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|Patriodidge||Peter Spoecker||didjeridu||Quick Toots||Michael Elvis Griffin||didjeridu||Funky Folksy||Randy Graves||didjeridu||Peter Spoecker||other||Duet||David Blonski||didjeridu||Michael Elvis Griffin||didjeridu||Udulation||Carl Roessler||didjeridu, drums||Octopus Jargon||Stephen Kent||didjeridu||Seven Four||Dave Crowder||didjeridu||Michael Bromann||drum||Small Pepsi||Tim Whitemore||didjeridu||Under the Basement||Peter Spoecker||didjeridu||Temple Horn||Michael Elvis Griffin||didjeridu||Clear Plastic||Michael Elvis Griffin||didjeridu||Leather||Michael Elvis Griffin||didjeridu||Paper Maché||Michael Elvis Griffin||didjeridu||Clay||Peter Spoecker||didjeridu||Arnhem Express||Peter Spoecker||didjeridu, jaw harp, percussion||Breathe of Fire||Allan Shockley||didjeridu||Rhythm Flow||Peter Spoecker||percussion||Randy Graves||didjeridu||Yael||Ed Drury||didjeridu||Didj-O-Scat||David Blonski||didjeridu, vocals||Michael Elvis Griffin||didjeridu||Wadidatakawa||Randy Graves||didjeridu||American Dream||Peter Spoecker||didjeridu, jaw harp, percussion||Deep Alaska||Tim Whitemore||Alaska ceder didj||Afritootin'||Peter Spoecker||didjeridu, percussion||Nother Duet||Oliver Waldis||didjeridu||Peter Spoecker||didjeridu||Clay USA||Barry Hall||didjeridu and other clay instruments||Jammin' Free||David Blonski||didjeridu||Peter Spoecker||didjeridu||Astral Dreaming||Keith Leaman||didjeridu||Didgeridreams||Merkaba||didjeridu and other stuff||Hip Hop||Michael Elvis Griffin||didjeridu||Getting Jiggy||Allen Smith||didjeridu, drums||Three Strands||Peter Spoecker||didjeridu||Trapped||Mike Spencer-Harty||didjeridu, synthesizer, percussion||Didgeridooya||Alana Cini||didjeridu, percussion||Snake Charming||Peter Spoecker||didjeridu||Carl Roessler||other||Urban Primitive||Dominic Gaudious||guitar||David Blonski||didjeridu||Weaving||Michael Elvis Griffin||didjeridu||David Blonski||didjeridu||Wild Hog||Big Blow and the Bushwhackers||lots of stuff||Rediscovered||David Blonski||didjeridu||Twining||Randy Graves||didjeridu||Dominic Gaudious||guitar||Weird 4 U?||Peter Spoecker||didjeridu||Earth Dance||Randy Graves||didjeridu, vocals||Peter Spoecker||didjeridu||Stacc||Michael E. Griffin||didjeridu||Dominic Gaudious||guitar||Descending||Randy Graves||didjeridu, more||Ancient America||Peter Spoecker||didjeridu, percussion||David Blonski||flute||Rhythm Dreaming||Randy Graves||didjeridu||Dominic Gaudious||guitar||Brothers||Randy Graves||didjeridu, more||Distant Dreaming||Steve Roach|
double CD, Playing time 2:26:00 minutes
publisher not known - number not known , Peter Spoecker, P.O. BOX 721, Joshua Tree, CA 92252
This is without a doubt the most ambitious album project of my life. It includes 18 individual performers and 2 bands, for a total of 26 musicians. There are many didgeridoo solos, duets, and ensemble pieces by America's best known didgeridoo players as well as by many outstandingly talented lesser known players. There are also quite a few compositions that include a variety of other instruments. In some cases the didgeridoo is accompanied by very simple percussion, perhaps only clapsticks, and in other cases there are more complex assortments of instruments, including guitar, drums and percussion from all over the world, jaw harp, shenai, vocals, synthesizer, and more. The overall variety in didge playing styles and music production is simply astounding. Much of the material was recorded in my studio, but quite a bit was recorded by the various artists in other studios. The common thread that ties it all together is inspired didgeridoo playing and a commitment to feature the didge as a vital component of every composition. Most of the didge tracks were done with traditional Australian eucalyptus didges, but many were also done with agave (an American Southwest desert plant) didges and with didges made out of a great variety of other materials.
Reviewer: Peter Spoecker