Sunday, January 31, 2010
After watching Genghis Blues, I thought that I had heard all the Tuvan throat-singing that I'd ever need to hear. I was wrong- OV Ouin is something else entirely-- mournful, heartsick folk ballads, underscored by a wonderfully ethereal accordian (or concertina?), rather than the fast-plucked string staccatos of Tuvan song that I'd become accustomed to expect. One of my favorite albums ever. Just you listen here:
*Many thanks to Mr. Matthew Wells for supplying me with this haunting little album a few years back.
Oidupaa Vladimir Oiun- Divine Music From a Jail *Re-upped 7/20/12
1. How the Shadow Is Clear
2. It Is Echoing All Over the World
4. Have You Seen Kodergen?
5. To My Mother
6. It Is Windy in Ovur
7. While There Is Still Taiga
8. There My Wealthy Taiga
9. I Am Sitting on a Steep Slope
10. Recollecting My All, My Homeland
11. Only You A Thin Mountain Ash
12. There Are Many Tears Here Gained
13. I Will Herd My Nightingale
14. The Girl of the Tes-Khem
16. Ah, You Sweetie
Saturday, January 30, 2010
Just digitized my copy of this amazing Zamrock classic, recently reissued on vinyl by No Smoke Records. Check the crucial Sabbath riffs by way of 70s Zambia. A must!
Mediafire download link: Ngozi Family- 45,000 Volts