VIDEO#2- INTACT OPRA MUSIC CHANTING; http://community.extratv.com/profile/SHARLIE101
The soca favorites you grew up with mixed by Vp Premier in a smooth party mix! https://firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.instagram.com/vppremier https://soundcloud.com/vppremiermusic https://facebook.com/vppremier Tracklist - 1. Baron - Don't Rock It So 2. De Might Trini - Curry Tabanca 3. Baron - Raja Rani 4. Baron - Somebody 5. Gypsy - Soca Train 6. Byron Lee - Tiny Winy 7. Byron Lee - Give Me Soca 8. Rootsman - Rock Me Rock Me 9. Duke - Thunder 10. David Rudder - Hammer 11. Arrow - O La Soca 12. Ras Isley - Spring Garden 13. Byron Lee - If I Rude I Rude 14. Byron Lee - Bump & Wine 15. Taxi - Dollar Wine 16. Winston Soso - I Don't Mind 17. Arrow - Long Time 18. Lord Kitchener - No Wuk For Carnival 19. Baron - The Jammer 20. Baron - Buss Up Shot 21. Arrow - Keep On Grooving 22. Arrow - Hot Hot Hot
This song, Awo awo Manye was recorded at a Tribal Spirit Retreat facilitated by John Bowker at the Boghill Centre Kilfenora, Co Clare ireland. Oct 2010. this short clip is all that was filmed of a deep chant session which in itself was just a small part of a weekend retreat. Written by John Bowker this version of the chant was unrehearsed and harmonies were created in the moment by John and the group. more info www.tribalspiritdrumming.org. This video was first uploaded by clockwisehat on Feb 12, 2011
Ataman Yildirim - Landeskoordinator für interkulturelle Väterarbeit (Raum Düsseldorf)
The Banjara, a group of traditional music, consisting of eight excellent musicians and dancers, all hail from the Thar desert. Heirs of ... Tout » an ancient culture, today, under the direction of Kamal Kant, himself a musician and a dancer who has been living in France for over a decade, they are the ambassadors of the great Banjara tradition which stands at the cross roads of classical North Indian music and the skilful art of Persia. The lively rhythms, bordering frenzy, which accompany the whirling dancers in their famous costumes of a thousand, scintillating mirrors, are an invitation to a journey rich in colour and emotion, following in the footsteps of the gypsies of Rajasthan.