The Secret Museum Of Mankind Vol. 4: Ethnic Music Classics (1925-48)

(1997) The Secret Museum Of Mankind Vol. 4: Ethnic Music Classics (1925-48) / V0
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1. SWEDEN, ELIN LISSLASS, Locklatar
2. BOLIVIA, ALBERTO RUIZ, Tonada De Tarka Con Callaguas
3. CRETE, BLACK JIM, Syrtas Kizzamitika
4. ITALY, SQUADRA DI BEL CANTO, Il Bel Mazzolino
5. MADAGASCAR, MME. RAVAO & RAJORO, Anio No Mba Hisoka
6. PAKISTAN, R. SINGH BIKHUL, Been
7. NATAL, S.A, SOLOMON LINDA'S ORIGINAL EVENING BIRDS, Mbube
8. BRAZIL, REGIONALE ORCHESTRA, Caboclo Do Matto
9. WESTEN SUMATRA, DJAMRIS BATAGAH, Randai Parjdain
10. NORWAY, HARDINGFELETROIEN, Fjell - Ljam
11. TURKEY, HAFFOUZ BURHAN, Mahur Gazel
12. SIMBO ISLAND, S.I. BAND, Beautiful Body
13. EIRE, WILLIAM MULLALEY, Tory Island Reel
14. KUWAIT, ABDUL EL FADELLAH, Fouad Burban el Amaria
15. GEORGIA, A. POTCHVERSHUY, Dariko
16. VERA CRUZ, EL JAROCHO, La Bamba
17. EGYPT, AHMED ABDUL KADER, Oudet el Bahara illa Watanhom
18. NEPAL, GUYOK, HIMSELF, Sidi Ma Sidi Batai
19. QUEBEC, VILLENEUVE & BOUCHARD, Talencourt
20. SCOTLAND, ARCHIBALD GRANT, Eilean Mocaridh
21. ALBANIA, LUAJNE SAZET POPULARE, Valle E Gadjes
22. SERBIA, VOJIN LUTIC, Siroko Lisce Borovo
23. HUNGARY, CIGAN GROUP, Untitled Dance
24. BALI, NI LEMON, DARI DJANGGER, Lagoe Taboehgari

5 comments:

akemi said...

maravilhoso! espero que vocês postem os 3 primeiros volumes também.

DEMANDING said...

Thanks so so much for this. If you happen to put your hands over them, please post the other volumes when you have some time!

Anonymous said...

cara, eu tenho dois cds mais dessa serie. se você quiser posso colocar em algum site para download. Me dá um toque por email. ivanjr18@yahoo.com

EPICHA said...

Thanks. If you've got any of the other volumes please post them. I've got a blog of my own which I just started (www.musicunderthestars.blogspot.com) and I'd definitely be down to do some trading. I've got a bunch of the Explorer Series. Get in contact with me if you're interested.

scott davidson said...

What an interesting blog, introduced by a thought-provoking photo. The unusual wall painting of the dwellings is also a strangely modern interpretation. Something like this hieroglyphic view of a park by Swiss painter Paul Klee, http://EN.WahooArt.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-8LT475.
The image can be seen at wahooart.com who can supply you with a canvas print of it.