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2017. január 24., kedd

24-01-2017 11:46 # 47 selected ETHNiC FUSiON tracks # WmW 3h 34m

24-01-2017 11:46 # 47 selected ETHNiC FUSiON tracks # WmW 3h 34m  >>La Chiva Gantiva, Acetre, Äl Jawala, Omid, Sezen Aksu, Cambodian Space Project, Franca Masu, Stelios Petrakis, Efrén López, Bijan Chemirani, Nenad Vasilic, Nataša Mirković, Melingo, Iarla O'Lionaird, Sambasunda Quintet, Abdelli, Bonga<<




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La Chiva Gantiva was born in Brussels, in 2005. Mainly composed by Colombian artists, its music is basically inspired by afro-Colombian music, and enriched by all kinds of modern sounds, like rock and funk. The band has reached it’s own style and popularity by making numerous concerts all around Belgium,and is now presenting in Europe its latest EP: Apretao. Originality is perharps the best quality of the band, which is constantly surprising its public while performing live.
La Chiva Gantiva
Por Eso Canto 4:31
Cosméticos 4:07
Pelao 2:57
Apretao 3:54
from Pelao 2011



Using tunes, patterns and rhythms of the traditional music from Extremadura for the creation of original and well woven compositions, Acetre´s music suggests amazing landscapes and smells like sun, earth, grass and leaves … like life. Alongside instrumental parts you find songs sung in Castilian Spanish, Portuguese and related dialects. With Oriental and African percussion, the Arabic Ud,and Acetre´s characteristic choir arrangements the sounds featured on "Dehesario",their seventh album, go far beyond those of a typical folk band, and represent another significant step in the oeuvre of the band: over the last years they have developed from a regional group for traditional music to the status of one of the most significant bands of new Spanish folk music.
Acetre
As Pontes 4:42
Alborada de Ahigal 5:56
Vendimia 3:57
Parentella 2:58
from Arquitecturas Rayanas 2011



Äl Jawala , Arabic for "the traveler", "The Wanderer", "Mobile People" is a quintet from Freiburg, whose music style moves between Balkan-soul and Dance-beat. Äl Jawala formed in summer 2000 as a quartet. They started their career on the streets and soon they released their first, hand copied 4-track EP Worldbeat. After streetmusic tours all over Europe, Äl Jawala released their debut album Urbannâtya in 2002. What still was stylistically hard to determine in the early stages, solidified itself during this period and created a new sound.
Äl Jawala
One Eleven 4:58
Blast Your Ghetto 3:19
Air Du Jawala 4:22
The Ride 3:48
from The Ride 2011




Ich bin 1972 in Isfahan im Iran geboren. Trotz der politisch schwierigen Lage - damals wie heute - hatte ich dort eine relativ schöne Kindheit erlebt, bis das Schicksal mich im Jahre 1984 im Alter von 12 Jahren von meiner Familie getrennt hat. Zusammen mit meinem damals 22 Jahre alten Bruder bin ich über Nacht aus dem Iran ausgereist. Nach 3 Jahren reisen und verschiedenen Aufenthaltsorten in Europa hatte ich dann 1987 einen überaus gelungenen Start in Hannover. Ich landete direkt in einer Musiker-Wohngemeinschaft, was ich für einen glücklichen Zufall halte.
Omid
Dar Peye To 4:31
Between Worlds 4:40
Man O To 3:22
Homeless 3:56
from Orientation 2011


Sezen Aksu (b. 1954) is a pop music singer and songwriter, popular both with a mass audience in Turkey, and with world music fans internationally. Born Fatma Sezen Yıldırım on the 13 July 1954 in Sarayköy/Denizli, Turkey, she began to study at the local agricultural institute, but gave up her studies to concentrate on music full time. She released her first single, "Haydi Şansım/Gel Bana" (Come on My Luck/Come to Me) in 1975.
Sezen Aksu
Unuttun Mu Beni? 4:10
Ballı 3:40
Ayar 3:48
from Öptüm 2011



Srey Thy, The Cambodian Space Project's lead singer was born into war and poverty. Thy spent the first 10 years of her life moving about the frontlines of conflict (post Pol Pot) with her father, a tank driver, and has never had the opportunity to go to school. She has an enormous repertoire of songs, mostly memorized and improvises many of her vocals.
Today, Thy is at the forefront of a revival of Khmer rock'n'roll, she writes original and witty lyrics in the style of the Chapei masters such as Kong Nay (also her teacher and recruited to record for Peter Gabriel's Real World label in the 1990's)
Cambodian Space Project
Snaeha Doc Toek Kmom [Love Like Honey] (Voy Ho / Pan Ron) 2:59
Ban Juarp Pros Snae [I've Met My Love] (Pan Ron) 2:52
Chnam Oun Dop Pram Mouy [I'm Sixteen] (Has Halan / Voy Ho / Ros Sereysothea) 3:14
Kolos Srey Chaom [Love God] (Shocking Blue / Ros Sereysothea) 3:19
from 2011: a Space Odyssey 2011
The Cambodian Space Project is neither entirely Cambodian (its members also hail from Australia and France) nor is its sound particularly spacy (on the contrary, it's a sort of charmingly trashy retro-rock that borders at times on straight-up garage punk). But the group's sound is dominated, very much for the better, by the vocals of Srey Thy, and since her melodies are frequently embellished in a melismatic Southeast Asian fashion and her lyrics are all sung in Cambodian, this debut album ends up sounding like a sonic explosion of cultures and time periods...



Born into an artistic family in Alghero, Sardinia, an island off the Mediterranean coast of Italy, Franca Masu knew from an early age that she was meant to sing. In the mid-'90s she met a group of fellow Sardi jazz musicians, with whom she performed, practicing her chops and getting exposure. Masu also took a strong interest in the traditional music of Alghero, a place where a dialect of Catalan is spoken and is influenced by not only Spain but also Portugal and Italy, and in 1998 she recorded her first record, "Més a Prop," with help from arranger/musician Mark Harris
Franca Masu
Cor Meu (C. Fadda, R. Catardi) 7:03
Passa Jesucrist (P. Piras) 6:31
Amargantango (F. Masu, S. Maltana) 3:41
No Res (A. Arca, M. Peghin) 6:02
from 10 Anys 2011




Στέλιος Πετράκης was born in 1975 and raised in Sitia, Crete... In 1999 and 2000 he attended seminars of saz in the Labyrinth Musical Workshop with the master musician Talip Ozkan. In the Labyrinth Musical Workshop, which has been rehoused to Houdetsi, Herakleion, he attended, during the summer of 2003, a series of seminars from master musicians with broad knowledge on the instruments and the musical traditions of the East. Stelios Petrakis has collaborated with many important musicians...
Stelios Petrakis, Efrén López, Bijan Chemirani
Mavra Froudia [Celles Negres] (Efrén López) 5:24
Üç Telli (Stelios Petrakis) 8:50
El Núvol D'oort (Bijan Chemirani / Efrén López) 8:24
from Mavra Froudia / Black Eyebrows 2011
It was the city of Valencia (Spain) that saw Efrén José Miguel López Sanz come into this world on the 9th July, 1972 at the tender age of nought... The warmth of the acoustic instruments he had been acquiring (sitar, mandolin, bouzouki, swarmandal, 6 and 12 string acoustic guitars…) began to displace Efrén’s previous passion for the electric guitar, and a couple of years later, praying to Saint Jimmy Page for forgiveness, he sold off his last two electric instruments.
Bijan Chemirani is a Persian musician. Bijan Chemirani began studying zarb early on with his father Djamchid and his brother Keyvan. He also plays the daf, riqq, and cajon. He has worked with many musicians including Ross Daly and Στέλιος Πετράκης. He is also part of the Chemirani Trio along with his father and brother.



Nenad Vasilic - Musical brilliance and lived inspiration: there is no other quite like him-a double bass player, a composer, an arranger and a complete rhythm section refined and rolled into one person: Nenad Vasilić has long been at the forefront of European jazz and is highly acclaimed throughout the continent. Born in Nis, Serbia, he grew up surrounded by a rich tradition of Balkan folklore. Traditional music, Roma music and a love of jazz were strong influences in his younger years, when he was playing mainly piano and bass guitar. From sixteen onwards, he played throughout the local jazz scene and was considered one of the most talented double bass players. After jazz studies in Graz, he moved to Vienna and has since been one of the most sought-after contrabassists.
Nenad Vasilic, Nataša Mirković
Na Zadnjem Sjedistu Moga Auta (Goran Bregovic) 2:36
Pristao Sam Bicu Sve Sto Hoce (Goran Bregovic / Dusko Trifunovic) 3:04
from Soulmotion 2012
Nataša Mirković - A native of Bosnia-Herzegovina, the actress and singer studied musicology, song and piano in Sarajevo and later on in Graz and Vienna. Living in Vienna since 1994 she became well known as magic voice of the "Sandy Lopicic Orkestar". Beyond that, Natasa convinced on stage in the brilliant role of Kassandra in her solo-project Kassandra - Laments Of the Balkans...



Born in Argentina in 1957, Daniel Melingo studied clarinet and musicology on Buenos Aires Music academy. In 1978, fleeing away from military dictatorship, he moved to Brasil, where he played with Agua de Milton Nascimento . Four years later he moved back to Argentina and joined protest-rock bands Los Twist and Los Abuelos de la Nada...
Melingo
El Día Que Te Fuiste (Daniel Melingo) 3:31
Soneto A Un Malevo Que No Leyó A Borges (Luis Alposta, Daniel Melingo) 3:33
Negrito  (Daniel Melingo) 5:23
from Corazón y Hueso 2011



With his ultra-rich vocals and large repertoire of traditional Irish songs, Iarla Ó Lionáird (pronounced ear-lah o'linnard) has taken the world of Celtic folk music by storm. One of Ireland's leading singers of the traditional old-timey style, Ó Lionáird has continued to build on his traditional roots
Iarla O'Lionaird
The Heart of the World [Croí Na Cruinne] 4:47
Fainne Geal an Lae [The Bright Ring of Day] Traditional 4:47
Hand in Hand [Lámh Le Lámh] 4:04
from Foxlight 2011
Five years after the award-winning Invisible Fields, Iarla Ó Lionáird, one of the greatest living practitioners of the sean-nós ("old-style") tradition of Celtic singing, returns with Foxlight. In the interim, he was prominently featured as a co-collaborator with composer Donnacha Dennehy on the classical work Grá Agus Bás, which was written for him. Foxlight was produced by guitarist Leo Abrahams, who, if anything, deserves co-billing here. He assembled the players, assisted in arrangements, and presents Ó Lionáird as a singular artist...


In a fast-changing Indonesia a new generation of musicians are taking on the task of redefining their rich musical heritage for the new millennium. 17-piece(!) ensemble SambaSunda bring together a dazzling array of instruments and influences to create a new style Gamelan orchestra and the most exciting musical voice out of the archipelago today. Led by composer and multi-instrumentalist Ismet Ruchimat, who started his career in 1989...
Sambasunda Quintet
Bulan Sapasi (Gugum Gumbira) 7:36
Kembang Tanjung (Traditional) 7:19
Teman Endah (Ismet Ruchimat) 5:35
from Java 2012
This is something a little different from SambaSunda. It's a commissioned work that sees them stripped down to a five-piece -- four instruments and voice, with the ethereal, seductive singing of newcomer Neng Dini Andriati. As always, the music is focused on the zither-like kacapi, and many of the compositions are based on traditional Sundanese form, but this is music from Java with a difference, playful as well as lulling...



The musical traditions of Algeria are fused with modern musical influences by Abdelli. Although descended from the Kabyls, a part of the berber tribe that inhabited Northern Africa as early as 7000 BC, Abdelli has carved his own, improvised, sound with a combination of traditional instruments, including mandola, bender and darbukka, and other instruments from around the globe... He built his first guitar with his own hands. After he could play this instrument, he was introduced to the mandolin by chaabi master Chaïd Moh-Esguir.
Abdelli
Awal [The Word] (Abderrahmane Abdelli) 4:41
I'Targuit [In A Dream] (Abderrahmane Abdelli) 4:36
Ayouliw [My Heart] (Abderrahmane Abdelli) 4:55
from Destiny 2011
...The theme of this cd is life in exile. Leaving one’s country, parents and friends behind is very painful, but the pain and the sorrow can also lead to creativity. Abdelli has invited many friends, most of them in exile themselves for many years, making the cd Destiny to a very special project.
Abdelli is known for his own, very original sound, which is a mix of modern influences and his Berber (Kabyl) traditions. The culture of the Kabyles (a berber ethnic group) is open and tolerant. This openness can be found in Abdelli’s approach, as he likes to work with musicians from all over the world. They hail from Belgium, Pakistan, Armenia, Brasil, Morocco and Mexico. The result is a harmonious, where each instrument has its place. The sound remains transparent, but has unexpected colours and surprising atmospheres...



Kuenda Bonga (born: Barcelo de Carvallo) is one of Angola's most important post-independence vocalists. A blend of Angolan, Portuguese and Brazilian influences, Bonga's music has been described as "Latin sentimentality with a touch of Gypsy and Flamenco". Originally a professional soccer player, Bonga attracted attention with his husky voice and pro-independence songs in the early '70s. Forced into exile, Bonga divided his time between Paris and Lisbon. While in Europe, he was exposed to musicians from other Portuguese speaking countries, including Brazil, and became enchanted by the sounds of the samba...
Bonga
Lelu (Bonga) 4:19
Carripana (Bonga) 4:22
Kambuá (Bonga) 3:53
from Hora Kota 2011



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