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Sean Blackman — Yerazner
Album: In Transit
Avg rating:
6.6

Your rating:
Total ratings: 1523









Released: 2009
Length: 6:45
Plays (last 30 days): 1
(Instrumental)
Comments (200)add comment
 odopop wrote:
Horrible.
 

Why is it horrible
 bendame wrote:


Another useless, anglo- centric comment. Shame. You know there is always a top 40 station that could suit your limited musical taste. 
 
Open your mind, man.  We live in a global world now!
 odopop wrote:
Horrible.
 
comment.
Thanks Bill 
 Hoosfoos wrote:
Awful, horrible, terrible. Pure noise. It's over now. Thank God!
 

One of the reasons I love Radio Paradise, and will continue to be a subscriber, is that Bill introduces me to music that I never, ever heard before.  I don't love all of his choices, but I am so glad that he doesn't appear  willing to pander to the populist view of what constitutes great music.  My personal playlist has been expanded exponentially since I began listening to RP, and I look forward to many more years of, "Who is this?" and "Where did you get this?" from fellow AA members that I take to meetings.
Awful, horrible, terrible. Pure noise. It's over now. Thank God!
 umi4paradise wrote:
please stop playing this "world music"  bullshit !
 

Another useless, anglo- centric comment. Shame. You know there is always a top 40 station that could suit your limited musical taste. 
Yay! Love hearing my fellow Detroiter on RP. Sean is a beautiful person and artist. So happy my beloved RP appreciates his music too!
If Sean Blackman don trust u, we gon shoot u
Love this.  It's sort of like classical Indian meets klezmer.
Another great gift I would never have known with RP!
Sounds like Kaleidoscope's Seven Ate Sweet.
Nice track! I really like the Oud, upright bass, and the percussion.... great groove going on here! I have never heard of Sean Blackman but will definitely check out more of their music :)
 odopop wrote:
Horrible.

 
stupid..... comment
 odopop wrote:
Horrible.

 
I find comments like this tedious. At least take the time to explain why you think it's horrible.
Horrible.
I think for this kind of song. Ill Pay PAL {#Music}
...Rp most defenetly  
strangely hypnotic if you want to be hypnotised. If you don't gets a little irritating
Much like one of my all time favorite musicians, John Berberian. 
C'est parfait !!! Encore !!!
Liked at first, but then too repetitive for me. Move on, Sean!
Envoûtant 
Bewitching  
{#Dancingbanana} 
 kcar wrote:


"Rick! Rick! Hide me!" 

Great soundtrack music for a chase through the casbah. 




 


 us wrote:
A bit predictable, a bit surprising, a driving rhythm, and a slight twist of lemon. Huh? But hey, I think I like this, I like it a lot! Keep it coming. RP has introduced me to so many unusual artists over the years, that I'm really digging the ones I don't hear over and over. Moar, moar!

 
Love this comment, exactly how I'm feeling!
A bit predictable, a bit surprising, a driving rhythm, and a slight twist of lemon. Huh? But hey, I think I like this, I like it a lot! Keep it coming. RP has introduced me to so many unusual artists over the years, that I'm really digging the ones I don't hear over and over. Moar, moar!
So interesting! Love it!
 
I liked this a lot - it was a great surprise.
 
I like the tune, and since today I have a bad case of vertigo this music perfectly complements how my head feels.  {#Flamed}
 Stave wrote:
First couple of minutes are nice, but then it seems to keep going and going...

 

Same here.. Just doesn't seem to work for me. Something with that repetitive instrumentals :/ shame, I generally like the oriental style .. 
Does little for me....
I like it fine but there's got to be another song worth playing. This one's burned out.
 musikluvr wrote:
I feel like I'm in a Bollywood movie. Very cool!

 
Feel what you wish, but this has nothing to do with Bollywood!

GORGEOUS MUSIC!


5/4 time, nice!
I feel like I'm in a Bollywood movie. Very cool!
wow, this is really quite good
solid 8 
Great find !
 Hannio wrote:


 

"Rick! Rick! Hide me!" 

Great soundtrack music for a chase through the casbah. 



Nice

 Great music!

{#Sunny}


 michaelgmitchell wrote:
 Yes, 'romeotuma'. Not sure both oars are in the water there. Been stuck in a hotel in Vegas for quite some time. The same comment over and over, sometimes, 3-4 times per song.

 

Everybody in my churches loves this music...
 
Great groove - very nice work! 
Damn, this is groovy and awesome. Digging the bass and the picked guitar(?)
 Sloggydog wrote:
Damn now where did I leave those belly dancers?

PS Chuck us a bit of that lebanese blonde SpamNRice
 
Talaban Black is the new Lebanese Blond. . . Just saying
I keep waiting for the song to evolve into "Caravan". Which could be cool.
 Stave wrote:
First couple of minutes are nice, but then it seems to keep going and going...
 
Thinking the same ... beautiful in its own way but never seems to do more than just establish a mood and stylistic. 5
Just not in the mood for this right now
......spainflamenco.......8....
Got me up and moving! 

 
Dig.
Damn now where did I leave those belly dancers?

PS Chuck us a bit of that lebanese blonde SpamNRice
 X-jock wrote:
Pass the olives and fete....
 

And uh... don't forget the Lebanese Blonde either...  ...AND SOME ICE!
 umi4paradise wrote:
please stop playing this "world music"  bullshit !
 
er, its a radio station playing to the world, man!!!  what would you prefer, Billy Ray Cirus' Achy Breaky overn over ?
 umi4paradise wrote:
please stop playing this "world music"  bullshit !
 
Please stop listening to this "eclectic radio station"!
This is great. Yerazner means "dreams" in Armenian. Is that a duduk I hear?

I'm liking this.  Wasn't going to when it started.

8
I'm kinda digging this...
please stop playing this "world music"  bullshit !
This is a truckload of musical instruments falling down stairs. Too much LSD? Who pays for the repair of my stereo now?

Totally not for me.

3


Very nice.  Would like to hear from anyone that is familiar with the full album - is it worthwhile as a whole?
Central Asian theme perpetuum: The mountain up front is huge, my mule is tiny...be bop la la la )) refrain to infinity
I'll be checking this one out through properly

First couple of minutes are nice, but then it seems to keep going and going...
Interesting percussion
 ThePoose wrote:
Like to hear him belt out Bolero.
 
I'd like to hear him leave the building.

Like to hear him belt out Bolero.
Enjoyable.
 dedawson wrote:
To paraphrase romeotuna; this is bad for the ears{#No}
 

+100500

Looks like Ray Romano to me
Amazing clarinet playing!  Love it mixing with other world instruments.
FFFFUUUUUUUUU!!!!1

doin nothin for me.  but, this is why i listen to this station.  i have a whole slew of songs and bands i didn't think much of at first.  bill has turned me on to so many new songs and bands over the past decade.  however, i don't think this is going to be one of them.
 Jack_Jefferson wrote:

{#Clap}{#Lol}

And the guy on the cover is Ray Romano.

 
Hahahaha!...Or maybe Jeff Goldblum

You don't hear too many blistering clarinet solos these days!

Pass the olives and fete....
So very, very good!
This seems like one of those things you need to see live to really appreciate. Meh.
I don't want to go wherever this is.{#Yell}
 Axelito wrote:
{#Puke}{#Frustrated} 1!!
 
{#Crashcomp}
 nojyor wrote:
I kind of like it but to repeditive give it  4{#Rolleyes}
 
I second that. 
 df1489 wrote:
No, you're Asner...
 
{#Clap}{#Lol}

And the guy on the cover is Ray Romano.

Love.{#Clap}
 nagsheadlocal wrote:
Like the tune, especially the artist on the flute - he/she is remarkably fluid.
 
fluid / flute / flooded / fluted / he/she is remarkably fluted
haha i break myself up
must focus

{#Puke}{#Frustrated} 1!!

{#Yes}
{#No}
I kind of like it but to repeditive give it  4{#Rolleyes}
Reminds me to send a donation. Love RP!
Middle Eastern Phish?
 df1489 wrote:
No, you're Asner...
 
{#Lol}

No, you're Asner...
have.
to.
dance!!!
 Det wrote:
jep! stoned...
 
sounds good to me...where is the f00kin pipe?


 spaceman wrote:
I absolutely dig this track. When I hear this, and I don't look out of the window, I can easily imagine a bazaar outside, or a sand dune, or a camel staring back at me...
 

Yes, and if it were 4 minutes long I'd rate it "6". The 8 minute version get a "1" because I have to mute it around the 7 minute mark or my brain starts to bleed. Very few RP-songs do that to me. Very few indeed.
I feel the need for... for.... for... something... mind expanding/altering... this is a good start.
Ooooh, i remember{#Ask}, a little bit like sarabande from jon lord
I think this would be great live. You'd be looking all over the stage.
Hah Zorba the Greek was on 4 songs ago. After that I left to watch that corresponding scene in Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. Came back and this song came on. Made a great segue.
I love duduk; no wait, that's clarinet. Even better.

Nice,.as good as turkish folk music.

 spaceman wrote:

It's the 5/4 measure.
Try singing the Mission Impossible bass line over "Take Five" ;-)

I absolutely dig this track. When I hear this, and I don't look out of the window, I can easily imagine a bazaar outside, or a sand dune, or a camel staring back at me...

 
Very Middle East.


To paraphrase romeotuna; this is bad for the ears{#No}
jep! stoned...
Like the tune, especially the artist on the flute - he/she is remarkably fluid.
 wingfinger wrote:
OK, can't help but think of the 'mission impossible' theme while listening to this. 
Dat, dat, dat-dat
dat, dat, dat-dat...
 

LOL  Now I can't NOT think of that music while I listen to this.  Drat!  :)
oriantal somewhat....
Very nice!
This is like progressive jazz.  I really am not fond of it - too random and cacaphonic. Just a personal preference. I like songs with a melody.
Every time I hear this I think it has to be from some action flick. It has "movie soundtrack" written all over it.
 sirdroseph wrote:

Judging by some of the comments below, are we listening to the same tune??? I think this is marvelous!{#Clap}

 
{#High-five}

 wingfinger wrote:
OK, can't help but think of the 'mission impossible' theme while listening to this. 
Dat, dat, dat-dat
dat, dat, dat-dat...
 
It's the 5/4 measure.
Try singing the Mission Impossible bass line over "Take Five" ;-)

I absolutely dig this track. When I hear this, and I don't look out of the window, I can easily imagine a bazaar outside, or a sand dune, or a camel staring back at me...

 socalhol wrote:

you're being sarcastic, right?  this song is SERIOUSLY tedious, monotonous and annoying.....

I had rated it a 3, now I'm down to a 1

 

Aja, right before this had a slightly lower rating than this nonsense.  Have no problem with people liking this song, but thats just nuts.

Perfect to work! hahahaha{#Cool}


Solid 8!!!!{#Clap}
Love this. Gimme more!
 handyrae wrote:

I'm curious. What do you find obnoxious about this song?

 
you're being sarcastic, right?  this song is SERIOUSLY tedious, monotonous and annoying.....

I had rated it a 3, now I'm down to a 1

OK, can't help but think of the 'mission impossible' theme while listening to this. 
Dat, dat, dat-dat
dat, dat, dat-dat...
Meh — this is just a lot of pointless noise.  For some reason it reminds me of being stuck in traffic.  Not a nice place
Loving the comments.
What a soundscape!