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dalai beldiri

13 April 1999 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 13 April 1999
  • Release Date: 13 April 1999
  • Label: Wicklow
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  • Total Length: 46:05
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  • ASIN: B001GXM9J0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 262,045 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By shadrach_z@hotmail.com on 15 Jan. 2001
Format: Audio CD
Of the three albums that are easily available from Yat-Kha, I rate this one as the best. While most listeners I imagine are attracted to this band by the founder/guitarist's incredibly deep smoky voice, this album has an edge over the previous one (Yenisei-Punk) for featuring Aldyn-ool Sevek's crystalline 'sygyt' overtone singing as well (most people who haven't heard it before think it's some flute-like instrument). The album is generally less dark than its predecessor, and somewhat rockier (they had added a drummer to the line-up for this album). The main flaw with Dalai-Beldiri is that many of the songs feature lengthly fade-outs that should have been shortened, and the last track, with the drummer Zhenya Tkachov on lead vocals, is occasionally scary but mostly just dull. Still, tunes such as 'Ydyk Buura' and A. Laptan's 'Dyngyldai' are incredibly infectious, even if you can't decypher the words, and the acoustic ballad 'Charash Karaa' is probably the most beautiful moment in guitarist/singer Albert Kuvezin's recording career. If you buy only one album of Tuvan music this month, make sure it's this one. By the way, if anyone out in cyberspace knows where I can get a copy of Albert Kuvezin's extremely rare solo album 'Antropofagia', I'd be most interested if you could get back to me.
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