26 October 2014

THE WILD ROOTS "LONGING FOR PEACE" (RICKS RECORDS, 1992)



Here's something entirely different - for a change...

I Wayan Lantir, gender, balinese drums, gong, flutes
Inus Vendri Putra Nugraha, javanese drums, javanese flute, percussion, koor vocals
Oen's Untung P. Sigalingging, violin, percussion, west java drums, bamboo gamelan, bass guitar
A.H. Purnomo, acoustic guitar, java-sitar, bamboo flutes, magic trumpet, koor vocals
Madi Kertonegoro, chinese, balinese & javanese flutes, sakahochi flute, drum, gangsa, percussion



01. Memory Of Ubud Monkey Forest  6:12
02. Rafting In Ayung River  7:20
03. Tell To The Rainbow That I Longing For Peace  9:06
04. Lalilu-lilalideng  5:12
05. From San Francisco To Mendocino  2:30
06. From Beijing To Padangbai  8:09
07. Palestina  8:19
08. Cross Culture  3:41
09. Diary Of Ubud Night Market Cleaner  6:06
10. Anti Black Magic  4:06



Recorded in Ubud, Bali.

RICKS RECORDS (1992)

(cassette rip)

18 comments:

onxidlib said...

1f_1
1f_2

irene cullen said...

Many thanks. It sounds fantastic.

Bulkang U. Antibop said...

"A gendèr is a type of metallophone used in Balinese and Javanese gamelan music," and is not to be associated with the musical gamete or non-musical zygote, nor indeed with Satie's chromatic bathtub or double-bass made of skin.
-Herr R.

SOTISE said...

great post.. wonderful thanks!

Solomon said...

Thank you!

Lucky said...

Thanks, onxidlib - a very interesting melange of traditional and modern music. I found the booklet very informative, not common in Indonesian tapes at all - English commentary and biographical details on every player! The music didn't knock me out after 2 listens, to be true; it might grow on me in time.

Selamat!

corvimax said...

changes are needed, yes, thank you

SOTISE said...

yeah that booklets very unusual , hardly any entertaining mangling of English at all!

Lucky said...

Sotise, I don't understand your reply, sorry - what do you mean by "hardly any entertaining mangling of English at all!"?!? I don't get the word "mangling" in this context.

kinabalu said...

Readers of the Travellers' Tales column in the Far Eastern Economic Review, while it still existed, knew all about mangling of English.

My favourite is this one:

Chambermaid will flatten your underwear with pleasure.

Here's another one:

http://www.begent.org/dumbspot.htm

at the top.

kinabalu said...

And another one:

http://clta-gny.org/bizeng.htm

kinabalu said...

And the final one:

http://www.mamohanraj.com/Amusing/english.html

corvimax said...

fantastic reading kinabalu
I personally have some recalling of indi-english, and is a lot of fun

Rasimov77 said...

nice idea to post some balinese music - this one really freaky sometimes...

In 1989 I used to hang around the Ubud central place where the local gamelan orchestra did rehearsal every mid-afternoon - the most relaxing rehearsal I've ever seen: some of the musicians practising scales, others just drank tea and talked - the conductor slowly went here and there to give instructions - or to drink tea and talk...

I did some rips of Balinese and Javan Gamelan cassettes I brought along - see if I can find them...

Coupable said...

The link does not seem to work, any way to re-upload? I would love to here this! Also, I found this short documentary by Madi Kertonegoro uploaded on YouTube :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0d-NS0CL1jc

onxidlib said...

At the moment 1fichier (and zippyshare) are down!
Let's wait and see wether they come back - hopefully soon.
I have a payed account at 1fichier - so the links are still there...

kinabalu said...

1fichier is working, Zippyshare is not.

Bulkang U. Antibop said...

a fave i finally found:
http://i.imgur.com/Z1etSo6.jpg