolia
El Molo - Kenya
Gauchos - Argentina
Goroka - Papua New Guinea
Himba - Namibia
Huli Wigmen - Papua New Guinea
Inuit - Canada
Kalash - Pakistan
Karo - Ethiopia
Kayapo - Brazil
Ladakhi - India
Maori - New Zealand
Maasai - Tanzania
Mursi - Ethiopia
Navajo - North America
Nenets - Russia
Piraha - Brazil
Quechua - Peru
Samburu - Kenya
San - Botswana
Shuar - Ecuador
Rabari - India
Tsaatan - Mongolia
Vanuatu - Vanuatu Islands
All other known, and unknown tribes.


released February 26, 2018

Jack Hertz - Programming, composition and production.

Cover: "Dead Men Of History, Undiscovered" USA, 1998 by Treiops Treyfid

Back: "Eight Deer Jaguar Claw” Oaxaca, 11th Century by Unknown artist.

Jack Hertz is fascinated by all aspects of creating sound. From the earliest instruments to the present day hardware and software innovations. More at

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