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Soldier Of Midian

Badawi

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ジャンル
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カタログNo
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8274
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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オリジナル盤発売年
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2001
フォーマット
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CD
その他
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輸入盤
クレジット
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Raz Mesinai(Flute),  Honeychild(Dulcimer),  Raz Mesinai(Bells),  Raz Mesinai(Castanets),  Raz Mesinai(Bendir),  Raz Mesinai(Daff),  Raz Mesinai(Darabeka),  Raz Mesinai(Zarb),  Julietta Cheung(Design),  Michael Fossenkemper(Mastering)

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Percussionist, turntablist, composer, and DJ Raz Masinai has been moving in and out of New York's underground dub scene for years as a member of the influential duo Sub Dub, as a founding member of the turntablist collective Rotor, and as a solo artist. As a soloist he records mainly under the name Badawi, and his third ROIR release under that moniker is yet another significant departure from past directions. Soldier of Midian finds him moving away from reggae or hip-hop-inspired beats and dipping into a Middle-Eastern groove; trance-inducing, multi-layered percussion shimmers and percolates around keening reed instruments, dulcimer, and the occasional electric bass, and vocals are mainly limited to wordless ululations. While the elements involved are kaleidoscopic, their density makes the tracks somewhat samey; put too many colors and textures on a canvas and it all starts looking like grey eventually. But the music is genuinely involving, and it's possible to identify a couple of standout tracks, including the dulcimer-driven The Scorpion and the Serpent (Prepare for Battle) and the eerie but lovely album-closer The Storm. This is not party music, and it wouldn't even be exactly accurate to call it fun, but it is certainly both intelligent and rewarding. ~ Rick Anderson, Rovi

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  • 01. Introduction (In the Eye of the Strom) (01:06)
  • 02. Evocation (04:16)
  • 03. Voices from the Sky (05:28)
  • 04. Dance of the Centipedes (03:09)
  • 05. Scorpion and the Serpent (Prepare for Battle) (02:05)
  • 06. Moving Still (04:06)
  • 07. After a Path Has Been Paved... (00:47)
  • 08. I Will Follow the Strom (02:59)
  • 09. Stampede (03:28)
  • 10. Dehydration (03:55)
  • 11. Dance of the Dajz Mara (At the Festival of Kulon) (03:13)
  • 12. Final Warning (04:39)
  • 13. Horse Dance (03:27)
  • 14. Strom (03:55)

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REVOLVER ARATA氏のレビューを読んで、買...

投稿日:2003/05/12 (月)

REVOLVER ARATA氏のレビューを読んで、買ってみました。 すごく心地よいリズムです。

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アラタくんがお勧めしてたので聞いてみまし...

投稿日:2003/05/03 (土)

アラタくんがお勧めしてたので聞いてみました…が、僕の精神はバリ島かどっかそこら辺の島に飛んでいってしまいました…。民族系の音好きな人はほんとハマルのではないかと思われます。

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Badawi

Badawi was born Raz Mesinai in 1973 in Jerusalem. By spending a lot of time with Bedouins in the Sinai desert as a youngster, he picked up on their unique musical style. When he reached the age of seven, he was taken under the wing of dervish sheik Murshid Hassan (of the Palestinian refugee camp of Balata), who taught the youngster all about exotic Middle Eastern drumming. Soon he had mastered suc

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