26 October, 2010

Yungchen Lhamo - Coming Home (1998) (eac-log-cover)

Yungchen Lhamo - Coming Home (1998)
world | 1cd | eac-flac-cue-log-cover | 350MB
Real World Records
AMG:
Yungchen Lhamo is one of the most courageous people in the world. As a child, she was enslaved in her native Tibet by the conquerors of that country. She clung to her religious beliefs, Tibetan Buddhism, and eventually escaped to India. From that refuge she launched her performing career. She sings traditional Tibetan folk songs that she learned from her family and original compositions -- mostly a cappella. On Coming Home she has some musical accompaniment, mostly soft and acoustic. Her sweet and gentle soprano is still the main attraction. Lhamo has every reason to be angry and bitter, but she shows her courage in her kindness, her smile, her unwavering faith, and her spirituality. This superb CD will appeal to fans of Vas, Sheila Chandra, and Loreena McKennitt.

Tracks:
-01. Happiness Is...
-02. Sky
-03. Heart
-04. Per Rig Chog Sun
-05. Khyab Sangye
-06. Ngak Pai Metog
-07. Dream
-08. Defiance
-09. Coming Home

Personnel:

Yungchen Lhamo (vocals); Henry Frayne (guitar, background vocals); David Rhodes (guitar); Kent Condon (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Timo Trovinen (kantele); Richard Bourreau (violin); Caroline LaVelle (cello); Chris Liliedahl, Hossam Ramzy (percussion); Hector Zazou (loops, sound effects); Sister Soleil, Ben Findlay (background vocals).

3 comments:

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PERSEvalK said...

cool ,i've some Vas albums, so this will be something for me....thanks for the posibility to discover a new album again ;)

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