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Outback — On The Streets
Album: Baka
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Released: 1991
Length: 5:48
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Didgeridoo, or Didgeridon't? T'is the question.
RP crushing it! Baka...what a polyethnic, rhythmic, digi acoustical mashup! The Outback album has been at the top of my list since it was released!
please please no didj music. Argh!
Nice. Kinda dreading a play of any The Shins song today. Just don't care to get all jacked up on the nervous thing right now. 
Fantàstica guitarra. Val molt la pena.
I like this, going to listen to the album. If you like didgeridoo music, try Gondwanaland too.
fun! (woooo whadda weirdoo, woooo whadda weirdoo  : )
Think this is the soundtrack at the Steakhouse?
Very interesting and different. Very relaxing.

As an earlier poster said I imagine it would get a little samey after a while. Just the sort of thing to find on random or a mix CD.

Wow, I love this!
I love talking didgeridoos...
Sounds like it's saying "whoa, what a weirdo... whoa, what a weirdo... whoa, what a weirdo..."




This music is cool...  love it...


Can you play some Deftones ?
very nice mellow version of midnight oil


This music is soooo good for the ears...




           George: How do you light this thing?

{#Dancingbanana_2}{#Bananajam}{#Nyah}
One fo my fav!!
 Wizzuvv_oz wrote:

In all honesty I don't know what a poorly played didgeridoo would sound like.  I do like this very much

 
Good point; good tune too.

 prickelpit96 wrote:


Like this astonishing sound of a well-played Didgereedoo.
 
In all honesty I don't know what a poorly played didgeridoo would sound like.  I do like this very much



love it...


I thought that God loves us all, all the time?

manbirdexperiment wrote:
same old, same old...lame complaint
 
Sincerely, Neil

rhythm, virtuosity & inspiration  

** 7 **




I have this CD, it's OK if you place it in rotation with other CD's. If you play it strait through, it can get a bit too much as a result of that thing that that guy is blowing into. IMO
Interesting sound. Comes across like a laid back jam, a little directionless on occasion but pleasant. Yes, 3 cheers to RP. Almost makes me want to test RP's limits by uploading some québécois pop and French Slam music.
You call that a knife? This is a knife!
Music like this is why I listen to RP. :sunny:
:meditate: :sunny: Like this astonishing sound of a well-played Didgereedoo.
These guys are great! Nice and relaxing.
NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:
Nah, they bowl underarm. :grumpy: good music though!
At my bowling alleys, if you don't bowl underarm, they kick you out. There's a big sign that says, "No lofting balls."
crowhog2000 wrote:
yes.....I never get tired of traveling DownUnder, the Aussies are fantastic people.....
NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:
Nah, they bowl underarm. :grumpy:
Yeah, especially when the play (lawn) bowls :cheesygrin: It's a kind of atonement or recompense for being descended from deported criminals...:roflol:
brokemusician wrote:
If I could fart continously and in tune, I could make this kind of music. . .
U'll just have eat lots of beans & spicey food and work on u'r muscle control :roflol:
such an amazing sound.
Very interesting, I enjoyed that. Once again, the only place I'm hearing music like that is on the internet!!
I need some more Doe...Bro
hey that's some great picking :)
maybe it's time I upload some David Hudson (and buy myself another didj!)
Nice :angel: . Long song though. Think the DJ's on the can.
crowhog2000 wrote:
yes.....I never get tired of traveling DownUnder, the Aussies are fantastic people.....
Nah, they bowl underarm. :grumpy: good music though!
MORE!!! :bounce:
crowhog2000 wrote:
yes.....I never get tired of traveling DownUnder, the Aussies are fantastic people.....
Yes they are. And at least one of them is a wizard.
lester wrote:
Like this sort of stuff. Incidentally, why upon seeing a didgeridoo being played do I automatically consider the lungs needed for hitting on some mammoth bong?
Come now, have you ever seen a hippie drum circle WITHOUT a didgeridoo? :group-hug:
Zweiblumen wrote:
Some of the tracks I've heard from this disc are good. This one isn't.
It sound very good to me ! Maybe I would love the rest of the album ! Bye
Some of the tracks I've heard from this disc are good. This one isn't.
:angel: kewel, just love the didge, great to play along to.
I've got a fever. And the only prescription is - MORE DIDJ
jgeyer wrote:
The secret to farting continuously would be circular breathing through your butt. This might be tough considering your head is going to get in the way.
:roflol: :roflol: :clap:
Love the digeridoo transition into this song.
B_E_A_U_T_I_F_U_L
Coincidence?? Odd thing happened to me today, I broke out a didgeridoo I bought on-line over 6 years ago (and never played) and I am committed myself to learn the instrument, circular breathing and all.... all I needed was some relaxing didgeridoo music to borrow from.... thanks RP, you are always on key for me. :roflol:
Pyro wrote:
The didj player is awesome.
yes.....I never get tired of traveling DownUnder, the Aussies are fantastic people.....
If you really dig digeri/blues, check out Xavier Rudd. Though I don't think he uses his butt to play it.
B_O_R_I_N_G
brokemusician wrote:
If I could fart continously and in tune, I could make this kind of music. . .
The secret to farting continuously would be circular breathing through your butt. This might be tough considering your head is going to get in the way.
I travelled to Sydney and had the great pleasure of listening to guys play the didgeridoo street side. Then you get to go over to "The Rocks" buy your own and just really bugger it up. Some will give imprompto lessons. Extremely talented and fun.
brokemusician wrote:
If I could fart continously and in tune, I could make this kind of music. . .
Well keep practicing....in Segoverkia. Along the way, you might want to take lessons from this guy: https://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3929684751749233
brokemusician wrote:
If I could fart continously and in tune, I could make this kind of music. . .
Practice.
brokemusician wrote:
If I could fart continously and in tune, I could make this kind of music. . .
Now that's what I would call talent! Of couse, I'm not sure how many people would come to see you in concert... :sick:
If I could fart continously and in tune, I could make this kind of music. . .
first time I hear something with a didjeridou (sp?) I actually like. ED: didgeridoo
Like this sort of stuff. Incidentally, why upon seeing a didgeridoo being played do I automatically consider the lungs needed for hitting on some mammoth bong?
Fantastic album. Worth a buy.
Nice, relaxing stuff.
G'day mate. This song here makes me wanna go on my first walkabout... just need to find a big huntin' knife... :hungry:
This reminds me a lot of The Beatles' "The Inner Light," especially the guitar work. Take out the Middle East groove, insert an Aussie/Outback groove, and voila, this song results.
Some didj stuff sounds cliche, but this is fairly distinct & actually not too hokey. Pretty acoustic work on it.
Does anyone else think this sounds like Hot Tuna does Austrailia?
The didg player is awesome.
brandog wrote:
The guitar is SO David Crosby without drug burnout. Did Crosby ever use didj?
Hah! Funny me - I just notices the "That's David Crosby on Bong in the background." comment from earlier. :)
The guitar is SO David Crosby without drug burnout. Did Crosby ever use didj?
:nodhead: :sunny.gif:
I like this!
so this is what chillin' happy sounds like.. :mrgreen:
Spliff wrote:
That's David Crosby on Bong in the background.
:lol: :lol:
I'm organizing stuff--not my favorite thing to do--and this music makes me calm and happy.
Cheerful. I noticed my body swayed on the rythm. Nice.
ladyj wrote:
Anytime now suite: judy blue eyes is going to kick in, right :ask: but it never does
That's David Crosby on Bong in the background.
:) the Jake likes this one. "tribal accoustic"
ladyj wrote:
Anytime now suite: judy blue eyes is going to kick in, right :ask: but it never does
Good catch! Anyway....sometimes the fusion works, sometimes it doesn't. For me, at least, this tune is.......catchy!
Anytime now suite: judy blue eyes is going to kick in, right :ask: but it never does
beelzebubba wrote:
Excellent!!!!!!
:highfive: We so often disagree, it's so nice not to for a change. :jump: One of the best acoustic ensemble pieces I've heard featuring didj. AMG calls it "tribal new acoustic". Reminds me of vintage "Oregon", but with the didj, rather than the sitar and tabla of the late Colin Walcott.
Excellent!!!!!!
Nice!
I've loved this CD for many years. What a great combination - Guitar and Didgeridoo.
Wow ... nice find!