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|Various Artists, Axiom of Choice, Karumanta Jamuyku|
Portraits in Sound 1: Collection of World Music
Genres: Alternative Rock, World Music, New Age, Pop
This is a collection of selections from X Dot 25 Music roster of World Music artists. Featuring songs from Haunted By Waters, Mythos, Axiom of Choice, Aldoush & the Human Exchange, Yussi & Django, Zoroofchi, Parinaz, and ... more »
This is a collection of selections from X Dot 25 Music roster of World Music artists. Featuring songs from Haunted By Waters, Mythos, Axiom of Choice, Aldoush & the Human Exchange, Yussi & Django, Zoroofchi, Parinaz, and the rest of the best in World Music. This CD will give you a taste from the menu of magical World Music by pioneers of world music X DOT 25 Music. Seventy-three minutes of music that takes you on a journey to distant realms and other eras. Enjoy this collection of the best in world music! Style/Genre: World /Fusion/Ambient Instrumentation: Various World and Western Instruments.
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Another Editorial Review
Earl R. Sutton | Detroit, MI, USA | 11/10/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
""When hanging a portrait, it is very important what frame you choose. World Domination invites us to consider melody 'portraits' from the Middle East, Azerbaijan, Africa, South America, etc. in contemporary western 'frames.' The lyric and background meld together succinctly thanks to the fact that these talented and developed artists are based in San Francisco, Vancouver, Seattle, Los Angeles and so on. They are knowledgeable both in the ethnic sounds they are bringing out and the culture they are bringing it into. This collection also works as a label sampler to the World Domination progressive world music label. Each track is off of a full-length X Dot 25/ World Domination release. Full information on the artists and source albums is provided in the full-color booklet. Among the salient cuts here are the amazing gypsy/flamenco guitar duets of Yussi & Django, masterful tabla percussion from Emma & Friends and the operatic tenor of Yaqub Zoroofchi. ~ Thomas Schulte, All Music Guide""