01 – Pashtu Landay – Dambura and voice
02 – Pashtu Ghazal – Voice with robab
03 – Pashtu Ensemble – Harmonium, robab, tabla, zerbaghali
04 – Babulala – Dambura and voices
05 – Song from Nangarhar – Robab, tabla, harmonium and voice
06 – Sorna and Dhol
07 – Char Bayti – Voice
08 – Herat Ensemble – Dotar, zerbaghali, tasak and voice
09 – Olang Olang – Dayra and voice
10 – Song from Northern Herat – Dotar and voice
11 – Tula – Instrumental
12 – Ghichak and Zerbaghali – Instrumental
13 – Ensemble of Northern Afghanistan – Dambura, voice, tasak and zerbaghali
very interesting. thanks for posting this.
This is great, please more of it. Just out of curiosity (and to get the best possible listening experience), would it be possible for you to offer uploads in FLAC lossless too?
sorry, just Mp3
Moos, is this the next galaxy? I’m going to check this out
..what can I say, this is the netherlands..
When I play this kind of music to others at times, they believe you’re are some weird psycho 🙂 but I think this is great stuff ! Don’t hesitate to post more if you can.
The occassional coughs on this live recording are priceless by the way 🙂 Thanks Moos
Not our usual fare at Global Groove, but a welcome addition to my collection. The fidelity is remarkably good for this kind of material. Thank you, Moos!
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