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Outback — An Dro Nevez
Album: Baka
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Released: 1991
Length: 4:12
Plays (last 30 days): 0
(Instrumental)
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didgeridoooooo
Nice segue from The Song Yet To Be Sung! Bill's a genius.
Nevez in a village in Britanny (France) and an an-dro is a specific Briton circle dance.
I'm not a huge fan of didgeridoo (nor a hater) but I think everything blends well in there :) 
 JsDad wrote:
lester wrote:
I'm a sucker for the didgeridoo. Wherever the application, the sound is too cool to dislike.
I agree. Ever since hearing Yothu Yindi years ago, I can't get enough. Even tried to learn how to play it - extremely difficult. One manual said to expect to take a year just to learn the correct breathing patterns...
 

You aren't wrong! I had someone try to teach me the generals of circular breathing and I felt like I got nowhere with it after hours of trying. Nowhere!

Though with YouTube these days there might be some better guidance than I had access to...
Reminds me a bit of OKA from Australia.
 Dahlia_Gumbo wrote:
I love me some digeridoo. Bring it on.


{#Dance}
 

Me some too-digeridoo!!! 
 RobN wrote:
Wow I wish I could get my knicker elastic to twang like that.
 

Well, just keep pulling.
 SpinyNorma wrote:

I just did.... and I'm not even wearing any!
 

Me neither... ;-)
I love this kind of music...! 
It's near to nature... 
 RobN wrote:
Wow I wish I could get my knicker elastic to twang like that.
 
I just did.... and I'm not even wearing any!
 boober wrote:
I like their steakhouse.
  ah ha ha ha rofl 
We just got a brand new one and bigger one at that. 
witchetty eastern music.
Wow I wish I could get my knicker elastic to twang like that.
Please.  This is terrible. 
 ginniet wrote:

It got my attention enough to wonder what it was.

{#Dancingbanana_2}



 
Same here!  Give a shout out if you're still on here ginniet!
This reminds me of the Australian folk fusion band from the 80's called Sirrocco

love it!

It got my attention enough to wonder what it was.

{#Dancingbanana_2}


Yes.
Still not heard specific breton music on RP but a breton language track title is a good to see.
Very nice indeed.
beats hell out of most 80s US music...{#Dance}
I love me some digeridoo. Bring it on.


{#Dance}
 mandolin wrote:

˙˙¡ÇÊ‡ÉÉ¯ 'ƃıɟ É¥sıɹı uɐ ʇou s,ʇı˙˙˙

 
{#Roflol}
Sorry . . . count me as anti-Didjeridoo (or mouth harp or an electric locust entering the recording studio or whatever that is) . . . 

Kinda sounds like a good song with some wise guy playing along for most of the song, on an annoying instrument.  When that droning, grating sound isn't playing, the song is actually good.
This is a pretty good song...if they would get rid of the barking dog, buzzing bees and bothersome sound efects.
This is just sooooo RP. Love it. Vive l'eclecticisme! 8 from the captivated Nottingham jury.
I love that the fact that you play such a wide range of music!  Really digging Outback!  Would never heard of them if it wasn't for Radio Paradise! 
 whtahtefcuk wrote:
Bill what is your infatuation with this crap. You have such good taste in music until it comes to this Irish jig world music crap. Come on... as a paying customer… Come on.
 
Yeah.  Play some better "Amercian" stuff! (Paid for by "Amercians for Ronmey".) {#Nyah}

˙˙¡ÇÊ‡ÉÉ¯ 'ƃıɟ É¥sıɹı uɐ ʇou s,ʇı˙˙˙


 whtahtefcuk wrote:
Bill what is your infatuation with this crap. You have such good taste in music until it comes to this Irish jig world music crap. Come on... as a paying customer… Come on.
 
Ya got your geography backasswards. Dyslexics Untie!
{#Dancingbanana} 
Just stop this pls.
Just imagine, sitting in the middle of the Outback, seeing these guys play while in the background the red sun is setting... Sounds a lot better than sitting in this shitty office all day...

Didgeridoo! Yes! Awesome.
weaaaa......grruuu   gguuk....boooot a boot bbooot a but a weaaah   weahahhh
{#Dancingbanana_2}{#Cowboy}{#Dancingbanana_2}{#Dance}
DIDGERIDON'T

 Except, that's a bad idea...  this is great
gcrumb wrote:
Wow, this is kind of like mixing plaid with spandex: Just because nobody's ever done it before doesn't mean you should.
 


"When the river's high
we jump off the bridge.
When we get home
we play some didg."
Pleeeease make this stop!!!!
Way cool!
Wow, this is kind of like mixing plaid with spandex: Just because nobody's ever done it before doesn't mean you should.
 rlinsk wrote:
Is that a throat singer or a didgeri-doo? Either way ... can't stand it. Sorry.
 

 

neither the first nor the second.....he's farting. {#Zip-lip}

 

in fact:

the answer to your question maybe (maybe!!!) can be found by investigating the cover-arts. {#Headache}

(and btw: it sounds nice)



Is that a throat singer or a didgeri-doo? Either way ... can't stand it. Sorry.
I love Australia!
They don't have to..  Someone else gets the beer for them...especially when the footy's on the telly...

  Fetch me anotha beeah, willya luv? My stubby's already dry as a dead dog's d*ck!

 
drife wrote:
What makes you think bogans can spell XXXX?

 
woodchuk wrote:
XXXX... Because Queenslanders can't spell "beer!"
 

 

What makes you think bogans can spell XXXX?

 
woodchuk wrote:
XXXX... Because Queenslanders can't spell "beer!"
 

XXXX... Because Queenslanders can't spell "beer!" {#Drunk}{#Wink}

Ripper of a song BTW! Love that didg sound..
sirrus wrote:
Perhaps you mean Four-X ?




If you want some serious Aussie music check out Anika Moa.
whtahtefcuk wrote:
Bill what is your infatuation with this crap. You have such good taste in music until it comes to this Irish jig world music crap. Come on... as a paying customer… Come on.
beat it
Bill what is your infatuation with this crap. You have such good taste in music until it comes to this Irish jig world music crap. Come on... as a paying customer… Come on.
bokey wrote:
Reminds me of "The Devils Paintbrush Road" by The Wailin Jennys.Similar melody
Agreed, at least the first few bars. Departs afterwards, but there's a definite similarity.
Oh man I love this. I has a vaguely middle eastern flair to it somehow. That makes no sense, since this is indigenous to Australia, correct? Whatever, it has a great sound.
this is exactly the same tune as one from a French band from Britany called Gwendal - it's at least 30 years old... or is it a traditional celtic tune?
mgkiwi wrote:
Strewth, this is rippa shelia - make mine a XXX
Perhaps you mean Four-X ?
Strewth, this is rippa shelia - make mine a XXX
ntoll wrote:
Me too... Kudos++ to Bill
Me three. More kudos to Bill
rolf wrote:
That's one of the CDs I bought because of RP. I like it a lot. Thank you Bill.
Me too... Kudos++ to Bill
Reminds me of "The Devils Paintbrush Road" by The Wailin Jennys. Similar melody
eastcoast wrote: I always imagined the didgeradoo as a glorified Jews Harp gigget wrote:
Glorified is going a bit far.
The dig takes a LOT MORE finesse
Time for another Rolf Harris revival. (click here)Can you tell what it is yet?
Started w/8 but had to 10 it. I love this sound (but then I love the Black Watch. Gotta get a master piper involved. Could well be AAAAWWWWEEEESSSSOOOMMMMEEE!!!!!
That's one of the CDs I bought because of RP. I like it a lot. Thank you Bill.
eastcoast wrote:
I always imagined the didgeradoo as a glorified Jews Harp
Glorified is going a bit far.
The next tour of riverdance WILL have a digeredoo. Its the truth. This is the pre-release.
I always imagined the didgeradoo as a glorified Jews Harp
(imagine happy wallaby dancing)
smilestoomuch wrote:
Gotta love the didgeradoo! Awesome
I'm dancin!
arzvael wrote:
It's a traditional Breton (from Brittany, west part of France) tune (which was performed by Alan Stivell), very ancient and basic mainly used to dance.
Ah, I *thought* the title looked familiar! I have most of Stivell's work. Should probably upload some to the LRC, but I suspect it won't see the light of day.
Gotta love the didgeradoo! Awesome
For one brief horrible moment when I heard the opening lick I thought it was gonna be the Wailin Jennys Devils Paintbrush Road(again). I'm tempted to give it a 10 just because it isn't.
I like their steakhouse.
His song inspires hatred in my heart.
Tux wrote:
Quite the opposite. Me and my wife both like this because of the didgeridoo!
I went to a wake tonight, just back of beyond, and it was the didge that made the atmosphere complete as we set the ashes on the barge and let it go out to sea. To hear this on my return was magic!
Wheeeeeee! This is a FANTASTIC album. Go buy it. Now.
katzendogs wrote:
I like this tune. But the dijerydoodah thingy is a bit annoying.
Quite the opposite. Me and my wife both like this because of the didgeridoo!
lester wrote:
I'm a sucker for the didgeridoo. Wherever the application, the sound is too cool to dislike.
I agree. Ever since hearing Yothu Yindi years ago, I can't get enough. Even tried to learn how to play it - extremely difficult. One manual said to expect to take a year just to learn the correct breathing patterns...
I like this tune. But the dijerydoodah thingy is a bit annoying.
My ex used to snore just like this....w/o the mandolin.,,
El_Penguino wrote:
Try Xavier Rudd. Didg that rocks with great bluesy guitar.
from what i understand he plays all the instuments in his songs...even live. He just has them all set up around him. its amazing
It's a traditional Breton (from Brittany, west part of France) tune (which was performed by Alan Stivell), very ancient and basic mainly used to dance.
lester wrote:
I'm a sucker for the didgeridoo. Wherever the application, the sound is too cool to dislike.
Try Xavier Rudd. Didg that rocks with great bluesy guitar.
a little excitement is good for the endoplasm!
I'm a sucker for the didgeridoo. Wherever the application, the sound is too cool to dislike.
this album came out in 1990 or so. It's wicked to think about, I thought it was a recent release until I did an allmusic.com check. Very good indeed.
Really good World music.
daidavies wrote:
sounds like an aussie version of the chieftains. good sound
:D/
Shweet... digeridoo...mandolin...nice
Is that tuvan-throat-singing?
Roverfish wrote:
Cool tune, esp. with the dijeridoo.
right on :nodhead:
Can't help it. This, too sounds like the MK tune off SHOT AT GLORY.
Yo ho, up she rises. Cool tune, esp. with the dijeridoo.
AI-in-Japan wrote:
I bought this when it first came out in 89. An excellent CD.
I did, too! Still a great CD in my book, as well. Love a good digi player
I bought this when it first came out in 89. An excellent CD.
sounds like an aussie version of the chieftains. good sound