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 Post subject: Re: International/World Music discussion
PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2012 5:28 pm 
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Rashed, you might have already heard this. Georgi, this one is especially for you , but others can check it out. I've been listening to it today, and it's just quality stuff, a showcase that Pakistani pop music was not too far behind during the golden times compared to Bollywood. This is more a representation of the funkier more upbeat and 'fun' tracks. Just a compilation to have a good time to.

one of my favorites from the above, just in case people wonder what they should be expecting....



Also, checked out the Arto Lindsay album Gray recd. Cool, relaxing stuff, but I think id have preferred it if it was minus the vocals and just the music.


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 Post subject: Re: International/World Music discussion
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 Post subject: Re: International/World Music discussion
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shakti's first album, and it happened to be live.... just look at that guitar face... the music is even better...




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 Post subject: Re: International/World Music discussion
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Yousha wrote:
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'A time capsule capturing Pakistan's rich artistic legacy' THE GUARDIAN


-rapidshare.com/files/241614142/sOw.rar

Rashed, you might have already heard this. Georgi, this one is especially for you , but others can check it out. I've been listening to it today, and it's just quality stuff, a showcase that Pakistani pop music was not too far behind during the golden times compared to Bollywood. This is more a representation of the funkier more upbeat and 'fun' tracks. Just a compilation to have a good time to.

one of my favorites from the above, just in case people wonder what they should be expecting....



Also, checked out the Arto Lindsay album Gray recd. Cool, relaxing stuff, but I think id have preferred it if it was minus the vocals and just the music.

Sounds interesting, thanks man.


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 Post subject: Re: International/World Music discussion
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yeah, thanks for this yousha. i already have a pakistani folk/pop compilation and its stunning, this should be great as well


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 Post subject: Re: International/World Music discussion
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a really amazing thread popped up on rym recently, feel free to browse it for some album/youtubes

thread is titled 'Sad, Waltzy, Old People Music'

http://rateyourmusic.com/board_message? ... id=4101888



the korean 'psalm death song' recorded in the mid 20's, recorded by legendary korean soprano Youn Shim-Deok, a month after which she killed herself . based on 'waves of danube' by ion ivanovici from the 19th century


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 Post subject: Re: International/World Music discussion
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^That was amazing.

This song is one of the catchiest things I've ever heard!



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 Post subject: Re: International/World Music discussion
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aha, arabic pop musics, one of my strengths. you're going to have your mind blown by



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 Post subject: Re: International/World Music discussion
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Both of those are great. :thumb:


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 Post subject: Re: International/World Music discussion
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hey why should I fall behind..... though mine's a bit different.....

Rashed, you know this one ?



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 Post subject: Re: International/World Music discussion
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oh yes. #1 hit in the middle east for a very long time.

here's a gorgeous, gorgeous samba/choro album for you guys

Baden Powell - A Vontade
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some of you may be familiar with samba triste



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 Post subject: Re: International/World Music discussion
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i approve! :thumb:


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 Post subject: Re: International/World Music discussion
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I am absolutely certain Rashed knows and loves this song, as its a Hemanta classic, but I think others like George and Gray would really like this...



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 Post subject: Re: International/World Music discussion
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Spellbinding shit. Its great to know people with knowledge of this type of stuff.


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 Post subject: Re: International/World Music discussion
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tagore was probably the greatest polymath of the 20th century. <3 hemanta's voice - my mum's favourite singer pretty much. grew up with this stuff


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