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Back Tuva Future
 : Back Tuva Future



by: Ondar


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Price: $13.98
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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0798804992811
Item Dimensions: 2555016550
Label: Warner Nashville
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Warner Nashville
MPN: na
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: January 12, 1999
Publisher: Warner Nashville
Release Date: May 21, 2013
Running Time: 72 minutes
Studio: Warner Nashville

Features:
  • Produced by David Hoffner.
  • Manufactured by Warner Brothers.



Disc 1:
  1. Tuva Groove
  2. Good Horses
  3. Where Has My Country Gone?
  4. Kargyraa Rap
  5. Little Yurt On The Prairie
  6. The Other Side Of The Mountain
  7. Two Lands, One Tribe
  8. Big River
  9. My Tuva
  10. Harness Your Horse And Catch The Wind
  11. Bonus Track 1
  12. Bonus Track 2
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Product Description:
Back Tuva Future by Ondar

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Amazon.com:
The ancient, multitone singing technique from Tuva (which lies just north of Mongolia) is relocated to the heartland of America on Back Tuva Future, a CD recorded by Nashville honchos Jim Ed Norman, David Hoffner, and Ralph Leighton. With guest appearances from Willie Nelson, Randy Scruggs, and Bill Miller, these 10 tracks take on the shape of a multicultural hoedown in more ways than one. Curiously, the country ethos and Tuvan tradition have much in common--herding livestock, horses, and (of course) pretty women--so the subject matter is harmonious. The combination of Ondar's guttural, polyphonic throat singing and country music is at first distracting but eventually gets carried along by the enthusiasm of the participants. There are also a couple of hip-hop/rap tracks and occasional New Age reference points, so you can assume that this genre bender is aimed at the adventurous listener rather than the anthropologic purist. --Derek Rath



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