Episode 4: Myths and Tricksters – Culturally F’d

by Fesothepublished on 23/04/2015

Who would win in a fight? Brer Rabbit or Coyote? YOU DECIDE. This week we talk about myths, legends and oral stories.

Especially the ones about Coyote and Brer.

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Credits:

Music used with permission by Khord Kitty:

https://cometo.bandcamp.com/track/fun-time-for-fun-time

https://cometo.bandcamp.com/track/can-i-have-some-music

https://cometo.bandcamp.com/track/battle-of-tora-interlude

Theme music by Khord Kitty https://www.furaffinity.net/user/khordkitty

Culturally F’d is produced by Arrkay, Directed by Underbite

Copyright 2015 Culturally F’d

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