unioNation
from "Cultural Interaction in New Mexico as Illustrated in the la Danza de Matachines." by Brenda M. Romero, pg. 205-238
In The Music of Multicultural America
By Kip Lornell and Anne K. Rasmussen



No streaming derivative is available.
A. Michael Martinez wrote the song to honor their IAM Labor music project and band. Raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Martinez’s background includes ancestors from Laguna Pueblo, Ireland, and Spain. Among his various musical projects, he provided original songs – including the title cut – and lead guitar and/or vocal accompaniment to the CD unioNation™ Machinists Music Project. The unioNation™ project (www.unionation.com), directed by Henry Bagwell, features musical union members and underscores the importance of unions for Native Americans, Hispanos, and Caucasian workers, the vast majority of whom hold blue collar jobs.
July, 2013, KMH Studio in Lusby, Maryland.
unioNation™ Machinists Music Project. A. Michael Martinez, composer, lead guitar, vocals. Camron Lewis, George Tindall, and Martin Eddy, instruments
The recording session of the “unioNation” CD at KMH Studio in Lusby Maryland. "unioNation" composer A. Michael Martinez is on the lower left tuning the guitar.