Download links and information about Drumming Planet. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Dancefloor, World Music, Dance Pop genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 55:43 minutes.
|Genre:||Dancefloor, World Music, Dance Pop|
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|1.||Drumming Circle (Professor Trance)||6:43|
|2.||Invocation (Mirrors, Gabrielle Roth)||6:24|
|4.||The Prodigal Son (Keiya)||4:37|
|5.||The Shisha Room (Solace)||5:21|
|6.||Utsheva (Baul Bishwa)||4:39|
|7.||Sister's Gonna Dance Now (Native Ground)||5:06|
|8.||The Owl Dance (Gomer Edwin Evans)||8:41|
|9.||Talking Drums (Ariel Kalma)||4:20|
|10.||Samhain (Phil Thornton)||6:05|
Music-Mosaic continued expanding its impressive catalog of compilation albums that blend ethnic and tribal textures with techno and dance grooves. This compilation features worldbeat percussion to great effect. The crystalline, full-range production sounds phenomenal, with seamless transitions between the various artists, including Professor Trance, Gabrielle Roth & the Mirrors, Adesa, Keiya, Solace, Baul Bishwa, Native Ground, Edwin Evans, Ariel Kalma, and Phil Thornton. Seemingly every ethnic percussion instrument under the sun is used in one place or another, and the results are consistent and trance-inducing — a tribal feast of rhythm and one of the best-sounding Music-Mosaic compilations to date.