Discussion in 'Abbey Road' started by bombadii, Mar 5, 2018.
Just stopping by to share some of this beautiful music
good vibes I love it
I saw the Tuvan throat singers once. Really neat but not tonally diverse enough to keep my interest as a melody oriented westerner but very cool
huun huur tu is great.
i could never find this version of erge-sholee biste turda anywhere else, but this is a great version of an already great song:
this whole album is great, and the combination of huun huur tu's throat singing and the bulgarian angelite choir is some of the most amazing and evocative music i've ever heard:
great performance by kongar ol ondar on david letterman:
huun huur tu members and ondar:
i highly recommend Huun Huur Tu's albums 60 Horses In my Herd, and Fly, Fly My Sadness (with the Angelite choir).
I've only ever really heard Yat Kha and thats because he covers popular songs
Like deep throating and shit?
I prefer Suffo’s take on the genre, myself…
But to each his own…
Reminds me of Froggy from our Gang/The Little Rascals.
Sasha Grey puts all this shit to shame.
For whatever reason this sort of cacophony tends to appeal. Can't explain it.
I've seen the first two videos that TS posted a few times and they are pretty cool. Always got the impression that Mark Hunt would be good at this lol.
This is the female throat singing
Sounds like it will really screw up your voice.
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