Yatha Sidhra A Meditation Mass, Pt. 1
A Meditation Mass Brain 1974
Founded in Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany in 1973. This is their only release.
Set Break: DJ speaking over Cicada Brood X, 𓆦 recorded in Princeton
Eberhard Weber Maurizius
Later That Evening (Later That Evening) ECM Records 1982
Cuong Vu Dreams, Come Play With Me
Come Play With Me Knitting Factory Records 2001
Cuong Vu (born 19 September 1969 in Saigon) is a jazz trumpeter and vocalist, now based in New York.
Langen Praja Ketawang: Puspawarna
Langendriyan: Music of Mangkunegaran Solo II Seven Seas 1995
Indonesian opera for gamelan from the court of Central Java.
dZihan & Kamien Thrill (Featuring Madita)
Gran Riserva Couch Records 2002
Vlado Dzihan comes from a musical family in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia and Mario Kamien was raised in Switzerland.
Ma.Dita is Edita Malovčić, an Austrian singer and actor.
Along the Path Poets Club Records 2004
Eastenders is Stefan Müller, one of the first DJs in Germany to blend Arabic, east Asian and Indian music with modern downbeat, breaks, ambient, jazz and house.
This song was also included on SixDegrees' Arabian Travels 2 compilation.
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Nine Heavens Six Degrees 2007
Azam Ali singing an 18th Century Urdu poem by Hali.
Niyaz is Azam Ali, Loga Ramin Torkian and Carmen Rizzo.
Nils Petter Molvær Water
ER Okeh 2005
Born 1960 in Sula Norway.
Gravity Bar De Lune 2002
Al-Pha-X is British producer Declan Flynn who has composed music for short films and TV and has also released several albums of electronic world music.
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Yasmine Hamdan Khayyam
Ya Nass Crammed Discs 2013
Lebanese singer (born 1976 in Beirut). Founded the group SoapKills. She was featured in Jim Jarmusch's 2013 film "Only Lovers Left Alive". Now settled in Paris.
Cocteau Twins Whales Tails
Victorialand 4AD 1986
David Sylvian Silver Moon over Sleeping Steeples
Gone to Earth (Remastered 2003) UMC (Universal Music Catalogue) 2003
featured guest B.J. Cole on pedal steel
Björk Harm of Will
Vespertine Rhino/Elektra 2004
Mr. Various Track 11
L'Ostopera s/r 2021
by WPRB's own Worried Waltzer
Hatfield & The North K Licks
Hatwise Choice Hatfield and the North 2005
Demo of 'Calyx', prior to recording their first album, with Richard Sinclair singing instead of Robert Wyatt.
Archival recordings 1973-1975, volume 1
Set Break: 𓆦𓆦𓆦𓆦𓆦 These cicadas are everywhere! 𓆦𓆦𓆦𓆦𓆦
𓆦𓆦𓆦𓆦𓆦 Cicada swarm captured on weather radar 𓆦𓆦𓆦𓆦𓆦𓆦
cos L'idiot Leon
Viva boma Musea 1976
Belgian group (1974-1984) blending prog rock, jazz and Canterbury styles, drawing their influences mainly from Magma, King Crimson, Hatfield & The North, and Zao. They were led by flautist/guitarist Daniel Schell and feature the unique vocals of his wife, Pascale Son, who uses nonsense syllables to suggest a semblance of language. How very Zeuhl.
A Triggering Myth The Dust on Mother's Bible
The Sins of Our Saviours The Laser's Edge 1998
Multi-instrumentalists Rick Eddy and Tim Drumheller.
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Frank Zappa Rdnzl
You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 5 (Live) Frank Zappa Catalog 2012
Recorded on Zappa's European tour in 1982. The band was talented, but often were prevented from playing due to audience hurling "love offerings" onto the stage.
Z=7L Vertigo 1973
Hur! (Hommage À La Musique De Christian Vander) V/A Soleilzeuhl 2009
Corea, Clarke & White Renaissance
Forever Concord Records 2011
The band is almost "Return to Forever", minus a lead guitarist. On this song, they are joined by Jean-Luc Ponty on violin, and are performing his song (originally on Aurora).
Set Break: 𓆦𓆦𓆦𓆦𓆦𓆦 Where are they all coming from?! 𓆦𓆦𓆦𓆦
Zohar Sketches of Egypt
Onethreeseven Mondo Melodia 2000
Erran Baron Cohen, these days mostly scoring music for his brother's films.
Super Rail Band de Bamako Sada Diallo
Kongo sigui Indigo 2003
Chon Sumerian Records 2019
Jonas Hellborg Uma Haimavati
Good People In Times of Evil Bardo 2000
Jonas Hellborg - bass
Shawn Lane - guitar
V. Selvaganesh - percussion
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Parade Musea 1991
Tiemko (1988-1994) was a French trio named after a restaurant that doesn't exist anymore, next to the Sorbonne in Paris. Members cite influences as King Crimson, Genesis, Gentle Giant, Art Zoyd, Zappa (for the music, but also the humor and playfulness), Varese, Shostakovich, Bartok, Dutilleux, Messiaen, Charles Yves, Stravinsky, Deep Purple, and Queen.