Ando Drom (On the Road) Gypsy folklore group was founded in Budapest 1984. This was their first release and is on their own label. They make their own arrangements as well as composing their own material. The songs are sung in Gypsy Language, accompanied by guitar, mandolin and tambura; for percussion they use spoons, jugs, wooden through and oral bass.
The group generally performs with 8 members, but for their concerts they also often invite young talented Gypsy musicians as special guests.
Since the members come from different segments of the Hungarian Gypsy population, the group presents a wide range of styles and variations within Gypsy music and culture.
They present the traditional music and dances of the Gypsy people in an authentic and, at the same time, modern way. In addition to their concert tours abroad, they often perform in Hungary, where Ando Drom is considered to be one of the most renowned Gypsy folklore groups. They were honoured twice with "Nívó-díj", a high Hungarian musical award.'

01 - Mori Gázshi (My Wife)
02 - Bajba, Bajba Pélem (I Got into Trouble)
03 - Zöld az erdő (Green Is the Forest)
04 - Lindráji Szi Ádi Gilyi (Sleepy Is This Song)
05 - Ná Kámel Tná (Does Not Love Me)
06 - Áháj Delvá (Oh My God)
07 - Pundela
08 - Le Shavore (The Kids)
09 - Kanak Szomasz (When I Was a Little Boy)
10 - Szi Ek Sej (She Is the One)
11 - Csasco Jilo (My Gypsy Darling)
12 - Khaj Phirel O del (Where Can God Be)

János "Guszti" Lakatos - jug, oral bass
Mónika Juhász "Mitsoura"- vocal, oral bass
Mónika Horváth- voice
Antal "Anti" Kovács jr - voice, guitar, oral bass
Jenõ Zsigó - voice, guitar, mandolin, tambura, oral bass
Antal "Goima" Kovács - vocal, wooden spoon, oral bass
István Balogh - wooden trough, oral bass

Kálmán Balogh - cimbalom
József Parádi - contrabass, bass guitar
Kornél Horváth - percussion
Lajos Kathy Horváth - violin



Bugotak plays Siberian music in a traditional folk basis, but their musical references are so diverse to be classified by genre (let's call it Siberian Contemporary music). They even dare to cover rock classics, in their traditional Siberian instruments. The main idea of Bugotak's art is that only those traditions come alive, which develop itselves; stark traditions are subject to nobody. Therefore, the project declares itself to play in any style, keeping native Siberian spirit. Lovers of 'pure folk' should stay away, to avoid stagnation of native folk’s culture.

Bugotak is an ethnic project found in 2004 in Novosibirsk, Russia, by Sayan Andriyanov, a multi-instrument player and throat singing performer.

01. Kujma An Ude-- traditional song
02. Tompo Evenki - traditional sond about Tampo river
03. Charash Toola a "goodwish" - song in Southern Altai (Kazakh) tradition
04. Ajan eke-eke, muhene! - Negidaltsy free-manner song about performer's life.
05. Altyn Achyk - Siberian Gipsy manner
06. Gongoini Orochi - shamanists performance
07. Oito Lo Kys Oiroth's - (Northern Altai) tradition
08. Bahatsadzadzaryn - Close to Koryaki ekengynmyn
09. Nergedej Eveny - elk ritual
10. Limbi, kargyraa,- top-shur Variations to 'The Horse King', Eastern Tuva
11. Tompo beat
12. Min Chuguruk Final joke: Deep Purple in tuvan style


Irén Lovász is not only one of the most respected Hungarian folk singers in the world. She is also an academic scholar in Human Sciences, she is a doctor (PhD) of Ethnography. She combines very well her scientific knowledge and her musical talent in her solo concerts, lectures and performances. Irén grew up in the middle of Hungary. In her family folk songs were sung on a daily basis and she learned her first folk songs from her parents and grandparents. As a university student of Linguistics and Literary Sciences she went on singing and began to collect and study ancient Hungarian folk songs in different regions of Hungary and the Carpathian Basin: Romania, Slovakia, Croatia among ethnic Hungarians.
From 1987 - 1995 she worked as an ethnomusicologist at the Hungarian Museum of Ethnography, Department of Ethnomusicology dealing with the famous collection of Béla Bartók, Zoltán Kodály and László Lajtha.

In 2003 she has got The SINGER OF THE YEAR eMeRton AWARD in Hungary.

In 2005 she set up a new band, and with them she made a new cd: Cloud Doors. The new music is based on archaic Hungarian folk songs, sacred songs and medieval Gregorian chants. The style is: ethno-jazz, worldmusic, crossover.

01 Motto
02 Polorum Regina
03 Angyali üdvözlet / Angelic Salutation
04 Én fölkelék / I arose (első versszak nélkül)
05 Ó, Szent István / Oh, Saint Stephen
06 Ave Maris Stella
07 Alle-alleluja / Alle-alleluyah
08 Mária, Mária / Mary, Mary
09 Menybe vitt leány / The Girl Taken up to Heaven
10 Fellegajtó / Cloud-doors
11 Altató / Lullaby (Én fölkelék, első versszakkal)

LOVÁSZ Irén (ének / voice)
LUKÁCS Miklós (cimbalom)
SZOKOLAY DONGÓ Balázs (duda, furulya, szaxofon / bagpipe, recorder, saxophone)
MIZSEI Zoltán (szintetizátor, ének / synthesizer, voice)
FARKAS Zoltán (gitár, basszusgitár / guitar, bass guitar)
GYULAI Csaba Gyulai (ütőhangszerek / percussion)


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