Sambandha | Universal Language

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Universal Language

by Sambandha

The global journey continues...only this time we added more of our own internationally inspired creations. While keeping traditions alive, we also created some new ones through the universal language of music. Dance! Love! Enjoy!
Genre: World: World Traditions
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Dance of the Kurd
3:49 $2.99
2. Ngawa Kweli
3:06 $0.99
3. Bucimis
3:44 $0.99
4. O Polynesia
5:02 $0.99
5. Nasim
5:19 $2.99
6. The Journey of Captain Tole
5:42 $2.99
7. Ey Walla
4:27 $0.99
8. East Wind
4:44 $2.99
9. Pasion
4:24 $0.99
10. Palestine 1930
3:08 $0.99
11. E Vui Durmite Ancora
3:04 $0.99
12. El Sendero
6:34 $0.99
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Album Notes
When people are first getting introduced to our band, they ask us, "What do you mean World Music??" when they want to know what we sound like, and we basically say "everything.....except for hip hop, rap, heavy metal, rock and country". What inspires us to create the music that we do, such as what you hear in "Univeral Language", is that every country has great music and we find we get bored playing the same style of music all of the time. Equally, with globalization and humanity slowly figuring out we are all one, we find that, more and more, audiences around the world get bored listening to a performance that all starts sounding the same.
It is hard for us to choose which songs and tunes to put on our albums because we have so many, so we mostly go for the tunes that get the biggest reactions from our fans, as well as, a good mix of cultural flavors. We also try to add a nice variety of dancable grooves as well. Most of our live performances include dancers. Though we started out mostly instrumental, we are now balancing out our vocal selections. Learning another laguage takes longer than to learn a new musical instrument for us which has been the primary reason why we have fewer songs. However, when we do sing, audiences keep requesting more and we are taking the challenge. We are fortunate to live in a very culturally diverse city and have lots of people from which to learn languages outside of the more common ones like English and Spanish. This has been a fun new endeavor for our group. Stay tuned for the next evolution of Sambandha.........



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