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Drumming Planet

by Various Artists

Vivacious Ethno-Trance drum mixes resonate from an array of percussion instruments (log, dumbeck, pony, derbuka, dhol, bhodran, frame, jun-jun, tablas, etc).
Genre: World: World Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Drumming Circle by Professor Trance
Professor Trance
6:43 $0.99
2. Invocation by Gabrielle Roth & The Mirrors
Gabrielle Roth & The Mirrors
6:24 $0.99
3. Keonukpo by Adesa
3:47 $0.99
4. The Prodigal Son by Keiya
4:37 $0.99
5. The Shisha Room by Solace
5:21 $0.99
6. Utsheva by Baul Bishwa
Baul Bishwa
4:39 $0.99
7. Sister's Gonna Dance Now by Native Ground
Native Ground
5:06 $0.99
8. The Owl Dance by Gomer Edwin Evans
Gomer Edwin Evans
8:41 $0.99
9. Talkings Drums by Ariel Kalma
Ariel Kalma
4:20 $0.99
10. Samhain by Phil Thornton
Phil Thornton
6:05 $0.99
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Album Notes
Music Mosaic, an Australian-based label is offering "the pulse of global harmony" through a colorful array of compilations in World Fusion & New Age Music from renowned and emerging musicians around the globe. Music Mosaic encourages all cultures and nations to live together respectfully on our planet Earth. The music features multicultural musical expressions from diverse countries, yet the sounds flow together in a beautiful mosaic! Each compilation features exceptional tracks from international and local artists based around a specific theme and style of music.

Album Description:

Vivacious Ethno-Trance drum mixes resonate from an array of percussion instruments (log, dumbeck, pony, derbuka, dhol, bhodran, frame, jun-jun, tablas, etc). Hypnotic rhythms pulsate with ancient roots in ritual ceremonies from the South Pacific, Africa, Ireland, Native America, India and other exotic regions. Breathe deeply... then move, stretch and embrace a rich mythical sound-journey unfurling within these tribal-music fires.

Published reviews:

Jive Magazine, by The Evil Couch, May 2003
Writing reviews for Music Mosaic albums is getting pretty dull. There's only so many ways I can say, "This is absolutely awesome" before I begin to repeat myself. "Drumming Planet" manages to combine a wide variety of cultures and styles and express their individual qualities, while maintaining a common thread. Drumming Planet manages to prove once more than Music Mosaic is your answer to your need for World Beat.

The Muse's Muse, by Ben Ohmart, February 2003
Entrancing in a trance-like dance beat, all worlds collide into something intensely moving, in more ways than a pun. Instruments like log, dhol, pony jun-jun, tablas, derbuka and other keen Scrabble scores make this bouncy soundtrack a real keeper. And why not? Music Mosaic is one of the finest labels around for this 22nd century world beat., by Michelle Pirovich, February 2003
Opening with fiery beats and a deeply hypnotic rhythm, you are immediately taken in by the sounds around you, and as the album progresses the beats definitely take hold. Shuffling, gyrating, seductive and at times menacing 'Drumming Planet' moves dramatically from style to style, brilliantly capturing the beauty and wonderment of each. Turn this one loud and give yourself a lot of space, for on Drumming Planet, motion becomes a state of mind.



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Makes you want to get up and dance!
I loved the varity that this c.d. had to offer and listening to it made me want to get up and dance. The last song was slow, but beautiful. It pulled you into a different land with green lush rolling hills and the Morrighan washing the armor of the dead. Very well done!