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St. Ladoga ‎- Return To Origins

St. Ladoga ‎- Return To Origins
ID: CDMAN298-07
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Ethno-Electronica
Subcollection: Ethno

1 - Sergey Bolotnikov, guitar
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An Introduction to Amiata's - Secret World vol. II

An Introduction to Amiata's  - Secret World vol. II
ID: ARNR2697
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: World Music
Subcollection: Ethno

A blend of special sounds from around the globe, featuring some of our own favorites Amiata's productions such as Gabin Dabiré (Burkina Faso), Igor Koshkendev & Musicians (Tuva), Kecapi Suling (Indonesia) and the Monks of the Sera Jé Monastery (Tibet).
A fascinating perspective on Earth.
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Eternal Dance - Atman

Eternal Dance - Atman
ID: ARNR2598
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Ethno

From Bombay and Calcutta to London to Chicago, any place that has a large Indian population is likely to be coming up with some interesting East/West hybrids. And such a hybrid can also have an Italian connection; Atman's Eternal Dance, for example, was edited and mastered in Florence, Italy. For Atman, East/West means fusing Indian music with Euro-dance music and electronica. On this CD, synthesizers, keyboard, and samplers are heard alongside traditional, time-honored Indian instruments like the sitar and tabla drums. Another instrument that is employed on Eternal Dance is the shakuhachi, a bamboo flute that doesn't come from either India or Europe; the shakuhachi was brought to Japan by Chinese travelers in the eighth century and went on to become Japan's most famous wind instrument. You would never hear the shakuhachi on a traditional Indian recording, but then, Eternal Dance isn't meant to be a traditional Indian recording. Atman is all about taking liberties with Indian elements, and that not only means being influenced by modern American and European styles, it also means being able to use an instrument that is revered in Japan (where Buddhist monks consider the shakuhachi sacred). While a lot of modern Indian pop favors secular lyrics, Eternal Dance maintains a spiritual, Hindu-minded outlook on haunting tracks like "Dancing With the Goddess," "I Am," and "Govinda." The latter, in fact, takes its name from one of the Hindu deities; in Hinduism, Govinda is believed to be a manifestation of God Almighty. Eternal Dance isn't for Indian purists, but those who hold Indian music, dance music, and electronica in equally high regard will find a lot to admire about this intriguing CD. ˜ Alex Henderson, Rovi All Music Guide
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Music from Tuva - Igor Koshkendey

Music from Tuva - Igor Koshkendey
ID: ARNR1497
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Ethno

format: Digipack with booklet 24 pages

World Music, Tuva, Ethnic

Tuva is a small republic in the Russian Federation, situated geographically in the center of Asia, between Siberia and Mongolia. Among its traditions, biphonic singing, popularly known as Khoomei, holds a premier position. Khoomei is defined as the simultaneous producing of a sound in the lower register with a melody composed of minor harmonics in the upper register.
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Radha - Electronica, World, Trance, Lounge

Radha - Electronica, World, Trance, Lounge
ID: ARCD0601
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: World Music

Radha is a sensual and harmonious meeting between west and east.

In the name of the goddess companion of Krishna, distant musical worlds come together in this musical project by Angelo Ricciardi where electronic programs and synthisizers penetrate the invocations of raga.

The delicate energy of voices and the sounds of sitar and tablas shift smoothly into hypnotic rhythms, forming an elegant etno-trance.
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Black Bombay - Electronica, chill out, Asia, India

Black Bombay - Electronica, chill out, Asia, India
ID: ARCD0402
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Ethno-Electronica

Electronica, chill out, Asia, India

A Trip-Hop/World Music production enriched with great Hindu vocals.

Fresh and modern sounds capture the listener and take him to the streets of today's India among modernity, tradition and the colors and sounds of its urban environment.

The melodies are rich and involving, the rhythms direct and swaying; together they produce a unique and innovative experience: most certainly a new trend, a meeting between world and electronic music.

Highly recommended by Ravin, the Buddha-Bar DJ.


BLACK BOMBAY discography. Part of the early-2000s worldtronica movement, Black Bombay mixes the concepts of trip-hop with Hindi vocals and a bit of Indian percussion here and there. The vocalists used are quite powerful ones, with voices soaring over the instrumental tracks easily. While the worldtronica trend wasn't exactly new at the time of this album's release (taking its first major steps with "Return to Innocence" years ago), the force behind it was growing rapidly. The sounds here are laid-back journeys through the chord changes and song structures of a basic piece of trip-hop, complete with the usual wordless (or foreign) ambient vocals, but there's a more distinct sense of the Indian influence here. It's an interesting sound, going a little beyond the usual dance infusions with a more tranquil setting for the samples to stretch out in. As would be expected, the tabla becomes an important instrument in the mix, lending its stretches and bounces in tone to the diversity of sound needed to keep an album of this sort interesting. The tempo alone excludes the album from fanship from most of those who follow groups such as Tabla Beat Science, but that doesn't invalidate it from being a decent piece of work. Give it a listen as a representative of the future of trip-hop in a more cross-cultural environment.

Adam Greenberg Photographers: Ma Prem Eva; Sanjeev Saith. Personnel: Roby J. Colella (guitar, synthesizer, programming, sampler); Ricky Mazzamauro (piano, electric piano, programming).
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Kontômè (spirits) - Gabin Dabiré

Kontômè (spirits) - Gabin Dabiré
ID: ARNR1996
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Songs

Kontômè (spirits) is an inspiring collection of some of Gabin Dabirés most alluring poetry, which, in accordance with his West African tradition, is integrated within a musical setting.
The engaging songs and charismatic vocals in this recording feature several new gems to delight the heart.

A beautiful song album of a great living African musician. Simple, profound and direct.
The Kontômè are idols that every household keeps in the same room as the altar. These icons represent the ancestral spirits, the guiding light of the family and society as a whole. These idols belong to the religious traditions of the Dagara tribe, an ethnic group native to Burkina Faso.

The Kontômè light our path throughout the course of our lives. We pray to them, we ask their advice and we thank them for what we are and what we have, now and in the future. In return, they help us as our destiny unfolds.

Therefore, through this small musical work, I thank my Kontômè and everyone else who, with infinite patience and determination, cooperated in the realization of this project.

- Gabin Dabiré

THE ARTIST Born in Burkina Faso in West Africa, Gabin Dabiré started his musical activity during his college years when he began playing the drums. In 1975 he arrived in Europe and spent some years experimenting with various types of music, dedicating his studies mainly to string and percussion instruments of Asian and tribal music.
In Milan, he founded the Centre for the Promotion and Cultural Diffusion Of African Arts: Music, Theatre, Dance, Literature and Cinema, and continues to play an important role in the diffusion of African culture.
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Kyzyl - Moscow: Festival of Tuva Music In Moscow 2004

Kyzyl - Moscow: Festival of Tuva Music In Moscow 2004
ID: SKMR019
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Throat Singing
Subcollection: Ethno

Byzaanchi, Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] - Mayol Sedip (tracks: 16 to 25), Kheimer-Ool Khovalyg (tracks: 1 to 11, 25)
Cello - Alexander Yermakov (tracks: 12 to 15), Nikolai Kochergin (tracks: 12 to 15)
Chanzy, Doshpuluur, Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] - Sayan Tumat (tracks: 1 to 11, 25)
Doshpuluur - Georgy Beletsky (tracks: 12 to 15)
Doshpuluur, Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] - Ayan-ool Sam (tracks: 16 to 25)
Drum [Kengerge], Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] - Ayan Shirijik (tracks: 16 to 25)
Igil, Doshpuluur, Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] - Ayan-Ool Sam (tracks: 12 to 15)
Igil, Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] - Artur Damdyn-Ool (tracks: 12 to 15), Ondar Bazy-Dorju (tracks: 16 to 25)
Percussion, Djembe - Evgeny Tkachev (Of Yat-Kha) (tracks: 12 to 15)
Producer, Directed By [Festival Director] - Georgy Beletsky
Zither [Chatagan], Drum [Kengerge], Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] - Alexander Ondar(tracks: 1 to 11, 25)
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Slnchev bryag - Ayda Gayda

Slnchev bryag - Ayda Gayda
ID: SKMR005
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Folk Music
Subcollection: Ethno

Track: 13 - Vladimir Korzhev, guitar

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Dub you - Finest Dubplate Selection

Dub you - Finest Dubplate Selection
ID: SKMR014
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: World Music
Subcollection: Ethno

world music /chill out /dub /Russia
The collection of easy listening electronics and dub, joining together leading musicians of the genre. Ethno ambient and dub vibrations will charge you with positive energy for long time. Airy, sunny and really summertime music.
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