Banabila & Saka | A Living Thing

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A Living Thing

by Banabila & Saka

Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Idrissi (Bb Mix)
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2. The Call
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3. Eagle
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4. Mr. Popovich (Tribal Mix)
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5. Marketplace
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6. Jester's Dance
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7. Rites of Passage
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8. Ceremony
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9. X-Zone
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10. Flight 10
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2:37 $0.99
11. A Living Thing
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12. The Sand
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13. Turning Point
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14. New Connection
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15. Waterdance
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16. All Blue Stars
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17. Water Colour
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18. Voices from a Secret World
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19. Idrissi (Voiz Mix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Michel Banabila and Yasar Saka played for the first time together at the Womad festival in Reading, UK 1992. They released two cd's, 'A living thing' and 'The Desert Dreamfields'. Yasar Saka, born in Usak, Turkey, is a multi-instrumentalist. He studied music technology at HKU, Hilversum in The Netherlands. Michel Banabila, born in Amsterdam, is a composer in the electronic music scene. Besides electronics, he uses acoustic instruments, found objects, field recordings, and vocoder-plugs.


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