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    Default Tribal Style music?

    any suggestions?

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    I noticed that a lot of the Tribal Fusionist in my neck of the woods use CDs by Solace.

    I love their "Rhythm of the Dance" CD. It starts out with just a simple beat, then adds the accents and other beats to it. So my students can actually hear something like beledi done correctly, as opposed to me attempting to drum it!

    It has really helped them to pick out the 'heartbeat' of songs underneath all the other layers. it has Beledi, Chiftteli, and Masmoudi amoung others.

    Not only a great educational tool, it is fun to dance to!

    *edited to make sense!

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    I feel like I say this every time, but...

    What do you mean when you say tribal?
    ATS?
    Tribal Group Improv?
    Tribal Fusion?
    Alternative Fusion?
    Something else?

    Can you name some troupes or dancers who inspire your aesthetic? Then I can help!

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    Wow! I could have sworn I responded to this a long time ago! Crazy forgetful me.

    Anyway,

    I guess any of those because I want to get a sampling of the music.

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    If you're looking for something tribal fusion like, we use a CD in class called "Freek Factory". Sera uses it in her instructional tribal fusion DVD.

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    Helm
    Habi Ru
    Americanistan
    Gypsy Caravan
    Musicians of the Nile
    Solace
    Dead Can Dance
    Sirocco or Armando (Uncle) Maufufo
    Light Rain
    Oojami

    I've heard all of these used by ATS dancers. It depends on what your group is like. ATS usually stays away from classical modern belly dance music, but I wouldn't count it out compleatly.

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    Knossos is great music for tribal style such as Ariellah's type of dance.

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    Default not sure if its "tribal"

    Im not sure if this is actually tribal but Ive been looking around checking out diffrent music, and have found that the music that really speaks to me is from musicians that have a background both in the ME and here in the states. My two current faves are Badawi, and Djinn. I strongly suggest anyone check these out. Also I have recently been turned on to a local band called Audio Budda. Im not tottaly sure what all of there music is like but what I have heard I like.
    If any one is familiar with these bands and has suggestions for otheres I should check out Id love to hear them.

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    How about any of these;

    Hossam Ramzy- West Naima
    Passion of Percussion- Shaking The Time + Maximum
    Ruben Van Rompaey- Guy's Rhythm
    Gypsy Caravan- Algerian Drum Song + Masmoodi + Sputnik
    Helm- Sout With Spice + Maleh U Filfil
    Uncle Mafuto- Quiero mas Moodi
    Solace- Circle+ Nataraja +Cybele
    Djinn- Brooklyn Baladi
    Petrol Bomb Samosa- Zeina
    Beats Antique- Waisted + Circulation
    Venetian Snares- Ongyilkos Vasarnap
    Amon Tobin- Proper Hoodidge + Verbal
    Bassenectar & Kraddy- Snakecharmer
    Orient Excess- Underworld Service
    Phil Thornton- Bay City Shimmy
    Bj Nevenko- Infusion Du Ment
    Maduro- Perihelion + Akkadian
    Dunkelbunt- La Revedere
    Azzddine- Srir
    Knossos- Tarak

    I got a particular liking for Solace, Azzddine, Djinn, Helm,Maduro, Passion of Percussion oh and Phil Thornton's Bay City Shimmy is cool.
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    Default music

    Hello.
    Sorry my english is poor. I would very like the Glass eaters by Maduro. I would very thankful if somebody for send musik me. I coudn't bought in Hungary. My email address: kayra@freemail.hu

    Thanks Krisztina.

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