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Folk & Pop Sumatra V1 CD

V/A Audio CD

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pure Sumatran bliss 20 Nov 2003
By Damian Murphy - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Highly recommended. I'm so tired of crappy world music albums that all obviously draw from the same shallow pool of music from any given region. The music on this album is extremely diverse and unlike anything I've ever heard before. You'll find everything that any self respecting eclectic music fan fed up with time-abused formulas and predictable corporate backed "avant garde" music could ever hope for. Sun City Girls fans especially will enjoy this music (not only were the recordings gathered by members of the Girls, but they have covered more than one of the tracks). Traditional instrumentation, cheap electronics, air raid sirens fed through cheap PA systems (I'm guessing? I think it's supposed to sound like a rooster crowing) and much, much more - expect the unexpected.
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5.0 out of 5 stars booya 20 April 2013
By ud - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
found this for $1 at a resale store, had no idea of Sublime Frequencies and their work. excellent collection, daunting in some respect because it is really beautiful and harrowing and hard to realize that it all comes from Indonesia, as in, you will lose respect for all the western music you thought was legit because this is stellar stuff. wish i could give my respect to these artists themselves instead of through a seattle label, but it is only through SF's collections that we will ever come across this music, so it is the price we pay but it is not as great as the price they pay. like APP destroying all of their land.
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