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Folklore & Beat, Vol. II

Hans Haider Group, Gerhard Trede, Can Candid

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1
Jenny
Hans Haider Group
3:16
2
Exotic Reflections
Hans Haider Group
11:35
3
My Nostalgia
Gerhard Trede
1:17
4
North by East
Gerhard Trede
1:53
5
Far Eastern Tale
Gerhard Trede
2:16
6
On the Hill
Can Candid
1:27
7
Happyness
Can Candid
1:27
8
Foggy Day
Can Candid
1:10
9
Sadness
Can Candid
1:40
10
Happy Song
Can Candid
0:55
11
Exotic Flute I
Gerhard Trede
2:42
12
Exotic Flute II
Gerhard Trede
2:30
13
Cultural Garden
Gerhard Trede
2:03
14
Antique Places
Gerhard Trede
2:05
15
Southern Fun
Gerhard Trede
2:09
16
Mountain Trip
Gerhard Trede
2:56
Total Playing Time    41:21
Folklore & Beat, Vol. II presents 16 tracks that use the sounds of acoustic guitar and harmonica alongside those of archaic or non-Western instruments like harpsichord, gamelan, percussion and panpipes to evoke a folk and world vibe with a 60s and 70s twist.
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This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.

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