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När ljuset går

by Lele Lele Orchestra

The Ultimate Balkan Groove
Genre: World: Bulgarian Folk
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1. Kjuchek agresia
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2. Chie e tova momiche?
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3. Rachenitsa
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4. Marko kove
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5. Dei gidi, ludi, mladi godini
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6. Yove, malai mome
5:48 $0.99
7. Shto mi e merak, Magde
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8. Rila
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9. Svatbarski kjuchek
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10. När ljuset går
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Album Notes
Lele Lele (meaning ”Oh my!” in Bulgarian) is a one of a kind Bulgarian-Swedish band providing hot danceable Bulgarian and Roma grooves. The group has performed music from the Balkans since 2003 and is still exploring the endless possibilities thru different collaborations.
Odd meters, wild improvisations, daring arrangements, lyrical preludiums, dance performances and a feeling of pop are few of the elements that are boiling together in Lele Leles hot Bulgarian pot. The solid base is the Bulgarian folk music that the band delicately arranges for Bulgarian tambura, gadulka, horns, tuba, voices and tupan drum.
This album contains traditional music from different parts of Bulgaria areanged by the band and also some original compositions. The music happened through severeal turbulent years in the life of the band and thus the album is an organic time document of the period 2011-2016.
Musicians on the album:
Sonya Bakoeva – vocals
Mihail Dinchev – tambura, vocals & guitar
Lachezar Karadzhov - trumpet, vocals & bariton horn
Todor Bakoev – gadulka
Stian Grimstad – tuba & trombone
Moa Danielson – tupan (Bulgarian drum)



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