Sonic Cool : The Life and Death of Rock'N'Roll
by Joe Harrington
Hal Leonard; 1st edition November 11, 2002
This would turn lead to "swingin' Cowboy," McGinness-Flint, and Indian Rock, a short lived trend that exploited the hippies' commingling with Native Americans in the late '60s. This took the form of Cher ("I Ialfhreed"), the Cowsills ("Indian Lake"), Don Fardon ("The Lament of the Cherokee Reservation"), the Raiders ("Indian Reservation"), Keef Hartley (Halfbreed, different from Cher's), and the 1910 Fruitgum Company ("Indian Giver").