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Author: Joe Zawinul
Publisher: Conshohocken, PA : Escapade Music, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Folk music : Multiple languagesView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Music
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Joe Zawinul
OCLC Number: 36416887
Language Note: Sung in several languages.
Notes: Compact disc.
Digitally remastered analog recording.
Credits and lyrics on folder inserted in container.
Credits: Joe Zawinul, producer ; Ivan Zawinul, co-producer ; Joachim Becker, executive producer.
Performer(s): Joe Zawinul, keyboards, vocals (Austria / USA) ; Vocal soloists: Salif Keita, vocals (Mali) ; Thania Sanchez, vocals (Venezuela) ; Arto Tuncboyaciyan, vocals and percussion (Anatolia) ; Burhan Ocal, vocals (Turkey) ; Richard Bona, vocals and bass (Cameroon) ; Bolot, throatvocalist and topshur (Altai Mountains / South Sibiria) ; Duke Ellington, spoken words (USA) ; The Zawinul Syndicate: Paco Sery, drums and percussion (Ivory Coast) ; Matthew Garrison, bass (USA / Italy) ; Gary Poulson, guitar (USA) ; Arto Tuncboyaciyan, percussion (Anatolia).
Musicians: Alex Acuna, percussion (Peru) ; Trilok Gurtu, percussion (India) ; Rudy Regalado, percussion (Venezuela) ; Michito Sanchez, percussion (Cuba / USA) ; Souleyman Doumbia, percussion (Mali) ; Tal Bergmann, drums and percussion (Israel) ; Amit Chatterjee, guitar (India) ; Osmane Kouyake, guitar (Mali) ; Cheick Tidiane Seck, keyboards (Mali) ; Bobby Malach, saxophone (USA / Poland) ; Mike Mossman, trumpet and trombone (USA) ; Djene Doumbouya, background vocals (Guinea) ; Assitan Dembele, background vocals (Ivory Coast) ; Beto Sabala, background vocals (Peru) ; Kenny O'Braian, background vocals (Venezuela) ; Lucho Avellaneda, background vocals (Peru) ; Broadlahn (Austria): Ernst Huber, Philipp Rottensteiner, Josef Ofner, Reinhard Grube, Franz Schmuck and Reinhard Ziegerhofer.
Event notes: All music recorded between 1992 and 1996 ; Ivan Zawinul, engineer.
Description: 1 sound disc (53 min.) : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Introduction to a mighty theme --
Waraya --
Bimoya --
You want some tea, grandpa? --
Slivovitz trail --
Ochy-bala (trad.) ; Pazyryk --
Orient Express --
Erdäpfee blues (potato blues) --
Mi gente --
In an island way --
Many churches.
Other Titles: Introduction to a mighty theme.
Waraya.
Bimoya.
You want some tea, grandpa?
Slivovitz trail.
Ochy-bala.
Pazyryk.
Orient Express.
Erdäpfee blues (potato blues)
Mi gente.
In an island way.
Many churches.
Responsibility: Joe Zawinul.

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