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    Origine du Groupe : Japan

    Style : Alternative , Experimental , Ethno

    Sortie : 1976

    By vdoandsound from http://mutant-sounds.blogspot.com

    Following up on my January post of this monster Japanese fusion drummer's second album The Wheel Of Fortune (under the name Joji Hirota), here's his obscure first outing from five years earlier,
    and it's a total stunner. Wholly unlike its follow-up, Sahasurara starts off with absurdly over the top psych/prog histrionics akin to the Kali Bahlu-related Lite Storm album that Jim upped long
    ago and follows it with a round of becalmed but luscious vibraphone jazz in the mode of Bobby Hutcherson's Montara, which is surely one way of getting my undivided attention. This sorta inspired
    trade off between the ripping and rippling is key to this album's particular wiles. When this does finally launch into shredding fusion territory on the flip side, it does so in a sublime Terje
    Rypdal-like atmospheric ethno mystery mode, and it's a vibe that just keeps escalating, as the distinctly odd "The Law Of Causality' slowly wheels into view like some dungeon dwelling inversion
    of Popol Vuh, with hand percussion and flute trills tracing an occultic route into incipient hysteria. I'll leave the final delicious rug-pull from this headfuck of an album for you to discover
    for yourselves...

    Tracklist :

    1. The Ancient Consciousness Of Evil Spirit

    2. Process Of Cloud

    3. The Law Of Causality I

    4. A Billion Years' Memory

    5. The Law Of Causality II

    6. Sahasurara-Sunrise



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    Origine du Groupe : Senegal

    Style : World Music , African Music

    Sortie : 1964 (2010)

    From http://globalgroovers.blogspot.com

    I've read somewhere on the internet, Laba Sosseh only sang one

    year with the Star Band. Logically this one must be from that year, 1964.

    Vocals by Laba Sosseh, Doudou Sow and Magatte N'Diaye.

    Somehow it feels like it's not that old, can anyone shine a light

    on this matter ? Not that it is all that important,

    it's the sweetness of this music that matters.

    Sorry it has a few minor pops, love this.

     MAR SECK : Vocal

     LABA SOSSEH : Vocal

     DOUDOU SOW : Vocal

     BADOU DIALLO : Timbales

     MALICK ANN : Vocal et Tumba

     AMADOU TALL : Tumba

     MAMANE FALL : Tama

     YAKYA FALL : Guitare

     NANJANE NDIAYE : Guitare

     IDI KASSE : Basse

    Tracklist :

    1   Solla

    2   Mamaya Ssima

    3   Yena Neckla

    4   Yadaque

    5   Gualletana

    6   Vagane

    7   Le lolaye

    8   Sigala



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    Origine du Groupe : Iran , India , North america

    Style : World Music , Ethnic Music

    Sortie : 2011

    By Rho from http://rho-xs.blogspot.com

    Zhubin Kalhor was born in 1980 from Iranian parents, he started his musical journey at the age of 14, when he started learning to play Daf (the framedrum) and Kamanche (the Iranian fidel) with
    the famous Iranian master Ardeshir Kamkar. After having played Persian classical music (radiff) with various masters, he left Iran and settled in Pune, India where he met musicians from all over
    the world. Years of playing with musicians trained in different background, like classic Indian, Jazz and Blues, Turkish, Arabic etc. gave Zhubin the opportunity to experiment and find his unique

    But to him music is not only a matter of style. It’s about transforming spirituality and the mysteries of life into chemistry with the listener. The last 5 years Zhubin has performed solo and
    with various bands in concerts and festivals all over the world, among others with Bahramji, Ahura, Barbad, Pecheurs de Perles, Prem Joshua and the Mystics of Sound and Hawa.

    Rajkumar Bikramjit Singh was born into the Royal family of Rajkumar Roton Singh and Yaimabi Devi in the town of Imphal in Manipur februari 65. In 1974 tragedy struck this self confident 8-year
    old. An accident left him incapacitated for over a year. Bikram was under closely monitored medical treatment for multiple fractures which he endured after falling off a tree. The shadow cast
    over young Bikramjit’s misfortune, prompted his father to gift him with his first flute whiles he convalesced. All that persistent practise paid off: Bikram was just thirteen years old when he
    started accompanying singers and other musicians on tours. He played for (AIR) All India Radio that year with some established radio performers. But his real reckoning came when he moved to Pune
    to pursue higher studies.

    In 1989, Bikram moved to Pune to complete his masters in Archaeology followed by a Ph.D in 1992. However, pretty soon his academic pursuits came to a halt as Bikram dove passionately to pursue
    his musical career. He met fellow 'outcast' Zhubin there and discovered their shared spirituality easily overcame the 15 year generation gap and so together they released Himalay.

    Their music blends ranging from Iran to India, a carpet weaving are the Northeast. Artist's compositions, where the two partners ranging from local to global album, relaxing at the peak of the
    Himalaya Mountains as a break in life. Misty mountains, the villages along the shores of rivers that pour, delicate anklets tinkle in the morning to the sound of the awakening of the image with
    the full album. Zagros'un mountains, the valleys of the passage, from the plains of the Himalayas extending the music's poetry breathe Zhubin and Singh.

    Tracklist :

    01 – Village Road / Köy Yolu – 10:32

    02 – Morning Dew / Sabah Çi?i – 09:49

    03 – Tale Of The Bootman / Çizmeli Adam?n Hikayesi – 10:02

    04 – Bamboo Dance / Bambu Dans? – 09:35

    05 – Lonesome Journey / Yaln?z Yolculuk – 10:07

    06 – This Journey Continues / Bu Yolculuk Devam Eder – 10:17


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