|Lhamo, Yungchen / Ama|
|Add Date:||2007-03-04||Pull Date:||2007-05-06||Charts:||Reggae/World|
|Week Ending:||22 Apr||25 Mar||18 Mar|
|1.||Sat, 15 Jan 11:||Eme O|
|4.||Wed, 21 Mar 07:||chizzy|
Eran Althoff Mukamel (KMFEBM)
|2.||Sat, 08 May 10:||Eme O|
|5.||Fri, 16 Mar 07:||Fo|
No Cover, No Minimum
|3.||Tue, 17 Apr 07:||anonymous|
3:00 AM till 6:00 AM
Pretty cool recordings of Tibetan singer with an amalgam of world-class instrumentalists (though Annie Lenox on track 9 threw me!). Soulful and exotic, sultry and lingering. This is for the really cool coffehouses. All tracks good!|
1. Starts minimal with voce and "danyen"- asian string instrument? Then fills in with bass and tribal percussion, viola, more voices, etc. Good intro.
2.Pastoral, early morning music. Lingers on the vowels. gentle guitar
3.Starts with a Xena-like vocal trill, then sings a catchy mantra.Scary Tibetan chanting/horns in the middle, then fast bollywood-style!
4.mid-slow, lots of "thank yous"... decent, more japanese sounding, but one of my less favorites
5.starts quiet with only voices chanting in a round, then a clear voice on top, slightly sad. bamboo flute & a bell gently respond, mostly acapella, some cello at end. Restrained.
6.Clear acapella intro, then accompaniment reminiscent of later Dead Can Dance. Mood is like cooly describing a tragedy.
7.Folk-like sing-song quality, a little playful. tabla(?) & bamboo flute, etc
8.Entirely a-capalla, lots of long syllables, wistful
9.Mid-slow, powerful. Instrumental intro reminds me a bit of something Bill Laswell would do. Guest vocals halfway through a welcome surprise (and the first English on the disc!)
10.Happy simple and simply-produced song. Gentle and uplifting
|1.||Ranzen||6.||Look Down On Us|
|2.||Gebu Shere||7.||Nyebe Nilam|
|3.||Om Mani Padme Hung||8.||Someday|