From the recording THIRTY SEVEN

Written by Alan, the song tells the story of a man that would rather be a native American Indian and living in freedom. Mika plays a genuine indian flute on this song. Mika play the native Indian flute beautifully, Alan's son Andy plays the trash drums that starts the song. Other instruments not used that often by the band is banjo and dobro played by Alan. The name Ya-ko-ta-kaii is made up but actually means something naughty in that language we later found out.
Drums: Floyd McCollum
Percussion: Tom Lloyd
Drum pad: Andy Binau
Bass: Mika Thompson
Dobro, banjo: Alan Binau
Electric guitars: Alan Binau, David Cassesse
Keyboards and synths: Alan Binau
Indian flute solo: Mika Thompson
Guitar solo: Alan Binau
Lead vocal: Alan Binau
Backing vocals: Alan Binau