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Old 05.08.2008, 12:04 AM   #281
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Budal Lardil - Songs Of Mornington Island

 
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Yungchen Lhamo - Tibet, Tibet

 

Yungchen Lhamo - Tibet, Tibet (1996)
Genre: World, Ethnic | MP3 | CBR 320 Kbps | 109 Mb
Label: Real World | October 29, 1996 | ASIN: B000000HPR | Language: Tibetan
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Here's some beautiful Tibetan music.

Music of a suffering race. Most apposite in the context of the terrible colonialist brutality still being inflicted on that race by China, recently more explicitly since being caught on camera and beamed around the world.


Aching, spiritual, music of longing from the "Goddess of Song" Yungchen Lhamo.

We love this music!

Some background about Yungchen;

Yungchen Lhamo is a Tibetan singer living in exile in New York City, whose international success as a Tibetan singer is unprecedented.

 
Yungchen has toured the world, singing unaccompanied a combination of songs of her own composition and traditional Buddhist chants and mantras. She has performed with an array of famous artists such as Annie Lennox, Billy Corgan, Peter Gabriel, Sheryl Crow, Natalie Merchant, etc. bringing her traditions to new audiences. She has also toured extensively as a part of the WOMAD World music festivals.

Yungchen's name means "Goddess of Song", a name given her by a Holy Man soon after she was born near Lhasa.

Yungchen left Tibet in 1989 at age 23, via the perilous navigation of the Himalayas in order to escape oppression from the Chinese regime governing Tibet.

Yungchen made a pilgrimage to Dharamsala, to receive the blessings of the Dalai Lama, where he lives in exile. She was inspired to reach out to the world through her music, to share her culture and educate people about Tibet.

She moved to Australia in 1993, then to New York City in 2000.

This was Yungchen's first release on Peter Gabriel's Real World Records label. Appropriately enough, it is called Tibet, Tibet.

 
Lyrically, the songs on this album emote with the fresh cadence and gripping honesty of spiritual offerings. For example, "Lama Dorje Chang" beseeches the Dalai Lama to bless the world with his enlightened mind. "Ari-lo," a song Yungchen learned from her grandmother as a little girl, tells of entering an ominous foreign land, and gradually with courage learning to make a home there.

The final track describes the strife besetting Tibet, the bravery of its people and the confidence that the Dalai Lama will one day preside over his people on Tibetan land again. The song features a full orchestra, courtesy of digital composition software. "You can't see the people," giggles Yungchen. "It's an invisible orchestra. They fell from the sky."

The New York Daily News wrote of the album: "Once you've heard her stunning record, Tibet, Tibet, on Peter Gabriel's Real World label, or seen her in concert, the power that her voice and melodies have to still an agitated mind becomes obvious."


“I've owned Tibet, Tibet by Yungchen Lhamo for 3 years. It's very beautiful music. Too intense for playing as background for home socializing, though. Best in private listening. Her voice has a magnificent range, full articulation. It's deeply sad at times. There's a certain heart-wrenching quality in Tibetan refugee women's household singing, the normal daily singing a woman might do when fetching water or stirring the hearth... That quality once flowed mainly from broken-hearted lovers but now it flows from all who have lost their connection to their land. Yungchen Lhamo has that quality in powerful measure. Her name means “great symbol of the protector goddess”. Powerful name, powerful voice.”

Customer Review on Amazon.com





“Lyrically, the songs on the album are offerings. «Par Panee Dawa Shar» likens moonrise to her Lama's face, hoping that - by offering song and dance to him - he will shower down his blessings. «Lama Dorje Chang» asks the Dalai Lama to bless us with his enlightened mind. «Om Mani Padme Hung» is the Tibetan mantra, and «Ari-Lo» tells of entering a new land.

At first, sings Yungchen Lhamo, the land may seem hostile, like a fearful stranger, but knowledge can lead to it becoming as close as a lover.

The final track - telling of the strife besetting Tibet, the bravery of its people and the confidence that the Dalai Lama will one day preside again - utilizes a full orchestra, courtesy of technological software. «You can't see the people, it's an invisible orchestra», giggles Yungchen Lhamo. «They fell from the sky».”

RealWorldUSA.com




Tracklisting

01. Om Mani Padme Hung
02. Lama Dorje Chang
03. Ari-Lo
04. Refuge Prayer
05. Par Panee Dawa Shar
06. Lhaso Pumo
07. Dorje-Den
08. Dradul Nyenkyon
09. Om Mani Padme Hung II
10. Gi Pai Pa Yul Chola


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Yungchen Lhamo - Tibet, Tibet



 

Yungchen Lhamo - Tibet, Tibet (1996)
Genre: World, Ethnic | MP3 | CBR 320 Kbps | 109 Mb
Label: Real World | October 29, 1996 | ASIN: B000000HPR | Language: Tibetan
Four mirrors: Rapidshare, Depositfiles, Megaupload and Uploading

Here's some beautiful Tibetan music.

Music of a suffering race. Most apposite in the context of the terrible colonialist brutality still being inflicted on that race by China, recently more explicitly since being caught on camera and beamed around the world.


Aching, spiritual, music of longing from the "Goddess of Song" Yungchen Lhamo.

We love this music!

Some background about Yungchen;

Yungchen Lhamo is a Tibetan singer living in exile in New York City, whose international success as a Tibetan singer is unprecedented.



 
Yungchen has toured the world, singing unaccompanied a combination of songs of her own composition and traditional Buddhist chants and mantras. She has performed with an array of famous artists such as Annie Lennox, Billy Corgan, Peter Gabriel, Sheryl Crow, Natalie Merchant, etc. bringing her traditions to new audiences. She has also toured extensively as a part of the WOMAD World music festivals.

Yungchen's name means "Goddess of Song", a name given her by a Holy Man soon after she was born near Lhasa.

Yungchen left Tibet in 1989 at age 23, via the perilous navigation of the Himalayas in order to escape oppression from the Chinese regime governing Tibet.

Yungchen made a pilgrimage to Dharamsala, to receive the blessings of the Dalai Lama, where he lives in exile. She was inspired to reach out to the world through her music, to share her culture and educate people about Tibet.

She moved to Australia in 1993, then to New York City in 2000.

This was Yungchen's first release on Peter Gabriel's Real World Records label. Appropriately enough, it is called Tibet, Tibet.



 
Lyrically, the songs on this album emote with the fresh cadence and gripping honesty of spiritual offerings. For example, "Lama Dorje Chang" beseeches the Dalai Lama to bless the world with his enlightened mind. "Ari-lo," a song Yungchen learned from her grandmother as a little girl, tells of entering an ominous foreign land, and gradually with courage learning to make a home there.

The final track describes the strife besetting Tibet, the bravery of its people and the confidence that the Dalai Lama will one day preside over his people on Tibetan land again. The song features a full orchestra, courtesy of digital composition software. "You can't see the people," giggles Yungchen. "It's an invisible orchestra. They fell from the sky."

The New York Daily News wrote of the album: "Once you've heard her stunning record, Tibet, Tibet, on Peter Gabriel's Real World label, or seen her in concert, the power that her voice and melodies have to still an agitated mind becomes obvious."

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“I've owned Tibet, Tibet by Yungchen Lhamo for 3 years. It's very beautiful music. Too intense for playing as background for home socializing, though. Best in private listening. Her voice has a magnificent range, full articulation. It's deeply sad at times. There's a certain heart-wrenching quality in Tibetan refugee women's household singing, the normal daily singing a woman might do when fetching water or stirring the hearth... That quality once flowed mainly from broken-hearted lovers but now it flows from all who have lost their connection to their land. Yungchen Lhamo has that quality in powerful measure. Her name means “great symbol of the protector goddess”. Powerful name, powerful voice.”

Customer Review on Amazon.com






 


“Lyrically, the songs on the album are offerings. «Par Panee Dawa Shar» likens moonrise to her Lama's face, hoping that - by offering song and dance to him - he will shower down his blessings. «Lama Dorje Chang» asks the Dalai Lama to bless us with his enlightened mind. «Om Mani Padme Hung» is the Tibetan mantra, and «Ari-Lo» tells of entering a new land.

At first, sings Yungchen Lhamo, the land may seem hostile, like a fearful stranger, but knowledge can lead to it becoming as close as a lover.

The final track - telling of the strife besetting Tibet, the bravery of its people and the confidence that the Dalai Lama will one day preside again - utilizes a full orchestra, courtesy of technological software. «You can't see the people, it's an invisible orchestra», giggles Yungchen Lhamo. «They fell from the sky».”

RealWorldUSA.com



Tracklisting

01. Om Mani Padme Hung
02. Lama Dorje Chang
03. Ari-Lo
04. Refuge Prayer
05. Par Panee Dawa Shar
06. Lhaso Pumo
07. Dorje-Den
08. Dradul Nyenkyon
09. Om Mani Padme Hung II
10. Gi Pai Pa Yul Chola


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Part 01 | Part 02



i think i remember her from the tibetan freedom concert cd set. i really like the tibetan music on the cd.





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Café Rembetika - The Birth Of The Greek Blues

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For the uninitiated, rembetika sounds exotic, from another time and place, which is true enough. Rembetika's origins are a bit murky, but one thing is for sure, it flourished in the cafes and bars of Greece in the late 1920s through the '30s. It is outlaw music; the music of the Greek underworld sung by Rebetes (those who are social outsiders, they lived on the margins of society and crossed the line more often than not to stand apart from it).

It has been regarded as dangerous music even by the country's government, who nearly banned it: they tried to censor its content in recordings but failed. It has been called the Greek blues, and that's not far off. This is a place where the complex patterns of Middle Eastern modalism and the repetition of form that exist in the blues meet in one place. This collection on Nascente brings together the work of a number of rembetika's finest from two different schools, or "scenes" actually, the Piraeus and the Aman tradition:

"Café Rembetika" features four of the greatest stars of the Piraeus scene that later formed the first Rembetika supergroup: Markos Vamvakaris, Stratos, Batis and Artemis. Also featured are leading singers from the Café Aman tradition: Rosa Eskenazi, Rita Abatsi and Marika Papagika.

Here then, is a collection of some of the greatest songs from the golden age of Rembetika:

Café Rembetika - The Birth Of The Greek Blues (192 kbsp)
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Canciones De Las Brigadas Internacionales - Songs Of The International Brigade

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The Spanish Civil War has been referred to as the last noble cause, or the last heroic war. It's also been said that if the British and the Americans had bothered with Spain, they could have prevented World War Two. The war lasted from 1936 through 1939 and by the end Fransico Franco had overthrown the democratically elected government.
The election prior to the outbreak of the war had seen a coalition government formed among moderate and socialist parties. The Republican government's goals were to reduce the power of the aristocracy and the Catholic Church and try to redress the economic disparity in the country.
Needless to say that went over like the proverbial ton of bricks with those who were going to have to surrender their power. Calling themselves The Nationalists, they formed an army under the leadership of Francisco Franco to overthrow the Republican government. They were supplied with weapons, air support, tanks, and troops by the governments of Italy and Germany almost immediately.
The Republicans received little or no official help from any government, save some assistance from the Soviet Union that was too little and too late. In some ways the Republican side was a typical venture of the left and centre in those, and even these days, where internal fights over power, took precedence over an enemy out to destroy you all. Soviet aid only became available after a faction acceptable to Moscow controlled a goodly portion of the doomed government.

The Spanish Civil War was also notable for two other reasons. It was where the Nazis first put into effect their practice of targeting strictly civilian targets for the sake of the effect on morale. First Guernica, rendered forever immortal by Picasso, then Madrid suffered through bombings.
The other was the fact that in spite of their own government's refusal to oppose Hitler, Mussolini, and Franco (until Hitler signed his infamous non-aggression pact with Stalin, he was actually seen as a bulwark against the Red hoards by far too many Western pundits) young men and women from around the world came to Spain on their own to fight for the Republican cause.
The International Brigade was composed of German, American, Canadian, and others from across Europe who came to fight the fascists. The American soldiers served in what became known as the Lincoln Brigade and became part of the 15th International Brigade. Since their own governments had refused to aid the Republicans, and in some instances had tried their best to prevent people from doing so, it wasn't very surprising that the returning soldiers at the end of the war were ignored in their own countries.

Some, like the Germans and the Italian, had to become refugees because they couldn't go home. When it became obvious that nothing was going to be done to honour their efforts, and in fact official policy has been to ignore the veterans of Spain almost entirely, Pete Seeger and the Almanac singers recorded seven songs that had been sung by the Lincoln Brigade while marching. In 1943 they were released as part of an album called "Songs Of The Lincoln Brigade".
It has been next to impossible to find this and other music of the Spanish Civil War. But now thanks to a Spanish label, Discmedi, the songs and other music of the war have been released on a great CD called "Canciones De Las Brigadas Internacionales (Songs Of The International Brigade)".
The first seven songs are the aforementioned tracks from "Songs Of The Lincoln Brigade", which have been beautifully digitally remastered so they sound great. The six songs following that were originally released in 1940, but had been recorded during the war. The German actor Ernst Busch, who was already living in exile from Hitler due to his politics, recorded six songs with a chorus of soldiers called "Six Songs For Democracy".
They were recorded in the men's barracks so if you listen closely you can hear background noises of wartime activity. Again the sound is great, and it's really nice not to hear these songs like they're being sung to you via a sewer pipe. The only previous recording I had heard of them was so full of echoes it was almost impossible to hear what was being sung.

Following these 13 tracks, the producers of the disc have gathered together some performances of these and other songs of the period by different performers as bonus tracks. Six of them are by Ernst Busch again and are Spanish versions of some of the songs that had been performed by Pete Seeger and The Almanac Singers on the "Songs Of The Lincoln Brigade" album. Again he has recorded them with soldiers serving during the war, and in fact this recording was interrupted by Franco's bombing of Barcelona. On occasion you can hear where a brown-out is occurring as the sound starts to fade away: life during wartime indeed.
Ernst's voice may not be what a North American audience would expect from a musical theatre actor, but he had been working with Bertolt Brecht in Germany, and they had a different attitude towards what sound they wanted on stage. Brecht wasn't interested in pretty, or in polish; he wanted the audience to listen to the words being sung to them, not to just sit back and enjoy the music.
After Busch, we have a brief visit from Woody Guthrie as he sings his version of "Jarama Valley". What's great about this song, as you will have noticed in The Almanac Singers' version earlier on the disc, is that the tune is "Red Rive Valley". The soldiers who wrote these songs had done what was fairly typical for the day, and just changed the lyrics of songs they were already familiar with to make them suit their needs.
The last four songs on the disc are from what I consider two of the United States' finest treasures; The Weavers and Paul Robeson. Paul Robeson was a star football player, Broadway and Hollywood actor, and amazing singer. He was also Black and left wing, which in the 1940s and 50s meant he was considered a threat to society.
He had his passport revoked by the American government so he could no longer do concert tours in Europe. This pretty much guaranteed the end of his singing career, as very few venues in the States would book anyone who was blacklisted by Joe McCarthy. But here we find him in full beautiful voice singing two of the songs he learned from the soldiers when he went to Spain during the War to lend his support to the cause. His version of "The Peat-Bog Soldiers" has to be one of the best I've ever heard.

The last two songs included are by the Weavers. Somehow or other the Weavers were able to play the music of the Spanish Civil War during the 1950's in places like Carnegie Hall without people really twigging to what was going on. Included here are two of those songs; both were recorded in Carnegie Hall but one in the fifties and one in their reunion concert in the eighties.

In Spain today the soldiers who fought in the International Brigade are still considered heroes of the country, in North America, where they came from, they've either been almost completely forgotten, and even worse some were treated like criminals by their own governments. Canciones De Las Brigades Internacionales is wonderful tribute to men who have been ignored for too long.
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i see now i never thanked porky for the lamaalem m guinya tape, so now i thank you.

thank you too. that looks like an interesting site.
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Journey is the fruit of collaboration between two musicians, Massoud Shaari, a traditional Iranian musician and a virtuoso of Persian setar(not to be confused with the Indian sitar) and Christophe Rezaï, a French-Iranian composer of European culture.
Journey is introduced under the form of five pieces for Setar evoking four different modalities and therefore four different ambiences of traditional Persian music.
The Indian tabla (played by the Indian Darshan Jotsingh Anand), closely linked to the setar, takes us further to the east towards Indian tradition, which has many common points with Persian music.
Furthermore the accompaniment by classical or contemporary orchestral formations such as Strings, Electric Jazz Guitar, Sound Effects... takes us to the west towards the "European musical tradition" of the 21st century.


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Anybody have recommendations for Native American music? Particularly Central and North America.

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try the henry cowell collection of primitive music. im pretty sure that there is some navajo chants on it
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Ananda Shankar - Sitar Meets Moog (1970)


 
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Well, Sitar meets Moog.
And we're grateful they do.
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Ananda Shankar - 01 - Jumpin' Jack Flash
Ananda Shankar - 02 - Snow Flower
Ananda Shankar - 03 - Light My Fire
Ananda Shankar - 04 - Mamata (Affection)
Ananda Shankar - 05 - Metamorphosis
Ananda Shankar - 06 - Sagar (The Ocean)
Ananda Shankar - 07 - Dance Indra
Ananda Shankar - 08 - Raghupati
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So, I think next year I'm going to get a wall Atlas and stick a pin in every country I have a record from, and try to own a record from every country in the world between now and another time in the future. Has anyone done this?

I've just got a load of 'world' music from Sterns, I'll try and upload some soonish. So far I've listened to some medieval Nordic plainchant, that was pretty awesome.
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So far I've listened to some medieval Nordic plainchant, that was pretty awesome.
ooohhh... i so need to hear that.
i would be so very much obliged if you uploaded that
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Things are not that out of control

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Old 11.26.2008, 12:46 PM   #298
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I'll upload some songs off it when I get the chance - I won't upload the whole thing as it's very much still in print.

In fact, if you're feeling flush, you can get it here
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Old 12.07.2008, 06:23 AM   #299
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excellent blog: http://geoffhawryluk.com/cassette-blog/
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Old 01.04.2009, 07:05 PM   #300
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Just picked this up. Can't recommend it enough.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTAOzbqpaiQ
 
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