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Awful, unless you like 80's TV soundtracks

While the didge playing is great, the album is totally ruined by the overlays of dated synth - making it sound like something from an 80's TV show.


The previous reviewer is 100% correct - layers of syth only ruin the raw and totally natural "syth" of the Yidaki (aboriginal word for didgeridoo) itself. As a professional player it just burns me up. Listen to some old FolkWays recordings, or more recently, AMI's releases with Adam Plack and Johnny "White Ant" Soames. Best American player is Stephen Kent - his (mostly) solo recordings are awesome. Check out "Jungawangra". Oh, it also tickles me that after Survivor 2, Australia, they had to keep the didj as soundtrack on all the next, what, 12 Survivors? Cool.

Ayers Rock

Finally, thank you for the Didj sound. No more does it represent a fleeting haunting quip in other measures. For many years I have perked my ear wanting to hear more of this romantic captivating sound. Then the music genius in Yanni saw fit to highlight the Didj on PBS not long ago.sound. I'll watch for in the furture.

Didj Masters: Ayers Rock, Didgeridoo Player
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: New Age, Music
  • Released: Nov 23, 2005

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