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Mountain I - Ohad Fishof - Wasted (CD, Album)


8 thoughts on “ Mountain I - Ohad Fishof - Wasted (CD, Album) ”

  1. Mazuran says:
    Note: Limited quantities of this CD are available, delivery may take longer than normal. Buy CD $ Riding the wave of the renewed interest in traditional American music, Classic Mountain Songs From Smithsonian Folkways Recordings showcases a handful of the greatest mountain ballads as performed by some of the most influential folk singers.
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  3. Febar says:
    "Mountain" (song), a single from Chocolate Starfish's self-titled studio album "Mountain", a song by Good Charlotte from The Chronicles of Life and Death, "Mountains" (Biffy Clyro song), a single released in by Biffy Clyro "Mountains" (Lonestar song), a single from this album.
  4. Ganris says:
    This album is a CD reissue of the Greek drums-and-bass duo’s most recent LP, and frankly it’s not really the sort of thing that Vital Weekly reviews. We were sent it, I imagine, because we’re.
  5. Maubei says:
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  6. Togal says:
    The great thing about Joe's Cds are that he appears to be a purist, meaning that if his Cds states, "mountain stream" or "waterfall" or "ocean waves", that's exactly what you get, no music, no synthesizers, no insects, no birds, no planes, no people, and clearly NO Smurfs & Gnomes, only the sound that is stated on the Cd/5(53).
  7. Fenrigor says:
    Song of the Mountains® is produced through an unprecedented collaboration between The Appalachian Music Heritage Foundation®, UNC-TV, regional bluegrass and old-time musicians, and the generous contributions of loyal supporters.
  8. Gogor says:
    Soundtracks aside, ALBUM 1 is Ohad Fishof’s first solo album. Some of the music on it was originally created in the context of other art projects, and was then rearranged for inclusion here. Technically electro-acoustic, stylistically idiomatic and liminal, ALBUM 1 carries a strong sense of narrative and seems to be taking place somewhere in the fantasy territory of ethnographic fiction.

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