"The 17 HIPPIES are back! They are no hippies, they are rarely 17 (between 13 and 20 musicians depending on the gig), their musical background ranges from rock-pop to classical and jazz, they sing and play accordion, trombone, trumpet, violin, cello, clarinet, mandolin, ukulele, banjo, guitar and double bass. Their style is a quintessence of many genres: Bavarian zwiefacher, Russian songs, Polish waltzes, Swiss zweutletscht, Jewish freylaks, Anglo American popsongs, Corsican dances, Scottish flings, Bulgarian oros, French chansons, Hungarian melodies, Latin-American tunes, North American ragtimes and many more. "

01.Frau Von Ungefahr
03.Paso Doble
06.Was Bleibt
08.Damsons la Valse
10.Saint Behind the Glass
11.Valser Nel Bosco
12.Hotel Cazane
Hoyaka Suite:
13.Hoyaka (Intro)
15.Soy em Gadde

17 Hippies:
Christopher Blenkinsop (chant, guitar, bouzouki, ukulele)
Dirik Trageser (chant, guitar)
Carsten Wegener (chant, slide guitar, bouzouki, oud, harmonica, contrabassoon)
Anna Katharina Kaufmann (alto, violin)
El Schneider (guitar, balalaika)
Lulu (guitar, banjo, background vocals)
Moe Jaksch (guitar, double bass)
Werner Lutzow (tenor banjo, trombone)
Bernhard Kruppke (violin, fiddle)
Daniel Friedrich, Kerstin Kaernbach, Silke Volland (violin)
Meduli (fiddle)
Koma (flute, cornemuse, percussion)
Kiki Sauer (flute, accordion)
Antje Henkel (flute, clarinet, alto saxophone)
Kruisko (accordion, background vocals)
Henry Notroff (clarinet, bass clarinet)
Rike Lau (clarinet, background vocals)
Johannes Kevenhorster (clarinet)
Jens Domberg (trumpet, bugle, background vocals)
Uwe Langer (trumpet, trombone, euphonium, tuba)
Elmar Gutmann (trumpet, background vocals)


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"Makám was formed in 1984 with the purpose of establishing a peculiar form of community playing music, a special synthesis of harmonies, trying to show the common characteristics belonging together in music cultures of different peoples and contrasting musical forms.

MAKÁM Group is the most characteristic Hungarian representative of the New Tradition.
The MAKÁM Group plays traditional inspirational chamber music strongly tied to the oriental music cultures. The music world their joint compositions is based on the scales of Eastern (ragas), Bulgarian-Turkish scale variations (makams) or the typical mood of the half-tone scales frequently used Bartók. Songs sounding like Hungarian folk ballads and arrangements by musicians with contemporary and jazz skills – this is what Makám offers in its last albums, including the newest one. The growing audience of their concerts proves that this mix works. The beautiful voice of Szilvia Bognár brings life and tenderness to the very precise compositions of Zoltán Krulik."

01. Párom, párom
02. Szél
03. Sárga a repce virága
04. Felhős
05. Holló-fekete álom
06. Viharos
07. Vándorének
08. Fakerék, faló, fakocsi
09. Altató
10. Hideg a tél
11. Lassú ének
12. Holdfényt vetettem
13. Ősz
14. Nyitva és zárva
15. Kút vize
16. Síp utca, Dob utca

Zoltán Krulik - Spanish guitar, 12 string guitar, voice
Szilvia Bognár - voice, fuvola
Eszter Krulik - violin, voice
Balázs Thurnay - kaval, furulya, clarinet, drum, voice
Bálint Pödör - ud, derbuka, marimba, percussion
Zoltán Kovács - double bass, voice

Sándor Zsemlye - saxophone, clarinet

Composed by Zoltán Krulik.

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