Re: music for the background


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Posted by Tom on September 15, 2002 at 05:13:48:

In reply to: music for the background posted by maxx on September 13, 2002 at 22:16:19:

Recently I've listening to Immortal Egypt by Hossam Ramsy and Phil
Thornton, it's impeccable and the best use of didj in Arabic music!
widely available. Also, I got these discs "Desert Oasis - pure tribal
trance" & "Rann of Kutch - tribal folk music" on Folktribe Records
that are magical! www.ceibarec.com "Moon Shines at Night" Djivan
Gasparian is beautiful, haunting and ambient. He plays Armenian
Duduk, a double reeded instrument, I swore it was an overdub of a
nay, a violin and the human voice when I first heard. Turku's "Nomads
of the Silk Road" is great, I'm soaking in it rightnow!
www.turkumusic.com "Khaliji" by Naser Musa & Souhail Kaspar, they
both live in LA area www.neareastmusic.com "Whirling", Omar Faruk
Tekbilek's first solo. And FINALLY I would have to plug friends:
Solace, Gypsy Caravan, Helm, Hamsa Lila and Domba
(shamelessselfpromotion!) Egad stop me!

 


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