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geld heeft geen waarde....muziek wel combos of ethnic ambient/postrock/progrock/jazz/avantgarde/drones elements. Awesome and sometimes very raw avantgardish debut from an amazing band, and still alive today. 1999 release, originally. Comes with extra images of the CD release Favorite track: Karpaty Magiczne /Magic Carpathians.
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The first album by the Magic Carpathians Project recorded in May 1999, including field recordings from Swayambhunath Stupa in Kathmandu Nepal as well as various types of vocalization of birds, wolves, insects and amphibians.

Recording musicians:
Anna Nacher: voice, guitar, didja drums, kalimba, mini-harmonium, frame drums from India & Uzbekistan, Iranian bells, Tibetan singing bowls
Marek Styczynski: Slovakian fujara, bass loop fujara, X oboe, Tibetan d'ung trumpet, flutes from India, Bulgaria and Ukraine, didjeridu, clarinet, shachnai, toys
Ramunas Jaras (Lithuania): mini moog, clarinet, voice
Janek Kubek: tabla, djembe
Maciej Maciejewski: guitar
Tomasz Radziuk: bass guitar
Agnieszka Obradović-Maciejewska: voice

Tomasz Berezinski: design

recording & mix: Aleksander Wilk, Studio S-5, Radio Kraków

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released June 20, 1999

Music: Anna Nacher, Marek Styczynski
Lyrics: Anna Nacher, traditional Serbian song's lyrics ("Crna Gora listom urodila)

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Magic Carpathians Project Kraków, Poland

Active since 1998. Mournful vocals, eerie woodwinds, hypnotic drones, primal rythms, noise collages, rich sonic tapestries.
Singer/guitarist Anna Nacher exceptional vocal expression is built on techniques of throat singing developed across Central Asia and Eastern Europe. Marek Styczynski employs a Turkmen hydjak or prepared dulcimer accompanied with home made analog sine wave modulators.
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