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Early Traditional Instruments In Asia

VARIOUS - Early Traditional Instruments In Asia

VARIOUS

Early Traditional Instruments In Asia

Format: 140 gram audiophile vinyl LP limited to 300 copies
Cat: SK 004
Released: 11 Jul 17
Genre: International
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. "Ancient Maori Song, New Zealand" (0:35)
2. "Australia Tribal Music" (0:23)
3. "Philippines Hanunoo Music" (0:28)
4. "India Old Religious Music" (0:53)
5. "Old Classic Music From India" (2:04)
6. "Folk From Burma" (1:28)
7. "Traditional From Burma" (1:55)
8. "Traditional From Philippines" (0:36)
9. "Japnese Ritual Music" (0:24)
10. "Hanunoo From Philippines" (0:33)
11. "Old Traditional From Australia" (0:39)
12. "Dream Songs From Malaya" (1:26)
13. "Traditional From India" (2:34)
Side 2
1. "Folk From Burma" (1:34)
2. "Religious Music From India" (2:09)
3. "Traditional From Philippines" (1:29)
4. "Folk Music From Japan" (2:42)
5. "Hanunoo From Philippines" (1:37)
6. "Pakistan Traditional" (2:10)
7. "Folk From Burma" (2:01)
8. "Traditional From Southeast Asia" (4:24)
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Review

Since launching earlier this year, the admirable Shiok label has delivered two killer compilations of traditional Indonesian music, often sourced from dusty old records pressed up in the first half of the 20th century. This similarly fine collection casts its net wider, gathering together obscure recordings of centuries old instruments and traditional songs from across Asia and Australasia. It's kind of like a history lesson for those interested in indigenous instrumentation and musical folk tradition and it's really very good. Some of the recordings are a little crackly, to say the least - a by-product of being lifted from old Shellac '78s, we suspect - but it only adds to the album's atmospheric, exotic and intoxicating feel.

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