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Mari Boine — Eagle Man
Album: Bálvvoslatjna
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Released: 1998
Length: 6:00
Plays (last 30 days): 1
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This song, and the last few too, are totally awesome for a Monday Morning Groove!! Thanks RP!!
Can anyone help me find this exact version elsewhere - to stream and/or download? 

I'm at a loss, and I would love to find it because it's otherworldy to hoop to! 

 Dave_Mack wrote:
Massive Sami Attack!
 
I was thinking Bjorki Boine, but the production IS very 3Desque.

1998?! Wow. Same year as Mezzanine.
Massive Sami Attack!
Interesting she posted her myspace address in 2009
Surely one of the more intriguing, gotta-get-used-to-it tracks here on RP. At first I said, what the hell? Than: that's compelling and cool. I've heard it here before but just paid attention to it. 
 hayduke2 wrote:
game of thrones 501 melisandre wall

Melisandre's song for Shireen Baratheon before the "cook-out" 

 
No,,,, actually its more Dothracki Witch than Melisandre  
Wicked cool, Killer-good! and for sure the throbbing, burbling, fluid bass conjures up Floyd; also strong hints of KC, even bits of Ween.
Wicked cool, super good! and for sure the throbbing, burbling, fluid bass conjures up Floyd; also strong hints of KC, even bits of Ween.
SuperSpooky, love it! {#Music}
Love the busy bass.
mesmerizing : P
{#Snooty} no, thanks!
 LauraLetterboxer wrote:
I heard Mari Boine at the San Sebastian Jazz Festival a good few years back.  She was interesting and had a pretty strong energy.  I didn't think she would necessarily translate in the recorded form, but I enjoyed that track. 

Wonder why Bill followed it with Pink Floyd's Have a Cigar....{#Think} 

 
Same key :-)
I heard Mari Boine at the San Sebastian Jazz Festival a good few years back.  She was interesting and had a pretty strong energy.  I didn't think she would necessarily translate in the recorded form, but I enjoyed that track. 

Wonder why Bill followed it with Pink Floyd's Have a Cigar....{#Think} 
♥  language diversity
According to her Wikipedia entry, Mari Boine isn't just a singer, but also an activist and a university professor, and sings in her native Sami tongue. All the songs by her that RP have played have grabbed my attention, in a good way - so eclectic, so different, so very RP. This song gives me the willies, as good music should.
game of thrones 501 melisandre wall

Melisandre's song for Shireen Baratheon before the "cook-out" 

Mari on MySpace



Uh, not for me thanks.
make it stop :frustrated:
Originally Posted by loveslave: I've heard Mari was given this song by an American Indian (is that politically incorrect?).
Native American might be more politically correct, but my dictionary says that American Indian or Amerindian is OK too (Personally I have my doubts about that last one though).
THIS IS HELL! :frustrated: it sounds like the witches at beginning of macbeth the movie
Has Bjork been cloned? And that is not necessarily a good thing.
Blechhhhhh :frustrated:
Cool song... I like it...
Super nice groove. I was about to turn off the radio and go to bed, but I totally got sucked in by the sound. I like.
Wow - I never expected to hear this here! FYI, from what I\'ve heard Mari was given this song by an American Indian (is that politically incorrect?). She usually sings semi-traditional same songs otherwise.
Bass line first reminded me of Alan Parsons Project, \"I Robot.\" Very good song, though.
groovey :)
Originally Posted by dsafanda: Call me strange...but I really like this. :cool:
I'll bite - - You're strange.
Call me strange...but I really like this. :cool: