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Winds of Warning: Digeridoo/World Music
Adam Plack, Johnny (White Ant) Soames
Winds of Warning: Digeridoo/World Music
Genres: World Music, New Age, Pop
 
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All Artists: Adam Plack, Johnny (White Ant) Soames
Title: Winds of Warning: Digeridoo/World Music
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Australian Music
Original Release Date: 6/6/1994
Re-Release Date: 10/21/1994
Genres: World Music, New Age, Pop
Styles: Australia & New Zealand, Meditation
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 016998312322, 763912200226

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"I used to blast this over a 100 watt stereo in a warehouse with 15 inch woofers. The incredible chants and "primative" music would form standing waves in places as I walked around designing my electrical laser supplies late at night.Some songs would dislodge huge sections of acoustic energy and create wind like effects. I often felt like beings were next to me or touching me. This is not like any music you have ever heard, yet it fascinates everyone who is exposed to it.After playing Winds of Warning for several weeks I began to feel like some of my personal demons were being exorcised. They were. I quit that laser company and now have my own computer graphics studio where, yes, we still play this amazing album.In fact, I'm here writing this for Amazon because an Intern liked the album so much she wanted to buy a copy."
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"I first bought this CD over 8 years ago and it remains one of my favorites.

The first track alone is worth buying the album for. Track 7 is also noteworthy. It contains a didgeridoo being played in a manner that imitates various things. (a common practice among didgeridoo playing) The imitations are a boomerang, blow fly, crickets, bullfrogs, a cave, crow, pigeon, kookaburras, an emu, raven, dingo, kangaroo, dog, and lizard.

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