Banabila & Saka | 1993

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1993

by Banabila & Saka

Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Yo Era Ninya De Kaza Alta
Banabila & Saka
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2. Nightmirror
Banabila
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3. Celebration
Banabila
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4. Hem Okudum Hemi De Yazdim
Banabila
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5. Dark
Banabila
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6. Three People, Three Voices
Banabila
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7. After the Journey
Banabila
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8. Bilesin
Banabila
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9. Interior
Banabila
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10. Light
Banabila
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11. The Meeting
Banabila
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12. Travel
Banabila
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13. Zero
Banabila
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14. Sylvan Deity
Banabila
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15. Maas
Banabila
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16. Reflection
Banabila
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17. The Wait
Banabila
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Michel Banabila joined Yaşar Saka for the first time on stage while appearing in 'East meets West' at the Womad festival in Reading, UK 1992. Soon after that they released two albums.

Their music has become timeless and therefore Steamin'Soundworks is thrilled to release an exciting compilation “1993” newly remastered for the occasion. The majority of music they recorded some 25 years ago will be available now on most download/streaming platforms. The compilation "A Living Thing" was released in 1998. Both compilations do include new and/or unreleased tracks.

Yaşar Saka, born in Usak, Turkey, is a multi-instrumentalist. In addition he studied music technology at HKU in The Netherlands, is programmer at Matrix Rotterdam and owner at Yay Music & Media. Michel Banabila, born in Amsterdam, is a composer of name and fame in the electronic music scene. Next to electronics, he uses acoustic instruments, found objects, field recordings and vocal snippets from radio, TV and internet.

PRESS THEN

"Imagine O Yuki Conjugate meeting Cluster? The electronics are dark and moody, brought to life by ethnic/acoustic instruments. The sound is full of strange vibrations. A great listen!" (rodd707)

WESTZEIT (december 1994) - Variety:
The Turkish saz-player Yaşar Saka and Dutch-Yemeni keyboarder Michel Banabila get a hand from a bunch of friends on guitar, hammond, percussion, etc, to mentally decorate their second album The Dreamfields. All ten instrumental tracks, written by the Rotterdam based duo, have a strong meditative quality. This is where traditional instruments collide with electronics in the nicest way possible. Unlike other ambient projects, variety is the spice of this album. Highly recommended. (MH)

AUDION #25 - Curiously esoteric:
Rich instrumentation featuring traditional instruments like melodica, saz, banjo, guitar, etc, are combined with high-tech elements (synthesizers, samplers, etc) and yet mostly the mood is neither ancient nor modern, but curiously esoteric and out of time. (Alan Freeman).

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