Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Spirit Of Uluru: Music Of Australian Aborigine
Genres: World Music, Pop
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xremyx | The Netherlands, Europe | 02/20/2001
(2 out of 5 stars)
"A good cd for starting didjeridu-lovers, but if you learn more of the instrument and if you listen to various artists, such as David Blanasi, Alan Dargin, Adam Plack and Charlie McMahon, you'll leave this cd in it's case for a long time... However, it's a relaxing, meditational-like album for listening in the background. Especially the song 'awakenings' sounds really good early in the morning!"
Don't miss this!
John Kelley | Portsmouth, Ohio USA | 04/03/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is an extremely good deal. Really good,creepy didgeridoo, some Native Australian percussion, and a few nature sounds.A great intro for those who want to sample Native Australian music,at a price that can't be beat. It's one of my favorites."
It's hard to complain when it costs $6
Example: Mark Twain | optional | 04/29/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The production is bad, the didjeridoos sound muffled and muddy. Seems like a thrown-together, kind of half-assed recording. The liner notes are vague and full of misinformation. So there, I guess I did manage to complain after all. But.. yeah, for six dollars, I can't feel too ripped off. It's hard to find decent, authentic recordings of Australian aboriginal music (in my experience, anyway). And while this may not be a decent, authentic recording of Australian aboriginal music, I still get some enjoyment from listening to it. I have to take what I can get, I guess."