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Khanty Madness / Handi Hullus

by Ro:toro

Traditional and jazz musicians of Estonia are searching their tribal Siberian roots. New soundscapes, impulses and emotions are found.
Genre: World: Eastern European
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1. Lenin Stalin
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2. Aige Jem Pa
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3. Khanty Madness
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5:05 $0.99
4. Feast, Feast, No Working Day
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5. Fairy Tale of A Frog and Mouse and Bear and Dog
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6. Frontiers Reaching Far
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7. Twilight Butterflies
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8. Bad Reindeer
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9. Ljamin Woman's Tale
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10. Lullaby
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Album Notes
our CD is an echo of contact with the West-Siberian Khanty and Mansi peoples' environment and culture, and particularly with Khanty folk music. Every member of the band has received impulses of disparate reach and power which have unhinged or otherwise dislodged their existing customary conception of creativity. Starting with band's drummers musical expedition to Khanty people.
The fairy tales of northern peoples, regardless of their national or local setting, are full of stories about how big giant are reduced to a terrible of panic on meeting a person they don't know, or women collecting berries storm off when they hear the cackle of a willow grouse. Releasing emotions as a first reaction to contact with the unknown is common to all beings.
When people from different cultures get together, something new always comes of it. It happens in the same way when people come into contact with a different environment be it in nature or in the realm of human activities, emotions are always involved. Without the engendering power of emotions nothing new can be born.


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