Global Meditation, Vol. 2: Harmony & Interplay

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All Music Guide - Adam Greenberg
As part of an amazingly vast covering of the world's traditions, this album of group instrumental primarily pieces sticks mainly to Africa and Asia, though that's not really a fault. There are a couple of pieces from North Africa, dealing with the Gnawa faith and others. The great Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan contributed a song to the album as well. A bit of South Indian concert is added by U. Srinivas. Even a piece of Javanese gamelan from the tiny South American country of Surinam emerges at the end of the album. The highlights of the album aren't necessarily as many as others in the series, but still are quite good. The Master Musicians of Jajouka are especially good at what...
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All Music Guide - Adam Greenberg
As part of an amazingly vast covering of the world's traditions, this album of group instrumental primarily pieces sticks mainly to Africa and Asia, though that's not really a fault. There are a couple of pieces from North Africa, dealing with the Gnawa faith and others. The great Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan contributed a song to the album as well. A bit of South Indian concert is added by U. Srinivas. Even a piece of Javanese gamelan from the tiny South American country of Surinam emerges at the end of the album. The highlights of the album aren't necessarily as many as others in the series, but still are quite good. The Master Musicians of Jajouka are especially good at what they do even the Stones knew about them...or at least their fathers. Srinivas' playing is exceptional on an electric mandolin. An adapted form of an ancient Egyptian pharaonic harp is played with some incredible virtuosity by Professor Soliman Gamil on the "Sufi Dialogue." The series as a whole is quite good, and though other volumes may be somewhat more lively in some ways, this is certainly not an album to be passed up.
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  • Release Date: 5/3/1994
  • Label: Ellipsis Arts
  • UPC: 052296018825
  • Catalog Number: 3210

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Chabako - Gnawa Musicians of Marrakesh (6:26)
  2. 2 Suling/Degung Instrumental @@Javanese Gamelan Orchestra (7:02)
  3. 3 Hamaba @@Musicians Of The Gambia (4:38)
  4. 4 A Habibi Ouajee T Allel Allaiya - The Master Musicians of Jajouka (4:10)
  5. 5 Wale Gnouma Don - Sali Sidibe (4:43)
  6. 6 Haq Ali Ali Haq - Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (7:56)
  7. 7 Ghananayakam - U. Srinivas (5:30)
  8. 8 Sufi Dialogue - Soliman Gamil (5:20)
  9. 9 Kuda Lumping (Horse Spirit Dance) - Krido Suworo (8:20)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Track Performer
Soliman Gamil Track Performer
U. Srinivas Track Performer
Sali Sidibe Track Performer
Gnawa Musicians of Marrakesh Track Performer
Krido Suworo Track Performer
The Master Musicians of Jajouka Track Performer
Technical Credits
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Contributor
Soliman Gamil Composer, Contributor
U. Srinivas Contributor
Bachir Attar Contributor
Brooke Wentz Producer
Stephen Dinion Illustrations
Gnawa Musicians of Marrakesh Contributor
Mark Waldrep Mastering
Bonnie B. Butler Art Direction
Jeffrey Charno Executive Producer
Krido Suwuro Contributor
Women of Mali Contributor
The Master Musicians of Jajouka Contributor
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