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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 Trance Dance 1
Didgeridoo Trance Dance 2

Driving World-Beat Ethno-Fusion

Various Artists

Pumping rhythms of the wild... droning, eternal voices of an ancient future. exotic nature sounds and rapid-fire percussion create an inter-dimensional journey into mindless spirit. Earthy didgeridoo with Australian aboriginal voices blend with UK techno-shamanic, traditional Native American Peyote chant, NYC trip-hop and Afro-Caribbean tribal rhythms... all fused into a thrilling dance compilation.

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Track Description Musicians and Instruments
1. Gurrupurung by Gondwana, Log Music, 5:04 Multi-layered didgeridu riffs and traditional aboriginal Arnhem Land voices mixed with dance floor drum'n bass to create an original earth sound. Charlie McMahon: Didgeridoo, Programming - Eddy Duquemin: Percussion - Djoili Liawonga: Vocals - Tom Kelly: Vocals
2. Anyway I Tell Ya by Ganga Giri, 7:34 Indigenous technorganica! Fast 150 beats/minute, a song that rocks clubs and dance parties with bush sounds of Australia. Ganga Giri: Didgeridoo, Vocals, Percussion - Don Peyote : Programming
3. Awowedas by
Lost At Last
, Holon Records, 6:22
A traditional native American peyote chant arranged in a modern style with didgeridoo, trance drums, synthesizers. Jaya Lakshmi: Vocals - Om: Programming - Deva Priyo: Electric Guitar - AB: Didgeridoo
4. Night Owl by the capitali$ts, 6:40 Fast and joyous 142 BPM trance dance featuring didgeridoo and hooting owl. John Lloyd: Programming - John Sweeting: Guitar - Dr Didge: Didgeridoo - Christine Dubens: Vocals
5. Blue Labyrinth by Axis, 3:49 With its spirited beat and beseeching didge horns, this song is a playful release of energy. A decisive, purposeful dance, out of the shade towards somewhere bright. the future perhaps! Mike Edwards: Didgeridoo - Michael Jackson: Didgeridoo - David Russell: Bass, Keyboard
6. Another Land by Sounds of the Outback, 3:21 Didgeridoo dance-trance about Australia, an ancient land steeped in mythology and home to the world's older culture, it's "Another Land". Gary Cannell : Didgeridoo - Chris Cockburn: Keyboard - Peter Chappel: Percussion
7. Thunder by Andy Graham, 3:48 High-energy piece featuring the didgeridoo, drumkit and djembe, demonstrating the more masculine side of drumming. Andy Graham : Didgeridoo, Drums, Djembe Drum, Percussion
8. Factory Farm by Didjworks, 4:52 Trip-Hop didgeridoo with urban beats, animal sounds, and environmental motives. Simon 7 : Guitar, Didgeridoo - Rob Cass : Programming - Vagard : Programming
9. Kemetic Song by Hayan, 4:33 Traditional African/Caribbean music with percussion, mouthbow and molimo (didgeridoo or 'bamboo'). Let us travel to Kmt (Ancient Egypt), the magic ground of the Pharaohs. Malamine : Mouthbow - Michel Ekwala : Didgeridoo - Non Dja : Percussion
10. EnTrance by Si, 7:42 A double didgeridoo trance journey - inspiring an infinity of sounds. Si : Didgeridoo - Venus : Didgeridoo - Greg Sheehan : Tapan Drum

Watch track 1: Gurrupurung by Gondwana on our Music Mosaic Channel on YouTube

Watch track 2: Anyway I Tell Ya by Ganga Giri on our Music Mosaic Channel on YouTube



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Did you know all the names and spellings of didgeridoo?

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

 

Reviews

Didgeridoo Trance Dance reviewed by Bradford Warner: Sound Design

Various Artists  Didgeridoo Trance Dance (Music Mosaic) The slightly odd wind sound of the Australian didgeridoo has to be one of the most unique voices in world music, but can you use it as the basis for a concept album?  In a word: yes.  By taking the upbeat nature of contemporary trance music and infusing it with a mix of didgeridoo, human voices and  electronics, several artists hit the sweet spot groups such have Deep Forest and have helped map out.   Gondwana's drum and bass flavored lead track "Gurrupurung," the Axis track "Blue Labyrinth" and Lost at Last's track "Awowedas" stand as perfect examples of this.  Overall, the album presents a nice variety of contemporary tones even stretching into the ambient groove feel being made famous by Thievery Corporation evidenced in Didjworks "Factory Farm."

Didgeridoo Trance Dance reviewed by Ben Ohmart - Music Dish

The title explains itself. This is trance dance music involving the good ol' cultural instrument, the didgeridoo, wielded electronically or against a wealth of percussion, mouthbow, guitars, vocals, Tapan drum or other various worldly sounds you meet along the way. 51 more minutes from Music Mosaic, 'the pulse of global harmony,' via a variety of bands and artists who are put on this cd because of their intensity and seriousness at blasting away preconceived notions that world music is not relevant to the western world. Ganga Giri will tell you with 7 and a half minutes of 'Anyway I Tell Ya' that it's all in the programming, baby.

Whether or not the didgeridoo is another sound on the synth or not (if it sounds This credible, who cares if it's not 'real'), it is the one croaking constant within this world of lengthy, space-age tracks. Powerfully moving stuff (and I mean for the joints, not the heart) here. I don't know if every artist has a full cd out or not, but the stuff here is a grand opening chapter to every book of beat within. Consider... And then hunt down the cd. It's the best way of hearing the ancient past through the best of techno technology.

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Didgeridoo Trance Dance 2
Didgeridoo Trance Dance 1

Driving World-Beat Ethno-Fusion

Various Artists

Following the success of its previous compilation, Music Mosaic presents Didgeridoo Trance Dance 2, with uplifting high-energy didgeridoo music by grand didgeridoo players from around the world that is simply breathtaking!

An ancient instrument blend with organic beats and contemporary sounds, will take you through the gates of Trance-Dreamtime, where outer boundaries dissolve into a pulsating inner world - Gondwana & Charlie McMahon, Hilight Tribe, Si & Wild Marmelade, Ash Dargan, Andy Graham, Yomano, 1k Science, Ariel Kalma, Papi Moreno, OKA, and other artists play with driving percussion wizards and master remixers to provoke primordial up-tempo rhythms, and mysterious fictional backgrounds of bizarre styles, all sure to trance energies around!

The dance-floor spiced with sensuality and raw power, musical stories of multicultural origins are arranged into modern sounds for the new generation of world music. These tracks blend cultural boundaries for an international 'feel good' album.

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Track Musicians and Instruments
1. Resonate the Head by Charlie McMahon & Gondwana, Log Music, 6:27 Charlie Mc Mahon: didgeridoo, vocals - Jun Nixon: vocals - Tone Wandaller: programming
2. Greg Didge by Hilight Tribe, Kosmik Hoboes, 5:53 Gregory Ruz: didgeridoo - Ludovic Pelissier: percussion - Richard Peres: bass - Laurent Didier: percussion - Mathias Duroy: sound effects
3. Loggy by Si, 3:42 Si: didgeridoo - Matt Goodwin: logdrum - Greg Sheehan: hats, timbales, cymbals - Andrew Richards: programming
4. Monga by Charlie Mc Mahon & Gondwana, Log Music/Warner Chappel, 4:47 Charlie McMahon: didgeridoo, programming - Eddy - Duquemin: percussion - Djoili Liawonga, Tom Kelly: vocals
5. Funk the Tribe by Ash Dargan, Indigenous Australia, 5:10 Ash Dargan: didgeridoo, percussion, keyboard, programming
6. BigBamBoo by Yomano, Yomano/Magic Trees Music, 6:03 (see our music video on YouTube) Angsar-M. Stein: didgeridoo - Yomano: keyboards, programming
7. D.j. Redo by Papi Moreno, 4:58 Papi Moreno: didgeridoo - Doc Delavie: groove machines & samples - Doc Marcus: keyboards, programming
8. Didgeridoo Girl by Ariel Kalma, 5:20 Ariel Kalma: didgeridoo, vocals, keyboards, programming - Magella Gall: lyrics
9. Didgein by 1k Science, 5:25 F. Lelonek: percussion, programming - C. Sandbothe: drums - Korall: didgeridoo
10. The Australian Purple by Bhakta, 4:44 Bhakta: music programming & production - Bharam: santur - Niten & Svargo: didge
11. Totem (C. Lane, S. Fergie, M. Aitchinson) by OKA, 5:24 Stu Fergie: didgeridoo - Matt Aitchinson: keyboards - Chris Lane: flute
12. Didge Jam (1k Science remix) by Ariel Kalma, 5:55 (see our music video on YouTube) Ariel Kalma: didgeridoo, saxophone - F. Lelonek: percussion, programming, effects - C. Sandbothe: drums
13. Freja by Andy Graham, 5:02 Andy Graham: didgeridoo, 'didjbow' strings, drums, shakers - Janessa Horner: vocals - Dave Tomkins: bass guitar

Watch track 6 BigBamBoo by Yomano on our Music Mosaic Channel on YouTube

Watch track 12 Didge Jam (1k Science Remix) by Ariel Kalma on our Music Mosaic Channel on YouTube


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Reviews

Didgeridoo Trance Dance 2 reviewed by Music Design

It would be difficult to find an instrument more versatile than the didgeridoo. Need proof? Check out this adrenaline-pumping mix compiled by the folks at Music Mosaic, on which you will hear the didg in the background, foreground, as a rhythm instrument and even mimicking vocoder-processed vocals. Back to the adrenaline-pumping aspect of the album, the clubby beats here will definitely keep you on your toes, with plenty of energy from beginning to end.

Take, for example, "BigBamBoo" from Yomano… the song is a veritable kaleidoscope of pulsating beats, surreal electro effects and didgeridoo that ricochets all over the place. Papi Moreno drops the tempo and ups the groove factor with "D.J. Redo, another highlight." A great showcase for the power of the didgeridoo, the album lives up to name by providing one of the most exhilerating drone experiences this side of the outback.

Didgeridoo Trance Dance 2 reviewed by Tony Bates: Station Librarian 100.7 Highlands FM

Take some jazz, add some funk, blend well with some didgeridoo. Rest a while; take a sip followed by blending, very carefully, some transient sounds, chill and electronica. Let it stand. Turn up the volume, take in the percussion, taste the tropical north and fuse with some dreamtime. Don't overdo the trippin' but enjoy the sheer energy. Result? 'Didgeridoo Trance Dance 2' perfectly crafted just for you.

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