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Didgeridoo Percussion Mystic by Various Artists

Didgeridoo Percussion Mystic
180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed

Didgeridoo Percussion Mystic
by Various Artists

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Product Code:
CLEA-83048
Label:
ClearAudio
Genre:
Latin
Format:
180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed
UPC:
4015166830480
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Mystic Percussion Didgeridoo is the result of an impromptu recording session of six musicians. Upon listening, the incredible possibilities of expression of the didgeridoo is realized which is enhanced by vocals and percussion instruments.

The Didgeridoo, also called a Yidaki, is a primitive instrument dating back 40,000 years. It is created and played by the aborigines of northern Australia. The instrument is typically made from the stringy bark or eucalyptus sapling.

Musicians:
Dirk Jahn, Didgeridoo, mouthbow, udu-drum
Knut Jahn, Didgeridoo, Cajon, udu-drum, darbuka
Yvonne Tham, vocals
Tim Brown, guitar, whistle, bongos, shaker
Robert Siegert, Djembe, shaker, Cajon
Christian Bürkner, cabasa, shaker, caxixi, darbuka

1. Warm Up
2. Percussion Jungle
3. Happy Breathing
4. Oceans
5. E-slide
6. Arabian romance
7. Trance
8. Ping pong
9. Horse rider
10. Mystic

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