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Various - Resonance Volume 7 Number 2: Taking The Pulse Of The World's Musics flac album

Various - Resonance Volume 7 Number 2: Taking The Pulse Of The World's Musics flac album
Title:
Resonance Volume 7 Number 2: Taking The Pulse Of The World's Musics
Performer:
Style:
Folk Rock, Field Recording
Released:
FLAC album size:
1265 mb
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Rating:
4.8 ✪

Tracklist

1 Phil Tanner The Sweet Primroses 3:18
2 Margaret Barry She Moved Through The Fair 4:53
3 Robin Williamson Scaldlaw 4:58
4 Hal Rammel Caminos Sonores En Oaxaca 8:12
5 Muzsikás Featuring Márta Sebestyén Máramarosi Táncok (Maramaros Dances) 3:22
6 William Ingosi Mwoshi What I Said To Praise Myself Has Shamed Me / Let The Churches Fall Down 8:21
7 John Wynne Upcountry (Extract) 5:40
8 Reite Villagers Sopi 1:56
9 Reite Villagers Tekanae 7:28
10 Reite Villagers Aiseer 6:26
11 Marfa Rastarguev, Sergei Rastarguev, Sasha Berioskin, Tim Hodgkinson & Ken Hyder Level Nine 5:54
12 Surreal Estate Contrafactum In The Spirit Of John Sheppard 2:06
13 George Hunt Setanke's Death Song 2:03

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – London Musicians' Collective

Credits

  • Compiled By – Phil England
  • Mastered By – Xentos
  • Photography By – Gina Litherland, James Leach

Notes

Included with Resonance magazine volume 7 number 2 edited by Evan Parker, Robert Reigle and Phil England. Topics: Evan Parker: Improvising across cultures (by Jason Stanyek); Marta Sebestyan on East European folk musics; Robin Williamson (Incredible String Band) interviewed by Rob Thorpe; Mexican Day of the Dead by Hal Rammell; Andy Moor on Hugh Tracey, African music collector; Reg Hall, Voice of the People compiler (20 CD collection of traditional music of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales) interviewed by Ed Baxter; William Ingosi Mwoshi, Kenyan Master Musician interviewed by John Wynne, Robert Reigle critiquing ethnomusicology; Interview with Stephen Feld; Simulations of Native American Music etc. plus: Robert Wyatt, Evan Parker, Jah Wobble, David Toop, Hal Rammel, Steve Beresford, John Zorn, Viv Corringham, Pat Thomas, and others writing about their favourite recording of ethnic musics.