"Sons of the Ancient Tribes that rode with Genghis Khan, they sing of a way of life that makes your average rock n roll hellraiser look like a wuss. The sound is feral and all the more mind-boggling for the addition of surf-guitar licks, a conglomeration of ancient bowed string instruments and Fender Strat an otherworldly meeting of folk song and punk thrash that exhilarates, intrigues and makes just about every other music sound like so much product."

01. Intro
02. Ahoi
03. Radik’s Khoomei
04. Chorumal Bodum
05. Takh-Pakh
06. Dorug Daiym
07. Amby Baryp
08. Teve Khaya
09. Karangailyg Kara Khovaa
10. Khozamyk (Owaje-Ditty)
11. Kadarchy

Tracks 1,2,5,9 Recorded live in Abbeville, France at Espace Culture Saint Andre on the 10th of May 2001.
Track 3 recorded live in Viljandi, Estonia on the 27th of July 2001.
Track 4,7,11 recorded live ion Huy, Belgium on the 23rd of August 2001.
Track 6, 10 recorded live in Sete, france at La Passerelle on the 17th of May 2001.
Track 8 recorded live in Budapest at Sziget festival on the 7th of August 2001.


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Named after a popular Hungarian musicologist, Vujicsics is a group of schooled and professional musicial folklorists who concentrate on preserving the traditions of Serbia and Croatia (southern Hungary and Yugoslavia). They are highly regarded for their broad repertoire of collected songs and spirited performances with a variety of singers, including Márta Sebestyén.

01 - Dere
02 - Seljancica
03 - Da Je Visjna, Tanac-Rance, Vranjanka
04 - Malo Kolo
05 - Zbogom Selo
06 - Svatovac Iz Pomaza
07 - Madarac
08 - Selom Ide, Ovo Kolo
09 - Sviraj Zlato!
10 - Sokacko Kolo
11 - Banatsko Kolo, Oj Savice, Mimikino Kolo
12 - Aj..., Sviralka

Mihály Borbély - shepherd's pipe, zurna, tamboura
Miroszláv Brczán - tenortambur, tamboura
Kálmán Eredics - double-bass, drum
Gábor Eredics - accordeon, tamboura, alt tamboura, voice
Károly Győri - first tamboura, violin
Ferenc Szendrődi - first tamboura, tambur samica, alt tamboura

Márta Sebestyén - voice
Katalin Gyenis - voice
Marica Greges - voice
Ferenc Dervár - voice
Erika Frei - voice
Zoltán Juhász - bagpipe


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