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by Ilgi

"Not Just For One Day" brought Latvian folk music to No. 2 on the World Music Charts Europe. Latvian songs of courtship and marriage as never before.
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1. Osi, klavi, ozolini
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2. Tautiet's judza, balins judza
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3. Aizalaida sauleite
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4. Sola mani mamulina
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5. Ai, mate, ai, mate
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6. Dej, eglite, lec, eglite
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7. Skiratiesi, zosu pulki
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8. Skaista mana ligavina
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9. Visi mezi guni dega
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10. Ligodama upe nesa
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11. Viena saule, viena zeme
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12. Kodala, spreslica
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Album Notes
"In this set of songs of courtship and marriage, rich with nature imagery and sun, god and goddess references, the quintet (the others contributing vocals, guitar, trough fiddle, mandolin, domra, balalaika, bass and percussion) is joined for a track each by Ugandan Samite's kalimba and voice and Marc Fedder's banjo, but in general the album, while probably Ilgi's strongest yet, isn't radically different in sound from its immediate predecessors. Except, that is, for the much heftier than usual, hypnotically guitar-churning, bass- bowing, bagpipe-squealing incantatory track “Dej, Eglite, Lec, Eglite” (Fir Tree Is Dancing), a sudden leap into Hedningarna-like territory that might be the one that caught the ears of European world music DJs and propelled the album into the World Music Charts Europe. " - Andrew Cronshaw, fRoots (Oct. 2006)

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