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Yigi Yigi
David Hudson
Yigi Yigi
Genres: International Music, Special Interest, New Age
 
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A solo Didgeridoo album by the most versatile performer of the didgeridoo to emerge from Australia! An album to show the depth and intrigue of this ancient wind instrument.

     
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All Artists: David Hudson
Title: Yigi Yigi
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Indig
Original Release Date: 2/1/1997
Release Date: 2/1/1997
Album Type: Import
Genres: International Music, Special Interest, New Age
Style: Australia & New Zealand
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 669910028889, 9312749200421, 766489034027

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A solo Didgeridoo album by the most versatile performer of the didgeridoo to emerge from Australia! An album to show the depth and intrigue of this ancient wind instrument.

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The earliest analogue synth ?
the shiva of ideas | The most isolated capital city on earth. | 12/30/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I bought this on impulse after hearing one of the tracks playing in an indigenous art shop, and upon a few listenings, it's quite amazing. Coming from a electronica background the sound reminds me of analogue synth ambient, like, say, Andrea Parker. Rich resonances and some transients so sharp I find it hard to believe that they are produced vocally.
On the down side it tends to repeat one bar over and over, and even the lovely sounds tend to start to wear after a while, since the didgeridoo is the only instrument for the whole 50-odd minutes.
It's begging to be sampled and remixed."
Yigi Yigi Yadda Yadda Yadda
Dennis J. Menard | St.Louis MO USA | 07/31/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"After much anticipation for the arrival of David Hudson's Yigi Yigi I am somewhat less enthusiastic after hearing it all the way through. Don't get me wrong, David Hudson is one accomplished didge player and deserves the fame that he has reached in his career. It's just that for a solo project like"Yigi Yigi"I was looking for more versatility throughtout the cd,yet it came across as a bit repetitious.Would I recommend buying it? Yes, but if your looking for didge work that will blow you away, this is not it.Still, "Yigi Yigi" is worth hearing to experience David Hudson's hard style playing."