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Disc 1
01 02 :55
02
Effisio Melis Fiorassio (Sardinia)
03 :10
03
Savelli Walevitch Techudo Techudiessa (Russia)
02 :33
04
Fonseka and Party Kapirigna (Ceylon/Sri Lanka)
04 :32
05
Bhoora Singh and Party Jat Song (Rajahstan)
03 :13
06
Septeto Matamoros Oye Mi Coro (Cuba)
03 :04
07
Anon. Group Dance Song (Rumania)
03 :15
08 03 :08
09
Stephanya G. Penchevya Selska Ratschentitza (Macedonia)
03 :05
10 02 :43
11 02 :43
Disc 2
01
Zwabesho Sibisi Angihambe (South Africa)
02 :17
02
Imperial Household Orchestra Isé-no-Umi (Japan)
03 :05
03
Master Manahar Barve Gungru Tarang (India)
03 :20
04 02 :52
05
Eric Sahlstrom Byggnan (Sweden)
03 :11
06
Raderman-Beckerman Orchestra A Europaische Kolomyka (Yiddish)
02 :52
07
Goralska Orkiestra Nie Smuccie Sie Tatry (Poland)
03 :10
09
Haile, Ighigou, et al. Medina (Abyssinia/Ethiopia)
03 :04
10
La Niña De Los Peines Alegrías (Andalucia)
02 :43
11 03 :20
12
Andi Thakambau Isa Lei (Fiji)
02 :33
ARTIST
TITLE
The Secret Museum Of Mankind Vol. I
FORMAT
2LP

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RELEASE DATE
3/30/2010

2015 repress. Subtitled: Ethnic Music Classics: 1925-48. This series of archival 78 transfers was originally released in 1995 on CD only. Now for the first time on vinyl, a deluxe gatefold presentation in a limited edition pressing. Produced by Hisham Mayet (Sublime Frequencies) in conjunction with Yazoo Records. Compiled here are many of the greatest performances of world and ethnic music ever recorded. This volume represents a trip around the world, stopping at each port to sample one of that country's finest recordings of its indigenous music. Each of these recordings was captured at a period during the golden age of recording when traditional styles were at their peak of power and emotion. Included inside are extensive notes and beautiful period photographs that work together with the music to communicate an exciting sense of discovery. "One of the most consistently rewarding world music compilations in years, the cuts range from Macedonian fiddle jaunts to Puerto Rican Christmas tunes, from Abyssinian religious chants to ominous Japanese court music. The instruments include Ukrainian sleigh bells, Sardinian triple pipes, Vietnamese moon lutes and Ethiopian one-string violins...a profound artistry lurks beneath the alien vernaculars." --Village Voice; Vol. 1 contains music from Nigeria, Sardinia, Russia, Ceylon, Rajahstan, Cuba, Rumania, Vietnam, Macedonia, Morocco, Society Islands, South Africa, India, Japan, Jamaica, Fiji, and more.