The Buddhahood | Muddy Roots

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Muddy Roots

by The Buddhahood

All Original and Multi-Instrumental, vibrant "World-Ternative" Jam Rock Music blended with Brazilian, West African, Carribean, Middle Eastern and Zydeco styles w/ songs featuring guitar, bass, multi-percussion, multi-vocals, a full horn section and pan dr
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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1. Dirt Sleep
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2. Worry Tune
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3. Kaya
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4. No Mind
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5. Listen
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6. Purify My Mind
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7. Care
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8. When Are We Gonna Go?
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9. All Our Own
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10. Parachute Ride
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11. Shady Side Of The Hill
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12. Big Fish
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13. On My Way Home
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The BuddhaHood presents an exciting, lively, energetic, and fresh-sounding repertoire of music. This 8 piece group includes the standard rhythm section with auxiliary percussion, steel drums, and horns. There are times when every member of the band picks up a percussion instrument and participates in a massive drum jam. Such an array of instruments allows the band a huge color palette, used to paint a dance-happy sonic environment for each song.

The members of The BuddhaHood are of vastly different musical backgrounds, creating a frothing melting-pot of ideas in which decades, even centuries of diverse musical influences converge to form tunes with innovation, nuance, and pure groove power. This could be the reason their music as a whole completely defies labels. The colorful repertoire displays influences of rock, funk, jazz, Latin American, Caribbean, African, and Middle Eastern sources. The tunes are all original, except for the handful of traditional African and Middle Eastern drum motives to which African dancers and belly dancers strut their stuff. Percussion plays an integral role in bringing the primal self closer to the surface through the repetition of ancient rhythms.

All this variety and craziness contributes to a dynamically colorful, electric show that attracts an audience as eclectic as the band itself. Each BuddhaHood performance bubbles along with unstoppable rhythm, and everyone gets caught in the flow. Once people start dancing, the groove never lets them stop. This band creates a fun, friendly, and open atmosphere, and you can never expect the same thing at any two shows. What you CAN expect is a performance full of surprises, many dancing bodies, perspiration, an elevated heart rate, and creative tunes that are as uplifting spiritually and emotionally as they are physically.


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Frederick Koch

Muddy Roots
I still remember the first time I listened to Dirt Sleep. It haunts me. I love this CD so much. Listen, you'll understand.

jennifer ferguson

Muddy Roots
Tony, the lead singer was my best friend in High School. I have always loved the sound of his voice and can remember other bands he was in that we all encouraged him to sing more. I am so glad he took our advice. He will be missed not only by the music community, but his huge community of friends and family. Love the CD!!! Tony has unfortunately made it to his "Dirt Sleep".

MEREDITH TOWSAND


THIS CD REMINDS ME OF FESTIVAL THE ARTISTS PREFORMED AT AND WHAT A GREAT ENERGY THE ARTISTS CREATED-THEREFORE EVERYTIME I LISTEN TO THE CD IM BROUGHT TO THAT DAY OF HONESTY, ENERGY, AND HAPPINESS AND IN MY MIND THAT IS THE ULTIMATE CD ACOMPLISHMENT, AND FOR THOSE OF YOU THAT HAVE NOT HEARD THE CD-LISTEN AND THEYLL TAKE YOU THERE