Various Artists | The Soul of Percussion

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The Soul of Percussion

by Various Artists

Afro Oriental Latin Percussion Journey
Genre: World: African
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1. Dull Dull: Drummer's delight
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4:50 album only
2. Quinta Feira: Stop ! Bayão
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2:56 album only
3. Ayo Nelson- Homiah: Doun' Doum Ba
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4:04 album only
4. Dénagan Janvier Honfo: Sakete
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3:21 album only
5. Ifang Bondi: Sabar
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1:29 album only
6. Amampondo: Collective for Changuito
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7:30 album only
7. Pedro Weiß' Waraba Percussion: Mandana
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2:36 album only
8. Bhavani: Neeru
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3:02 album only
9. Mokhtar Al Said feat. K. Henkish: Tabla Solo 1
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2:45 album only
10. Sayed Balaha: Hamada
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5:19 album only
11. Mahmoud Fadl: Karachi
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1:57 album only
12. LosActivos: Caña
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3:32 album only
13. Global Drummer: When the Stars fall down, we are on top
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
'The Soul of Percussion' mainly focusses on european or european based musicians. They take us on a musical and fantasy-stimulating journey around the globe which starts in small village in the northern part of Germany, then delves deep into the African soul, subsequently pays tribute to the Indo-Arabic art of ornamentation, and ultimately brings us back to our starting point via the Andalusian flamenco.
Common to all 13 titles on this journey of rhythm is an ability to communicate without words - music is a universal language. Listeners suddenly become dancers. Rhythm itself is a dancer !
Gemeinsam ist allen 13 Titeln dieser Rhythmusreise, da


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