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Пятхъдесят Шест 09.12.2006 03:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hip Priest
There's an awesome Brasillian samba band called Olodum, but I can't find a link to any audio/mp3's.

I saw then live and it was basically a wall of noise - 15 members, 12 of whom were drummers.


This sounds so familiar. Or perhaps just interesting. I suspect a little bit of both.

Hip Priest 09.12.2006 03:58 PM

They're kind of famous, I think. A Brasillian lady I work with tells me they're well-known in their homeland for their political/community awareness work, too.

I'll try to remember to put them on the next mixtape.

Hip Priest 09.12.2006 03:58 PM

Olodum homepage.

Пятхъдесят Шест 09.12.2006 04:05 PM

Very prolific too!

Hip Priest 09.12.2006 04:09 PM

I know. Their discography is huge. I have a compilation cd that isn't listed there, too.

Glice 09.12.2006 04:15 PM

There is enough interest in this thread for me to make an entirely 'world' tape next time. This is goodness.

Пятхъдесят Шест 09.12.2006 04:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Glice
There is enough interest in this thread for me to make an entirely 'world' tape next time. This is goodness.


I've been thinking of doing this too.

That track on your Mix Tape, the Tibetan boy and father. Incredible. I've been looking for an mp3 of this.

Glice 09.12.2006 04:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Пятхъдесят Шест
I've been thinking of doing this too.

That track on your Mix Tape, the Tibetan boy and father. Incredible. I've been looking for an mp3 of this.


It's on sublime frequencies, 'Music of Lhasa'. It goes downhill after that track, but it's still very good.

porkmarras 09.12.2006 04:33 PM

Plenty of joy to be found on this site(download section):
http://www.weirdomusic.com/downloads.htm

o o o 09.12.2006 04:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cantankerous
i had this turkish pop song somewhere and it was really good, i will look fo rit.


well, here is a lovely turkish pop song that I love:

Mogollar - Eastern Love
http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=95F57298496E4A20


and other songs by the band Mogollar (which porkmarras also knows, but maybe we have been listening to songs from a different period):

Mogollar - Hard Work
http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=15C518D70528E2FF

Mogollar - Lazy John
http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=A4B5350875D8703F

Mogollar - Toroslar
http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=AE6E62597F5E8BCE

Mogollar - Kaleden kaleye sahin u˙˙urdum
http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=BF47EB3041910642

Mogollar - Madimak
http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=170C75DB141FE5B5

Mogollar - Lorke
http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=D6FC320755C97993

Glice 09.12.2006 05:00 PM

Haha. Porkie was on about Mogollar a while ago in a thread about Plastic people of the Universe. Excellent band.

o o o 09.12.2006 05:03 PM

i've always wanted to check the Ethiopiques series, thanks for the 3 songs.

if by any chance somebody has some interesting music from Algeria, i would be very interested...

porkmarras 09.12.2006 05:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by o o o
well, here is a lovely turkish pop song that I love:

Mogollar - Eastern Love
http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=95F57298496E4A20


and other songs by the band Mogollar (which porkmarras also knows, but maybe we have been listening to songs from a different period):

Mogollar - Hard Work
http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=15C518D70528E2FF

Mogollar - Lazy John
http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=A4B5350875D8703F

Mogollar - Toroslar
http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=AE6E62597F5E8BCE

Mogollar - Kaleden kaleye sahin u˙˙urdum
http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=BF47EB3041910642

Mogollar - Madimak
http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=170C75DB141FE5B5

Mogollar - Lorke
http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=D6FC320755C97993

Each and single one of them is excellent.

Пятхъдесят Шест 09.12.2006 09:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by o o o
i've always wanted to check the Ethiopiques series, thanks for the 3 songs.

if by any chance somebody has some interesting music from Algeria, i would be very interested...


You're very welcome for those three tracks. Go to your local record store and buy any Ethiopiques volume! Money very well spent, and quite a variety and range of music from one of Africa's most interesting cultures.

Also I've got some Algeria related stuff to upload tomorrow. There is a wealth of Algerian music to seek out.

On a related note, Algerian hip hop anyone? I've read about Algerian hip hop that exsists, but I've never heard anything. I assume any artists would be based in France... If anyone has that to offer, by all means, let us hear it.

umjammer atomsk 09.12.2006 09:41 PM

Here's an enka album by Keiko Fuji: http://www.sendspace.com/file/7u1ewz

I've recently taken an interest in this genre for some reason.

o o o 09.13.2006 01:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Пятхъдесят Шест
On a related note, Algerian hip hop anyone? I've read about Algerian hip hop that exsists, but I've never heard anything. I assume any artists would be based in France... If anyone has that to offer, by all means, let us hear it.


I think the two most well-known algerian hip-hop groups are Intik and MBS...
out of the two, I have only heard Intik, and I might be able to upload some stuff later today... both were formed in Algeria, and at least originally based in Algeria, but i believe Intik or at least some members of Intik relocated to France (they had some connections with french hip-hop band IAM, I believe)... but there are still apparently many, many other bands from different parts of Algeria, various cities...
(and of course there are some french hip-hop bands consisting of members of Algerian background, but that is a bit different)

pokkeherrie 09.13.2006 03:02 PM

wow, this thread is great... thanks everyone!
(unfortunately i've got nothing to share at this moment)

sun city girl 09.14.2006 06:48 AM

the best world music label in the... eh, world!
www.sublimefrequencies.com

i especially recommend all the radio titles. amazing stuff!

!@#$%! 09.14.2006 02:21 PM

oh for those of you interested yes there is an article about sublime frequencies in arthur mag a few issues back. don't have them at hand right now but check back their site, they keep back issues on pdf format i think.

okay i'll do it for you.

yes:

http://www.arthurmag.com/store/index.php?ID=24

Quote:

ALAN BISHOP of Sun City Girls speaks with Brandon Stosuy about terrorism, travel, clueless Americans and curating the cut-up world music collages of his Sublime Frequencies label.

now, i can't see the pdf link, but don't be lazy & find it yourselves, people...

Пятхъдесят Шест 09.14.2006 02:24 PM

Bush Taxi Mali is the one I've heard from SF. I need to buy some of these.

The Radio Pyongyang one looks like it'd be a good one. North Korean funk?! No way...


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