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Quote by Jean Houston

Next is now, world music as the single most potent force in the culture of fusion ... World music-makers are like shamans, carrying us on magic carpets of riffs and melodies through states of consciousness that spin us out of time to lands not yet invented but glimpsed on the aural horizon ... And so we see that music brings us, in the jumping of our cells, from what is past to what is trying to become the future. lt expresses and fulfills our need to hear the spirit in the dark.
(Jean Houston in Jump Time, Sentient Publ. 2004)

Didgeridoo Rocks! CD - World-Beat, Trance-Dance

Various Artists

Spellbinding didge rhythms from today's most gifted players and re-mixers in the tribal, trance-dance, world-fusion, groove and chill-out scene...

Deep enigmatic tones blend with punchy percussion, haunting horns, smooth melodies and animal calls that stir the soul and move our feet to the wild mysteries of timeless Spirits. Didgeridoo music that Rocks!

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Tracks

Musicians and Instruments
1. Giri Mana by Ganga Giri, 6:23 Ganga Giri: didgeridoo, percussion, vocals - Don Peyote: programming
2. Aircreep! by Yomano, 6:19 Yomano: keyboards, programming - Angsar-M. Stein: didgeridoo
3. Rhythm Breathing by Charlie McMahon & Gondwana, 4:17 Charlie Mc Mahon: didgeridoo - Junko: vocals - Tony Wandaller: programming
4. Regen #13 by Stein & Turnbull, 4:49 Angsar M. Stein: didgeridoo - Joss Turnbull: cajon percussion box
5. Butcherbird Boogie by Tarshito, 7:25 Tarshito: guitars, percussion, programming - Dr Didge & Ray Brown: didgeridoo - Birds: calls and chirps!
6. T1 by Yomano + Meurer, 6:23 Yomano : keyboards, sounds, percussion, programming - Markus Meurer: didgeridoo
7. Dream by eMDee, 4:50 Mark Hoffman: didgeridoo - Lukas Bendel: drums, percussion - Shayote Carter: vocals
8. Water by Stephen Kent, 4:01 Stephen Kent: didjeridu, percussion, guitar, bass, tape atmospheres - Peter Valsamis: drums - Shea Comfort: zurna - Simon Tassano: programming
9. Tablaridoo by Ariel Kalma, 6:53 Joy Lerich: keyboards - Babu Das: tablas - Ariel Kalma: didgeridoo, saxophone, synth, guitar, FX
10. Madurai by Arbre Noir, 6:02 Rudiger Schlecht: didgeridoo - Stefan Lillig: melodica - Jens Dittberner: bass - Mickael Vassallo: electronics

 

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Didgeridu, Didjeridoo, Didjeridou, Didjeridu, Didgereedoo, Didgiridoo, Digereedoo, Digeredoo, Digiridoo, Dijeridu, Dijeridoo, Digerido, Didge, Yidaki, Yirdaki, Ebroo, Bamboo, Dream Pipe, even Bullroarer!

Reviews

Didgeridoo Rocks! reviewed by Music Design

Music Mosaic are the masters of creating a type of compilation that could be called "rhythm and drone," which features the didgeridoo as the primary instrument and plenty of funky techno grooves to back it up. DIDGERIDOO ROCKS follows suit and is one of the label's most adventurous didg recordings thus far, featuring a lot of energy and (as the title suggests) a touch of rock on a few of the tracks. The album opens with a full-on electro affair from Yomano & Stein, packed with propulsive beats and cutting edge mixing. "Butcherbird Boogie" from Tarshito has some rock guitar and a bluesy feel to it, making for a nice counterpoint with the earthy didg drones. Other highlights include Stephen Kent's jazzy "Water" and Ariel Kalma's Asian-inspired "Tablaridoo."

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