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Into the Soul
|Greg Callahan||percussion, voice|
|Larry Cammarata||winds, percussion|
|Randy Graves||koto, didjeridu, guitars, voice|
CD, Playing time 65:18 minutes
(1997) Ginger Root Records - GRR-001
Didgeridoo, Koto, Native-American Flute, Khaen, Sitar, Voices,& World Percussion - This album captures our unique blend of instrumentation from around the planet which we weave into a rich montage of heart pounding percussion and soothing melodies.
This CD has 12 tracks, plus one unlisted "outtake' track. I guess it can be best described as tribal / dancable vs. say amibent or meditative. Lots of percussion instruments, flutes, bells, and voices - singing, ululations, and speaking, and other stuffs etc. etc. (wooden stool? american singing potlids? I presume someone picked up a round iron potlid, sounds great though). Although not explicitly credited as such, i think there are some throat singing in the last 3 tracks too. Some of the music really makes you think, and do introspection. Randy is very skillful with the didj. I think his style is similar to and a mishmash of Kent/Thomas/Wiggins. His didj is the main focus of most tracks and he does a very good job. Overall, a highly listenable CD. Recommended.