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Old 10-11-2014, 05:50 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Try this, too.

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I presume you're already familiar with this, and I'm not even sure it fits your category, but just in case ...

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Here's a haunting a Capella performance by Keiji Haino
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That reminds me of an a capella version of this:

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I presume you're already familiar with this, and I'm not even sure it fits your category, but just in case ...

It is not what I was looking for, but it's a great song to listen to in the morning after you head several Tequilas the night before.
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Here's a haunting a Capella performance by Keiji Haino

Thanks! I'm a huge fan of Haino and have somehow not seen this video yet.
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Thanks! I downloaded this album not that long ago and completely forgot to check it thoroughly out, although it seemed like a lot of fun at first listen.
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Thanks! I'm a huge fan of Haino and have somehow not seen this video yet.
It's from the album Long Story Short which is a compilation of that concert curated by Peter Brötzmann. Worth checking out, not everything on thre is great but it's got some fantastic tracks from Okyung Lee and Haino. You've heard Watashi-Dake? yes? It opens with another great Haino a Capella track.

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It's from the album Long Story Short which is a compilation of that concert curated by Peter Brötzmann. Worth checking out, not everything on thre is great but it's got some fantastic tracks from Okyung Lee and Haino. You've heard Watashi-Dake? yes? It opens with another great Haino a Capella track.

I once was lucky enough to be at a concert of Brötzmann's Full Blast trio + guests (Keiji Haino, Mars Williams and Peter Evans). It was a magical evening.
I even have Long Story Short, but didn't listen to it as thoroughly as I should. So much music, so little time...
Watashi-Dake on the other hand is on heavy rotation on my mp3-player.
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I see from your into thread you like the music of Tuva. Here's a stunning piece from Huun-Huur-Tu and the Angelite Choir.

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