Didgeridoo Groove - Music Mosaic Collection

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1. Didgeridoo Groove  07.10 minutes
From smooth jazz to funky jungle, from the vast Australian outback to the smoldering cyber-clubs of Bombay.Trip-out with this groove journey into the modern world of the ancient didgerioo - enhanced with drums, guitar, sax, throat singing, bass, synthesizer, sitar, native Amrican flutes and other multicultural instruments,
by Ariel Kalma.
2. Universal Dance  03.32 minutes
Ethno trance percussion and groovy drums, a moving dance with dumbeck, log drums, Balinese hand cymbals, didgeridoo, saxwahphone, keyboards and effects. Ariel Kalma: didgeridoo, saxophone Stephen Be: dumbeck Mat Goodwin: log drums Greg Sheehan: Balinese cymbals,
by Ed Drury.
3. Red Centre Awakens  03.41 minutes
Multicultural dance grooves where an aboriginal didgeridoo meets an American Indian tribe with drumming, shaker, chants and flute. Ed Drury: didgeridoo, native flute, drums, programming,
by Sounds of the Outback
4. Shade  04.55 minutes
Uplifting track in a driving rhythm - listen to the didgeridoo as the Red Center awakens to another day.Gary Cannell: didgeridoo Chris Cockburn: keyboards Peter Chappell: percussion,
by Gondwana.
5. Little People  04.16 minutes
Multi-layered didgeridu riffs and traditional Arnhem Land voices mixed with dance floor drum'n bass to create an original earth sound. Charlie McMahon: didgeridoo Eddy Duquemin: percussion Djoili Liawonga: vocals Tom Kelly: vocals,
by Steven Cragg
6. Crooked  05.30 minutes
Chill trance world funk groove tribal nature mystery, percussion and sounds of the deep rain forest.Steven Cragg: didgeridoo, programming, percussion, vocals,
by Orocol
7. Taralinga Lila  06.23 minutes
Tribal meeting of 3 didgeridoos with 3 percussions, overseen by the master shaker. Adam Henwood: didgeridoo Ben Crook: percussion,
by Tarshito / Sangeet.
8. Balanda Dancing  05.16 minutes
Rhythmic dance with tribal Eastern and classical influences. Sangeet: sitar Tarshito: guitar Jimmy: didgeridoo, djembe Mandy: cello,
by Stephan Richter. 

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From smooth jazz to funky jungle, from the vast Australian outback to the smouldering cyber-clubs of Bombay.
Trip-out with this groove journey into the modern world of the ancient didgeridoo - enhanced with drums, guitar, sax, throat singing, bass, synthesizer, sitar, native American flutes and other multicultural instruments.

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