Mike Starling | Didjeriblue, Vol. 1

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Didjeriblue, Vol. 1

by Mike Starling

Deep bass grooves, bluesy guitars and primal didgeridoos converge...where the Outback meets the Delta.
Genre: Electronic: Down Tempo
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Doi The Doo
4:22 album only
2. Ferrocarril
3:45 album only
3. Funkee Monkee
4:11 album only
4. So Longing
14:15 album only
5. Turpentine
3:57 album only
6. Superball
5:09 album only
7. Delta Didj
10:12 album only


Album Notes
"Makes me wanna wear my moose pelvic headdress and power dance spring equinox mountain chants beside the Matanuska Glacier." –Wild Bill Schmidtkunz, Sutton, Alaska.

Born in a small Wisconsin blue-collar town, Mike Starling ditched the assembly line for a long, sometimes circuitous multimedia career working with words, music, still photography and moving pictures. The Didjeriblue project was inspired by travels in Australia, where he first encountered Aborigine street musicians playing the ancient hollowed-out eucalyptus wind instrument called the didgeridoo. You can check out Mike’s latest journeys in sight and sound at mikestarling.com.

Music and sound recordings ©2003 Mike Starling (mikestarling.com). Songs published by Bean Hoy Music (BMI). Performed*, recorded and mixed by Mike Starling at Chateau Doré, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Mastered by Brett Huus at Sound Strations Audio, La Crosse, Wisconsin (soundstrations.com). CD cover photo ©Mike Starling. All rights reserved.

*Reid Runzheimer played the didgeridoo on "Delta Didj." You can hear more of his music at primitivesound.com.

This album was released in the early days of CD Baby, whose founder Derek Sivers offered independent musicians a real opportunity to make fans and sell their music across international borders. It was a great run while it lasted, thanks to everyone around the world who bought the Didjeriblue CD!

With new distribution methods – first downloads... now streaming... tomorrow, who knows? – the compact audio disc format is destined to go the way of 78s and 8-track tapes. When the limited edition run of this high-def audiophile-quality CD runs out, they're gone forever, so grab one while you still can.

Meantime, stop by mikestarling.com, where you can stream full-length versions of our latest recordings (and some classic tracks). Formats may change, but the beat goes on...

Journeys in Sight & Sound | mikestarling.com



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insidiously invigorating
Great background music, just set on repeat, and you'll see how it's insidiously invigorating