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 Birds Dance

Naturally Groovy

Getting on the dance floor, jammin' with the birds! An Australian fusion of ambient birds and world-beat mixes...
Guess what is what among the chatter, twitter, trill, Hoot, drone, rumble, chirp, cluck, shriek, growl, hum, pulse, buzz… What a mingle!

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Track Description
1. Kodiak’s Song (for Nicole) by Didge Therapy feat: Joseph Carringer, Jonathan Santarelli, Garrett Finn, 6:26 Vastness of Australian landscape, birds singing almost everywhere...
2. Butcherbird Boogie by Dr Didge Dolphin / Tarshito, 6:39 The Butcherbird sings these incredible bluesy riffs, captured and set to a groove.
3. Monga Bird by Charlie McMahon & Gondwana, 6:36 An owl and loop rhythm, an ambient house cool didge track.
4. Bird Tribe by Ash Dargan, 5:02 Clap sticks, hand percussion, bird calls and flute calls. A more traditional yidaki pulse in the ancient land.
5. Emu Drum Dance by Ariel Kalma, 3:49 Flightless bird, emus have a pouch in their throat and is used for communication. They make deep booming, drumming, and grunting sounds. Can you recognise it from the hand percussions?
6. Amazonia by Ruben van Rompaey, 4:19 Echoes of birds calling a Middle-Eastern melody until a didgeridoo drones the ever changing view point.
7. Platypus Rock by Brainscapes, 4:41 Timeworn mystery of the forest, bird;, remote voices mix with a primordial didgeridoo before dance takes over.
8. Doo Birds by Papi Moreno & Ariel Kalma, 3:43 Slow didgeridoo in phase with an Australian bird concert to relax.
9. Don’t Sleep Too Long by Andrew Clermont’s Supper Club, 4:55 Joyous, sometimes delirious bird cacophony between tablas, didgeridoo, and a very effected violin!


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!