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Old 10-05-2016, 09:33 AM   #631 (permalink)
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I know Nile but I somehow could never accept the flavour of a full-metal-piece regarding ancient oriental lore... This solo-project sounds very nice. Going to check it out. Probably the best recommendation so far!

@The Batlord: It's not a problem that I am going to use this music for my trippy purposes isn't it? I call myself a mystic and a philosopher. I try to create mystic experiences not only by using drugs but also by expanding my mind via thinking. The mystic experience on the first hand is what I need to apply philosophy to it because I am a critical-minded person and not some kind of esoteric-believing person.

Last but not least am I a musician myself always searching for new influences as I use my mystic experiences and applied philosophy to create music myself.

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Old 10-05-2016, 11:12 AM   #632 (permalink)
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I know Nile but I somehow could never accept the flavour of a full-metal-piece regarding ancient oriental lore... This solo-project sounds very nice. Going to check it out. Probably the best recommendation so far!

@The Batlord: It's not a problem that I am going to use this music for my trippy purposes isn't it? I call myself a mystic and a philosopher. I try to create mystic experiences not only by using drugs but also by expanding my mind via thinking. The mystic experience on the first hand is what I need to apply philosophy to it because I am a critical-minded person and not some kind of esoteric-believing person.

Last but not least am I a musician myself always searching for new influences as I use my mystic experiences and applied philosophy to create music myself.
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Old 10-10-2016, 09:14 AM   #633 (permalink)
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^ Wow! That's quite a surprise after Saurian Meditation! At least I know which thread I'm going to bump next: http://www.musicbanter.com/general-m...ou-change.html

Another band who mix up traditonal music with an aggresive rock approach are these guys:-

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Old 10-15-2016, 07:49 AM   #634 (permalink)
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Anyone familiar with persian traditional music?
Would love some recommendations.
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Old 10-15-2016, 08:14 AM   #635 (permalink)
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Anyone familiar with persian traditional music?
Would love some recommendations.
I can't claim to be familiar with it but, oddly enough, I stumbled across this just yesterday while I was surfing for music on YouTube...

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Old 10-30-2016, 11:35 PM   #636 (permalink)
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This sub-forum hasn't received a single post in a over a week, but there's plenty of powerful music out there, even if MB turns a deaf ear to it. Here are a two samples from Parno Grazst, a band from Hungary, for example. The first is pretty catchy; the second, rougher round the edges, is live from their home village :-

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Old 11-18-2016, 09:40 PM   #637 (permalink)
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Lisnaholic, ... just stumbled across Ali Farka Touré. The first song, Lalayche, reminds me a little bit of Shake Your Hips (Rolling Stones, Exile On Main St.), if you like that kinda stuff you probably like his music.

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Chirgilchin's Igor Koshkendey paying obvious tribute to Oidupaa Vladimir Oiun's Oidupaa style and accompanying himself on an bayan (a russian accordeon).
Sublimely beautiful stuff.

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Lisnaholic, ... just stumbled across Ali Farka Touré. The first song, Lalayche, reminds me a little bit of Shake Your Hips (Rolling Stones, Exile On Main St.), if you like that kinda stuff you probably like his music.

Ali Farka Touré : Live @ the Watermans Arts Center 1988 (Part 2)
^ Thanks, Neapolitan! Yes, I like Ali Farka Touré a lot, especially his songs with long guitar solos. He has a great collaboration album with Ry Cooder called Talking Timbuktu - and if you like desert blues yourself, you might like this album:- http://www.musicbanter.com/country-f...no-agadez.html

Ali Farka Touré's son is also a good musician in his own right, highly regarded on the world music scene, as demonstrated by the Tel Aviv Session album. This is also a collaboration album, with pianist Idan Raichel among others:-



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Sublimely beautiful stuff.

^ Great track, grindy! I love the off-the-register singing that comes in at 3:20 !
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I usually avoid the New Age fringes of world music, but I'm prepared to make an exception for Red Buddha and their album China Exotic. (I came across it a while ago when I looking for some Stomu Yamashta material, but, in case you are wondering, there is actually no connection between "Red Buddha" and SY's "Red Buddha Theatre".)

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Zia Mohiuddin Dagar is becoming a new favourite of mine.
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