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Healing Drums of Power

by The Healing Drum

Authentic Sacred Shamanic Drums of The Yoruba Tribe of West Africa. These come from traditional sacred Ifa Drum rhythms and rituals. Ifa and Voodoo is the spiritual tradition of the Yoruba tribe of Nigeria and Benin of west Africa.
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1. Aluda I Michael Denney
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2. Gbong Gu Gbong (Elephant Song) Ayo Adeyemi and Michael Denney
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3. Dialogue Michael Denney
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4. Hunting II Ayo Adeyemi and Michael Denney
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5. Pankeke Michael Denney
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6. Traveler Michael Denney
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7. Sabada Michael Denney
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8. Aluda II Michael Denney
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Michael Denney studied with two Yoruba Drum Masters. His first teacher was Baba Ayo Adeyemi. Baba is a Drum Master and Ifa Shaman from Ijebu, Nigeria. He taught Michael Djembe, Djun Djun and Bell. Baba's rhythms are very powerful and sacred rhythms of Ifa. "Even if you go to Nigeria looking for these rhythms, you probably won't find them. I had been asking him for years for permission to record his songs. He recently gave me permission to record two of them, Gbong Gu Gbong and Hunting II, ON ONE CONDITION - that I record them with him. I naturally said, "When can can you be here?!"

Michael's second teacher was talking drum Master Francis Awe. "Francis' music is very complex. It is hard-core ensemble drumming. I learned numerous traditional and sacred rhythms from him on talking drum. I converted some of Francis' rhythms to hand drums so I could teach them to local drummers."


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